Updated sabayon packages that fix two bugs are now available for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.
Sabayon is a tool to help system administrators and users change and maintain the default behavior of the GNOME desktop. These packages contain the graphical tools which a system administrator uses to manage Sabayon profiles.
Previously, when a user configured a custom panel launcher in the profile, Sabayon terminated unexpectedly while getting details of the profile. With this update, a priority level has been set up for sorting in the Details view so that Sabayon no longer crashes while getting the profile details.
Previously, when a user created a file or folder on the desktop that contained an apostrophe ("'") in the name, Sabayon terminated unexpectedly when saving the profile. With this update, any apostrophe characters in the name are now escaped so that Sabayon no longer crashes and properly saves the profile.
All sabayon users are advised to upgrade to these updated packages, which fix these bugs.