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Re: mtools



On Tue, Sep 28, 1999 at 01:31:23PM +0200, David Weinehall wrote:
> How comes mtools depend on xlib6g? I don't use X, and thus I consider it
> very stupid to have both xlib6g & xfree86-common installed, but I have to
> if I want mtools installed...
> 
> Rationale?

If something supports X it should be compiled with X.  This means exactly
two packages (xlib6g and xfree86-common) are also required, but they're
reasonably smallish and anything which supports X is going to require
them anyway, not just mtools.

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Joseph Carter <knghtbrd@debian.org>             Debian GNU/Linux developer
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<netgod> my client has been owned severely
<netgod> this guy got root, ran packet sniffers, installed .rhosts and
	 backdoors, put a whole new dir in called /lib/"   ", which has a
	 full suite of smurfing and killing tools
<netgod> the only mistake was not deleting the logfiles
<netgod> question is how was root hacked, and that i couldnt tell u
<netgod> it is, of course, not a debian box
* netgod notes the debian box is the only one left untouched by the hacker
         -- wonder why

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