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|A race condition was preventing dbus from starting correctly when user authentication was network based . This could prevent other desktop functions from working properly, such as device automounting. This update provides updated dbus and initscript packages that fix this issue. Both packages must be upgraded at the same time.
This update corrects a problem where an incorrect path was being used to execute xdm scripts.
The KDE panel has a clock applet which includes de hability to change its appearance and behavior. Because of a configuration problem, this applet was not properly saving these changes were not properly saved, being lost at every user login. This update fixes the problem.
The openchrome driver version shipped with Mandriva 2008.0 is not fully functional with most chrome based video cards available in the market. This update, requested by upstream developers, should correct the problems, and provide a more mature driver.
Previous Rhythmbox packages would crash with a formatted, but not yet initialized, iPod. This update prevents the crash.
The oggenc program incorrectly wrote special characters in tags; they were incorrectly replaced with sharp characters. This update makes oggenc properly handle special characters in tags.
This update provides an X.org ATI video driver that fixes VGA output on RS300/350/400/480 integrated Radeon chipsets.
Due to bad encoding, accented letters appeared on the KDE menu and kicker as strange symbols rather than the actual letters. This update fixes the issue and properly displays those letters.
The previous openafs update was released to correct gcc compiler optimisations, however it only corrected the problem on 32bit platforms. This update fixes it for both 32bit and 64bit architectures. Update: The previous update did not completely correct the problem in all cases. It prevented listing directory contents when attaching to an AFS server, making files inaccessible.
This drakxtools update contains file leaks and automatic disk discovery fixes. The network driver detection used to leak file descriptors, meaning that network applications like the wireless tool or the network center stopped working after extended use. The automatic disk discovery tool did not correctly mark new media as removable, and thus they were checked at every boot, which stopped the boot ...
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