Re: Testers needed for ghostscript update
Jason Fergus <firstname.lastname@example.org> schrieb:
> On Wed, 2018-09-05 at 08:20 -0400, Celejar wrote:
>> On Wed, 5 Sep 2018 11:44:23 +0200
>> Moritz Mühlenhoff <email@example.com> wrote:
>> > Moritz Mühlenhoff <firstname.lastname@example.org> schrieb:
>> > > There's a number of vulnerabilities found in Ghostscript by Tavis
>> > > Ormandy. His research is still ongoing with new issues being
>> > > found,
>> > > but I've created an interim update which addresses most of the
>> > > recent
>> > > issues he found. It works fine in my tests, but my use case is
>> > > fairly limited (printing via a local inkjet printer), so I need
>> > > some
>> > > additional external testing before this can be released. Packages
>> > > are at https://people.debian.org/~jmm/gs/, please reply directly
>> > > to me both for positive and negative test feedback.
>> > This received zero test feedback so far. If noone is using
>> > Ghostscript
>> > besides me, I probably don't need to release this via
>> > security.debian.org
>> > to begin with...
>> Okay, I just tried it. I installed:
>> onto a Sid system (dpkg warned that it was downgrading all three from
>> 9.22~dfsg-3), and printed a test page from the CUPS admin web
>> interface. The page looks good, although the printer printed three
>> copies - not sure if that's something I asked for by mistake, some
>> misconfiguration on my part (although I've printed many test pages
>> before without this problem), or an actual problem with gs.
>> This is a Brother HL2280DW, printing via local network, using
>> proprietary drivers.
> Do we have a page with a link of all the tests? I'd be more than glad
> to give feedback. I'm actually running stable, so don't have to
> downgrade anything.
Print something from one or two applications and send me a quick
mail whether it worked and how your print setup looks like (e.g.
actual print server and locally connected, are you using cups or