On Sun, 2 Jul 2000, current-digest wrote:

> Perl5's version number has had to change; it is no longer 5.006, now
> it is 5.6.0 in accordance with Perl standards. I tried hard to keep
> with established tradition, but this did not work.
> Side effect; suidperl is no longer unreliable.
btw, is there a reason to have /usr/bin/keyinfo as suidperl executable?
bin/15371, for example...

Juriy Goloveshkin

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