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Re: [ANNOUNCEMENT] Updated: nc-1.107-2

On May  8 10:43, Harry G McGavran Jr wrote:
> If I try the example in the nc manpage for cygwin:
>    printf "GET / HTTP/1.0\r\n\r\n" | nc 80
> I get a segfault and a stackdump every time.
> The nc prior to nc-1.107-1 didn't have this problem.
> nc-1.107-1 had this problem, but with it I could use
> the nc "-w 1" option and avoid the problem.  With
> 1.107-2 I can't find any value for -w that works, I just
> get the seg fault. The nc on ubuntu 10.04 requires "-q 1"
> but never segfaults even without that option. There seems not
> to be a -q option for this nc.
> This happens with every "host.example" I've tried,
> so hopefully this is easily reproducable by the maintainers.

Well, sorry, but the above example works fine for me.  I just installed
the latest nc and nc6 packages from scratch and it just works with both
nc variants.

Please send the stackdump and your obligatory cygcheck -svr output
*as attachment*.


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