[pkg-lighttpd] Bug#564556: Bug#564556: lighttpd still unusable by default

Olaf van der Spek olafvdspek at gmail.com
Thu Aug 19 11:09:06 UTC 2010

On Thu, Aug 19, 2010 at 11:59 AM, Thijs Kinkhorst <thijs at debian.org> wrote:
>> SVN contains a fixed version, 1.4.27. It can be uploaded, but it seems
>> Eloy isn't around to do that.
> The upload itself can probably be arranged one way or the other. Of more
> immediate concern would be if the release team would accept such an upload
> into squeeze - if not it's probably better to also not put it into sid.
> Olaf, probably you want to send a mail to d-release with a debdiff,
> motivation and the question whether it can be accepted?

Hi release team,

The Lighttpd version in testing depends on ipv6only = true. Since this
was changed to ipv6only = false, the daemon fails to start.
1.4.27 fixes this, along with a big number of other things.
Could this be uploaded to unstable and would it be accepted into Squeeze?


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