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Re: Uploaded sendmail 8.8.7-3 (source i386) to master

In article <199710022344.TAA24915@unix5.netaxs.com>,
Chris Fearnley <cjf@netaxs.com> wrote:
>'johnie@netgod.net wrote:'
>>Source: sendmail
>>Binary: sendmail
>>   * Corrected typo in debian/rules which prevented tcpwrapper support from
>Has anyone else played with the tcpwrapper support?  I have and I
>decided I didn't like it: the access control it provides is too
>granular and the price is more DNS and identd network traffic.  I
>don't think it is worth it.  Should this be disabled?

I have a small patch that makes the tcpwrapper support runtime configurable.
It's for 8.8.5 but should patch into later versions.

Just in case anyone is interested (but I don't think Eric Allman is on
this list..) it's at ftp://ftp.cistron.nl/pub/people/miquels/nospam/

| Miquel van Smoorenburg |                                                    |
| miquels@cistron.nl     | Owners of digital watches, your days are numbered. |
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