RE: Retracted advisories

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I also would like further explanation.  Taking the announcement at face
value, it seems as though Linux/390-specific fixes are either not worthy of
being fixed, or perhaps are just not available for free.  What's going on

Mark Post

-----Original Message-----
From: daniel.jarboe@xxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:daniel.jarboe@xxxxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Friday, June 06, 2003 7:04 AM
To: redhat-s390-list@xxxxxxxxxx
Subject:  Retracted advisories


We have retracted two bug fix advisories that affected only the S/390
architecture of Red Hat Linux 7.2.  The advisory RHBA-2003:144 provided
bug fix kernel update, and RHBA-2003:143 provided a bug fix modutils
update.  Both advisories and the associated errata packages have been


So the new packages did not fix the bugs?  The bugs never existed?  The
new packages introduced more problems than they fixed?  People should

~ Daniel


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