On Monday May 3rd 2010 at 14:30:24 Mark Purcell wrote: > … > Could I ask you to upgrade to the kaffeine in unstable (1.0~pre3) and confirm > your report is still current. Sorry: (a) My personal view: When software shows such strong signs for a buffer overflow and thus with very high likelihood allows execution of arbitrary code, I uninstall it immediately from every production system I am responsible for. Any usage outside of sandbox jails is unthinkable. Currently I cannot spare time or resources for setting up a virtual machine just to debug kaffeine. (b) I tried KDE_4.2.1, found many bugs and apart from okular nothing useful for my needs. I will stick to KDE_3.5.x at least as long as it is maintained.
In short: (A) I won't provide more info. Sorry. (B) The issue seems to be confirmed by a very similar bugreport: > … > 1.a. If possible could you review the upstream reports against kaffeine and > see if your report has already been reported upstream. http://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=197258 -- Roland Eggner
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