2.0.5 is out with some important fixes, ETA for an updated PPA?

Asked by Ryan Gardner on 2009-12-01

According to the release notes, 2.0.5 is considered stable and contains the following fixes:

Changes in 2.0.5

NEW: afpd: Time Machine support with new volume option "tm".

FIX: papd: Remove variable expansion for BSD printers. Fixes CVE-2008-5718.

FIX: afpd: .AppleDxxx folders were user accessible if option 'usedots' was set

FIX: afpd: vetoed files/dirs where still accessible

FIX: afpd: cnid_resolve: don't return '..' as a valid name.

FIX: uniconv: -d option wasn't working

Particularly important to me is the time machine support.

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2009-12-01
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2009-12-01

version 2.05 of what? You never say

ok its been related to netatalk. My bad

I can't see any PPAs. You can submit it as a bug and that the 2.0.5 is the cure and links to backup your claim

This forum says they added a debian repo:

http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1341810

I do NOT condone this at all but if you want you can. I'm just saying that someone did it and it was fine but it may screw your system as debian debs are not to be used in ubuntu

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