Am 11.03.2011 13:24, schrieb Philipp Kern: > Hi, > > are all those patches already applied in unstable? I do assume this now > and the ACKs are dependent on that. Yep, all patches are in unstable resp. wheezy. > >> 4/ >> http://git.debian.org/?p=pkg-utopia/network-manager.git;a=commitdiff;h=1760e95bcd76dafd48afe3043d64ea72f96d7a24 >> Newer versions of dnsmasq validate the option parameters more strictly. >> Instead of passing a bogus file name simply use --conf-file without >> additional parameters. >> Without this patch, Ad-Hoc mode for wireless connections is broken. >> Patch is cherry-picked from upstream Git. >> >> Fixes: #615082, severity important >> >> Please note: The version of dnsmasq in squeeze is not affected by this >> behaviour, so this would be more of a good-to-have in case of people using >> backports of dnsmasq. > > And you tested it with squeeze's dnsmasq? Yes, the patch works with older versions of dnsmasq, including the one from squeeze. According to dnsmasq upstream, the conf-file-without-arguments functionality was already available in 2.39, which is four years old. So, pretty safe from that pov. Cheers, Michael -- Why is it that all of the instruments seeking intelligent life in the universe are pointed away from Earth?
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