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Old 06-25-2012, 11:08 PM
Matthew Grant
 
Default My own bad - WHO is reopening this - Tested and FIXED!!!

OK, finally followed things. My own bad...

IMHO, I find Debian bug reports are bit confusing to follow.

Thank you for being patient with me.

Matthew Grant

On 26/06/12 10:41, Matthew Grant wrote:
> This is from the maintainer of the racoon and ipsec-tools package!
>
> Tested on linux kernel 3.2 in testing/unstable, racoon 0.8.0-9+ sha384
> and sha512 hmac and authentication ARE WORKING!!!!
>
>
> Please do not reopen bugs with no EMAIL as to WHY!!!
>
> I have not RECEIVED any INFORMATION about this. THIS IS UNDERHANDED!
>
> Has someone infiltrated our system? Date on the following email is 2011!
>
>
> Matthew Grant
>
> ---
>
> Message #32 received at fakecontrol@fakecontrolmessage (full text, mbox):
>
> From: Debbugs Internal Request <owner@bugs.debian.org>
> To: internal_control@bugs.debian.org
> Subject: Internal Control
> Date: Sat, 15 Oct 2011 22:42:08 +0000
> # A New Hope
> # A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away
> # something happened.
> #
> # Magically this resulted in the following
> # action being taken, but this fake control
> # message doesn't tell you why it happened
> #
> # The action:
> # Bug No longer marked as fixed in versions ipsec-tools/1:0.8.0-9 and
> reopened.
> thanks
> # This fakemail brought to you by your local debbugs
> # administrator
>
>
 

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