The remote host is missing an update as announced via advisory SSA:2006-200-01.
New Samba packages are available for Slackware 10.0, 10.1, 10.2, and -current. In Slackware 10.0, 10.1, and 10.2, Samba was evidently picking up the libdm.so.0 library causing a Samba package issued primarily as a security patch to suddenly require a library that would only be present on the machine if the xfsprogs package (from the A series but marked 'optional') was installed. Sorry -- this was not intentional, though I do know that I'm taking the chance of this kind of issue when trying to get security related problems fixed quickly (hopefully balanced with reasonable testing), and when the fix is achieved by upgrading to a new version rather than with the smallest patch possible to fix the known issue. However, I tend to trust that by following upstream sources as much as possible I'm also fixing some problems that aren't yet public. So, all of the the 10.0, 10.1, and 10.2 packages have been rebuilt on systems without the dm library, and should be able to directly upgrade older samba packages without additional requirements. Well, unless they are also under /patches. -) All the packages (including -current) have been patched with a fix from Samba's CVS for some reported problems with winbind. Thanks to Mikhail Kshevetskiy for pointing me to the patch. I realize these packages don't really fix security issues, but they do fix security patch packages that are less than a couple of days old, so it seems prudent to notify slackware-security (and any subscribed lists) again. Sorry if it's noise...