Matthew Seaman wrote:
| You question boils down to: why does the ports system still think
| Google Earth v. 4.0.2735 is still vulnerable when portaudit and VuXML
| say that only versions earlier than 4.0.2414 are vulnerable?
| Ports certainly shouldn't do that given this:
| happy-idiot-talk:~:% pkg_version -t 4.0.2414 4.0.2735
| Looks like a bug to me.
OK, but see below.
| This message comes from portaudit(1). There's a steaming great clue to
| that effect in the URL you quote. A good thing to try is downloading a
| new portaudit database:
| portaudit -F
| Then retry the update. Perhaps there was an error in the version
| numbering in the version of the portaudit database you had originally,
| which has since been fixed. This would have fixed it for me, if I had
| Google Earth installed:
And it fixed the problem for me. google-earth runs fine.
I even ran portaudit (with no options), but since google-earth was
deinstalled at that time, it obviously didn't report anything.
Thanks so much for pointing this out to me. It's all too obvious now.
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