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1.95.  isdn4k-utils

1.95.1.  RHBA-2009:1112: bug fix update


This update has already been released (prior to the GA of this release) as FASTRACK errata RHBA-2009:1112
Updated isdn4k-utils packages that resolve several issues are now available.
The isdn4k-utils packages contain a collection of utilities needed for configuring an ISDN subsystem.
These updated isdn4k-utils packages provide fixes for the following bugs:
  • the init scripts for the "capi" and "isdn" programs sometimes exited with incorrect or invalid exit statuses. These init scripts have been updated for compliance with Linux Standard Base (LSB) guidelines. The "capi" and "isdn" programs now exit with exit status 5 (program is not installed) or 6 (program is not configured), as appropriate. The improved init scripts also check for correct privileges and exit with exit status 4 (user has insufficient privileges) when appropriate. (BZ#237831)
  • the isdn4k-utils packages contained spurious CVS files; they have been removed in these updated packages. (BZ#481569)
  • the divaload, divalog, divalogd and ipppd executable binaries, which were located in the /sbin directory, depend on libraries located in the /usr/lib directory. In certain situations such as when located on a separate partition, the /usr directory may not be mounted and available when the executables are called. For this reason, divaload, divalog, divalogd and ipppd have all been moved to the /usr/sbin directory, which solves this potential problem. (BZ#503910)
All users of isdn4k-utils are advised to upgrade to these updated packages, which resolve these issues.

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