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  •  22 Oct 2011 15:30
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    Release Notes: A serious bug in receive_pim_register() was found and fixed. In essence, the RP check was broken when using the rp_address configuration option. (Everything worked fine with auto-RP mode.) Several minor FTBFS issues related to GCC 4.6 were also fixed. The rp_address configuration option has been extended with a priority field.

    •  09 Jan 2011 19:23
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      Release Notes: The previous move of runtime dump files to /var/lib/misc has been refactored to use /var/run/pimd instead. This is to accommodate *BSD systems that do not have the /var/lib tree, and is also recommended in the Filesystem Hierarchy Standard.

      •  08 Jan 2011 22:43
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        Release Notes: This is a security fix release for CVE-2011-0007: "Insecure file creation in /var/tmp". It also contains a fix for a build error on GNU/kFreeBSD. The Debian package now also conflicts with smcroute to address the issue of installing and running multiple multicast routing daemons, which is not possible due to kernel limitations.

        •  21 Nov 2010 09:34
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          Release Notes: A problem in which pimd would exit with "setsockopt MRT_DEL_VIF on vif 3: Invalid argument" when an interface goes down was fixed. This was caused by an invalid argument to MRT_DEL_VIF on Linux kernels. *BSD systems are not affected.

          •  25 Sep 2010 11:36
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            Release Notes: A serious bcopy()/memcpy() replacement bug in 2.1.3 was fixes. More updates were made for Debian GNU/kFreeBSD.

            •  08 Sep 2010 21:32
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              Release Notes: This released included fixes for static-rp from KAME's pim6sd and corrected build problems on Debian GNU/Linux for S/390 PowerPC, and possibly also SPARC.

              •  04 Sep 2010 15:05
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                Release Notes: This is a bugfix release with some minor feature additions, tested on Linux and *BSD. The license for the mrouted code from the OpenBSD team was changed so pimd is now fully free under a 3-clause BSD license.

                •  22 May 2010 19:10
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                  Release Notes: This is the first major release of pimd in a great while. The project is no longer retired and has a new maintainer.

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