“links2” 2.6-1 source package in Ubuntu
links2 (2.6-1) unstable; urgency=medium * New upstream release + Fixes several possibly remotely exploitable security issues (Closes: #668227; set urgency=medium due to security bug fixes) + Refresh the following patches: - links2-instead-of-links.diff - x-terminal-emulator-instead-of-xterm.diff - fix-typos-in-manpage.diff - improve-message-of-dash-g-602227.diff - verify-ssl-certs-510417.diff + Imported new ipv6.diff from patch upstream. + Removed BUGS and TODO from debian/docs, they no more exists in upstream tarball. Added AUTHORS instead. * Enable hardened build flags (Closes: #654807) Thanks Moritz Muehlenhoff! * Enable bzip2 and lzma support by adding according build dependencies * Replaced build-dependendy on libgpmg1-dev by libgpm-dev * Replaced incomplete linux-only architecture list in build-dependency with "linux-any" * Broadened architecture constraints for the libsvga1-dev build-dependency since svgalib has been ported to non-x86 architectures as well as to kfreebsd. * Updated lintian overrides for spelling error false positives in translations. * Bumped Standards-Version to 3.9.3 (no changes) -- Axel Beckert <email address hidden> Sat, 21 Apr 2012 09:47:46 +0200
- diff from 2.4-1 (in Ubuntu) to 2.6-1 (396.9 KiB)
Binary packages built by this source
- links: Web browser running in text mode
Links is a text mode WWW browser, similar to Lynx. It displays tables,
frames, downloads on background, uses HTTP/1.1 keepalive connections.
This version is compiled without graphics mode. See the package
links2 for a version with graphics support compiled in.
- links2: Web browser running in both graphics and text mode
Links is a graphics and text mode WWW browser, similar to Lynx. It displays
tables, frames, downloads on background, uses HTTP/1.1 keepalive connections.
In graphics mode it displays PNG, JPEG, GIF, TIFF, and XBM pictures, runs
external bindings on other types, and features anti-aliased font, smooth
image zooming, 48-bit dithering, and gamma and aspect ratio correction.