kinit 5.18.0-0ubuntu1.1 source package in Ubuntu

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kinit (5.18.0-0ubuntu1.1) xenial-security; urgency=medium

  * SECURITY UPDATE: World readable X11 Cookie permissions problem
    (LP: #1595507)
    - add upstream_permissions-of-tmp-xauth-xxx-_y.diff
    - add upstream_Fix-race-in-which-the-file-containing-the-X11-cookie.diff
    - CVE-2016-3100
  * Update the Vcs URLs now that the repositories are hosted on
    Launchpad

 -- Philip Muškovac <email address hidden>  Fri, 24 Jun 2016 15:56:13 -0700

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Uploaded by:
Philip Muškovac on 2016-06-24
Sponsored by:
Steve Beattie
Uploaded to:
Xenial
Original maintainer:
Debian Qt/KDE Maintainers
Architectures:
any
Section:
libs
Urgency:
Medium Urgency

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Binary packages built by this source

kinit: process launcher to speed up launching KDE applications

 kdeinit is a process launcher somewhat similar to the
 famous init used for booting UNIX.
 .
 It launches processes by forking and then loading a
 dynamic library which should contain a 'kdemain(...)'
 function.
 .
 Using kdeinit to launch KDE applications makes starting
 a typical KDE applications 2.5 times faster (100ms
 instead of 250ms on a P-III 500) It reduces memory
 consumption by approx. 350Kb per application.

kinit-dbg: process launcher to speed up launching KDE applications

 kdeinit is a process launcher somewhat similar to the
 famous init used for booting UNIX.
 .
 It launches processes by forking and then loading a
 dynamic library which should contain a 'kdemain(...)'
 function.
 .
 Using kdeinit to launch KDE applications makes starting
 a typical KDE applications 2.5 times faster (100ms
 instead of 250ms on a P-III 500) It reduces memory
 consumption by approx. 350Kb per application.
 .
 Contains debug symbols for kinit.

kinit-dbgsym: debug symbols for package kinit

 kdeinit is a process launcher somewhat similar to the
 famous init used for booting UNIX.
 .
 It launches processes by forking and then loading a
 dynamic library which should contain a 'kdemain(...)'
 function.
 .
 Using kdeinit to launch KDE applications makes starting
 a typical KDE applications 2.5 times faster (100ms
 instead of 250ms on a P-III 500) It reduces memory
 consumption by approx. 350Kb per application.

kinit-dev: process launcher to speed up launching KDE applications

 kdeinit is a process launcher somewhat similar to the
 famous init used for booting UNIX.
 .
 It launches processes by forking and then loading a
 dynamic library which should contain a 'kdemain(...)'
 function.
 .
 Using kdeinit to launch KDE applications makes starting
 a typical KDE applications 2.5 times faster (100ms
 instead of 250ms on a P-III 500) It reduces memory
 consumption by approx. 350Kb per application.
 .
 Contains development files for kinit.

kinit-dev-dbgsym: debug symbols for package kinit-dev

 kdeinit is a process launcher somewhat similar to the
 famous init used for booting UNIX.
 .
 It launches processes by forking and then loading a
 dynamic library which should contain a 'kdemain(...)'
 function.
 .
 Using kdeinit to launch KDE applications makes starting
 a typical KDE applications 2.5 times faster (100ms
 instead of 250ms on a P-III 500) It reduces memory
 consumption by approx. 350Kb per application.
 .
 Contains development files for kinit.