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34 New Debian i386 Packages

These i386 packages were installed into the Debian hierarchy:

cxhextris 1.0-1 -> 1.0-2 into unstable/binary-i386/games
   cxhextris (1.0-2) unstable; urgency=low
     * Updated to new source format.
     * Now registers itself with install-fvwm2menu.

dosemu 0.60.3-1 -> into contrib/binary-i386
   dosemu ( unstable; urgency=high
     * Initial Release

dosemu -> into contrib/binary-i386
   dosemu ( unstable; urgency=high
     * Reworked installation scripts etc so that the presence of FreeDOS is
       detected. After installation dos can now be started without first
       having to copy msdos.
     * Lots of other fixes
     * insmod -f used to load emumodule etc so that dosemu is version independent.

dosemu -> into contrib/binary-i386
   dosemu ( unstable; urgency=high
     * Support for Virtual Network included (not working right now due to a bug
       in dosemu which I hope to have fixed soon. Had to include it since this
       version also fixed a big problem).
     * Fixed broken rmmod function. dosemu stop did not work.

ghostview 1.5-10 into buzz-updates/binary-i386
   ghostview  - The GNU PostScript viewer (X11 frontend to Ghostscript)

ghostview 1.5-10 -> 1.5-11 into unstable/binary-i386/text
   ghostview (1.5-11) unstable; urgency=low
     * added window title functionality (Bug 4088)
     * fixed error handling of postinst (Bug 4220)

info2www -> into unstable/binary-all/net
   info2www ( unstable; urgency=low
     * Moved linking stuff from postinst to /usr/sbin/info2wwwconfig,
       which is based on the similar script from dwww, and also
       handles the new Apache setup.
     * Added prerm script to remove the links.

koules 1.2-2 into contrib/binary-i386
   koules     - Space action game for X11.

lesstif 0.50-3 into unstable/binary-i386/devel
lesstif-dev 0.50-3 into unstable/binary-i386/devel
lesstif-bin 0.50-3 into unstable/binary-i386/devel
   lesstif    - OSF/Motif implementation released under LGPL
   lesstif-bin - User binaries for lesstif
   lesstif-dev - Header files for lesstif

libobjects 0.1.19-4 -> 0.1.19-5 into unstable/binary-i386/devel
libobjects-dev 0.1.19-4 -> 0.1.19-5 into unstable/binary-i386/devel
   libobjects (0.1.19-5) unstable; urgency=low
     * debian/rules: fixed binary targets, minor clean-ups.
     * debian/control: libobjects-dev depends on libc5-dev.

libtclobjc 1.1b3-3 -> 1.1b3-4 into unstable/binary-i386/devel
libtclobjc-dev 1.1b3-3 -> 1.1b3-4 into unstable/binary-i386/devel
   libtclobjc (1.1b3-4) unstable; urgency=low
     * debian/rules: minor clean-up.

man2html 1.5-3 -> 1.5-4 into unstable/binary-i386/doc
   man2html (1.5-4) unstable; urgency=low
     * Added postrm script to be able to cleanly purge the packet
     * Moved cgi stuff to /usr/lib/httpd/cgi-bin
     * Added instructions how to cope with recent versions of apache

mgetty 0.99-6 -> 0.99-7 into unstable/binary-i386/comm
   mgetty (0.99-7) unstable;urgency=low
     * updated Documentation
     * Made new_fax executable
     * Removed the /etc/init.d/fax stuff again since running a perl
       binary all the time is not very resource friendly. Plus the
       stopping of that daemon did not work.
     * Automatically add an entry to crontab to run faxrunq every half hour.

mgetty 0.99-7 -> 0.99-8 into unstable/binary-i386/comm
   mgetty (0.99-8) unstable;urgency=low
     * /etc/mgetty/login.config: Disabled /FIDO/ line. Provided a sane pppd
       invocation line.
     * script in /etc/mgetty/new_fax moved to /usr/lib/mgetty+sendfax since
       dpkg does not seem to allow executable scripts in /etc.
       /etc/mgetty/new_fax made a symlink to /usr/lib/mgetty+sendfax/new_fax.
       Change the symlink to a modified script if you need to.
     * Documentation in README.debian updated.

netcdf 2.4.3-2 -> 2.4.3-3 into unstable/binary-i386/math
netcdf-dev 2.4.3-2 -> 2.4.3-3 into unstable/binary-i386/math
netcdf-doc 2.4.3-2 -> 2.4.3-3 into unstable/binary-all/math
   netcdf (2.4.3-3) unstable; urgency=low
     * Fixed problems with debian/shlibs.local.
     * debian/control: netcdf-dev depends on libc5-dev, netcdf-doc on netcdf.

netcdf 2.4.3-2 -> 2.4.3-3 into unstable/binary-i386/math
netcdf-dev 2.4.3-2 -> 2.4.3-3 into unstable/binary-i386/math
netcdf-doc 2.4.3-2 -> 2.4.3-3 into unstable/binary-all/math
   netcdf (2.4.3-3) unstable; urgency=low
     * Fixed problems with debian/shlibs.local.
     * debian/control: netcdf-dev depends on libc5-dev, netcdf-doc on netcdf.

netdiag 0.2-8 -> 0.2-9 into unstable/binary-i386/net
   netdiag (0.2-9) unstable; urgency=medium
     * diagperm made relative links to ../sbin instead of ../../sbin

netdiag 0.2-9 -> 0.3-1 into unstable/binary-i386/net
   netdiag (0.3-1) unstable; urgency=low
     * upgrade netwatch to 0.5
     * include tcpblast (no manpage so far)

nis 1.20-1 -> 2.00-1 into unstable/binary-i386/net
   nis (2.00-1) unstable; urgency=low
     * Upgraded to latest versions of all software
     * New source packaging
     * Added missing manpages (stubs)
     * Fixed yppasswd &c to work with shadow-like NIS server setup.

pente 2.1.11-1 -> 2.1.11-2 into unstable/binary-i386/games
   pente (2.1.11-2) unstable; urgency=low
     * Uses install-fvwm2menu to register with fvwm2.

ppp 2.2.0f-6 -> 2.2.0f-7 into unstable/binary-i386/net
   ppp (2.2.0f-7) unstable; urgency=low
     * fixed a couple of bugs in postinst script.
     * pppd not stripped
     * etc/rc.d links for /etc/init.d/ppp not installed anymore
     * /etc/init.d revised

ppp 2.2.0f-7 -> 2.2.0f-8 into unstable/binary-i386/net
   ppp (2.2.0f-8) unstable; urgency=low
     * links for /etc/init.d/ppp installed again
     * pppd will come up on startup if /etc/ppp/ppp_on_boot exists

ppp 2.2.0f-8 -> 2.2.0f-9 into unstable/binary-i386/net
   ppp (2.2.0f-9) unstable; urgency=medium
     * Convenience scripts ( pon, poff, plog ) to control/monitor link
     * Links were not activated in the last change
     * Syslog output redirected to a separate file in /var/log/ppp.log
     * Updated Documentation in README.debian
     * Corrected changelog
     * Finally got through to using ppp/mgetty on my home system and
       found some inconveniences in the config files.
     * moved /etc/ppp/chatscript to /etc/ppp.chatscript since /etc/ppp is not
       to be accessed from userspace.
     * New configuration file /etc/ppp.options_out for outbound options to
       be able to handle mixed (inbound/outbound) usage.
       I am not yet satisfied with the mixed setups such as I have at home.

procps 1.01a-1 -> 1.09-0 into unstable/binary-i386/base
   procps (1.09-0) experimental; urgency=low
     * This is an experimental release of the procps suite. A lot of features have
       been added since the 1.01(a) release:
        - support for both BSD and POSIX (SVR4) style command line options.
        - completely configurable display of information.
        - colour markup of processes exceeding limits or belonging to a user.
       Please take a look at /usr/doc/procps/NEWS and the manpages for a concise
       list. This is how the next upstream release of procps may look
       (i.e. it will  look like this if there is not too much resistance).

radiusd-livingston 1.16-2 into unstable/binary-i386/net
   radiusd-livingston - Remote Authentication Dial-In User Service (RADIUS) server

seesat5 0.90-3 -> 0.90.4-0 into unstable/binary-i386/misc
   seesat5 (0.90.4-0) unstable; urgency=low
     * converted to new source format Standards-Version =

suck 3.2.1-1 -> 3.2.1-2 into unstable/binary-i386/news
   suck (3.2.1-2) unstable; Urgency=Routine
     * fixed /etc/cron.weekly/suck script
     * fixed history file path (bug#4670)

super 3.9.7-2 -> 3.9.7-3 into unstable/binary-i386/admin
   * Added support for shadow passwords
   * New directory layout

svgatextmode 1.4-4 -> 1.4-5 into unstable/binary-i386/misc
   svgatextmode (1.4-5) unstable; urgency=low
     * Remove prerm script. Caused too much trouble.
     * removed /etc/init.d/svgatextmode script. Instead installed svgatextmode

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