ghostscript makes use of mktemp instead of mkstemp to create temp files;
and also uses improper LD_RUN_PATH values, causing it to search for
libraries in the current directory.
2000-11-27: Added packages for Red Hat Linux 7 for Alpha
ghostscript makes use of mktemp to create temp files, which is an insecure and predictable apporoach, it is now patched to use mkstemp, which avoid the race condition on the name.
It also uses improper LD_RUN_PATH values, causing ghostscript to search for libraries to load in current directorys.