[Bug 121005] digikam won´t start when the album-path stays on nfs-volume

Stan Vernaillen sod75 at vernaillen.eu
Mon Oct 15 19:41:39 BST 2007

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------- Additional Comments From sod75 vernaillen eu  2007-10-15 20:41 -------
on kubuntu/edgy, digikam 0.9.1 I had this bug introduced by the following mysql patch, but the workaround as described in #12 ( give write perms to all ) solved it for me. everything still on nfs.

mysql-dfsg-5.0 (5.0.38-0ubuntu1.1) feisty-security; urgency=low

  * SECURITY UPDATE: denial of service via crafted IF clause
  * debian/patches/91_CVE-2007-2583.dpatch: fix sql/item_cmpfunc.cc to verify
    res is not NULL
  * SECURITY UPDATE: privilege escalation
  * debian/patches/91_CVE-2007-2691.dpatch: fix sql/sql_parse.cc to make sure
    DROP privileges are required when using RENAME TABLE statements
  * SECURITY UPDATE: denial of service via crafted authentication request
  * debian/patches/91_CVE-2007-3780.dpatch: fix sql/sql_parse.cc to not
    overflow a signed char
  * SECURITY UPDATE: privilege escalation via views
  * debian/patches/91_CVE-2007-3782.dpatch: fix sql/sql_prepare.cc and
    sql/sql_update.cc to properly verify access privileges to external tables
  * SECURITY UPDATE: warn on startup if root mysql account has a blank
    password. debian/mysql-server-5.0.mysql.init: supply 'reset-password' and
    check for blank password.  Based on work by Soren Hansen.
  * References
    Launchpad #119075

 -- Jamie Strandboge <jamie ubuntu com>  Wed,  3 Oct 2007 13:32:38 -0400

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