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From Brian Behlendorf <>
Subject Re: 1.1b3 now?
Date Tue, 14 May 1996 07:50:03 GMT
On Mon, 13 May 1996, Rob Hartill wrote:
> Any objections to a 1.1b3 now ?
> enough bugs have been squished to justify it.

Two things before we go out:

1) mod_imap relative URL bug, as outlined in a previous message.

2) Aram's claiming the fix to mod_cookies.c which stops the trashing of 
the hostname does not stop occurances on Linux.  Aram, could you 
triple-check this and get back?  It has stopped all occurances I've seen.

Also, there is a bug related to <Virtualhost>, the Host: 
header, and user authentication, but I don't have details yet (just that 
when I put 1.1b2 up on our internal servers last week before the 
conference it caused problems when I tried to have one server answering 
authenticated VH requests on multiple ports, and it worked for 
host "foo" but not host "" - oy).  But I won't hold up 
1.1b3 on account of that.


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