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Re: RHEL-6 vs EPEL-6 versions



On 1 September 2010 18:09, Richard W.M. Jones <rjones redhat com> wrote:
> On Wed, Sep 01, 2010 at 11:13:14AM +0100, Mark Chappell wrote:
>> As I understand it, it was agreed that where we ship versions of
>> packages that Red Hat ship we were going to try to ship rebuilds of the
>> Red Hat SRPMs.  This was primarily intended for things like the the perl
>> tree where there's a whole slew of perl packages that aren't available
>> for certain architectures.
>
> The above doesn't seem to apply to:
>
>> RHEL: febootstrap-2.7-1.el6.1
>> EPEL: febootstrap-2.7-1.el6
>
> The latest RHEL 6 package is in fact febootstrap-2.7-1.2.el6, uploaded
> on 2010-07-06.  It *should* be available on all architectures AFAIK.

Beta2 refresh I presume changed it...

ftp://ftp.redhat.com/redhat/rhel/beta/5.90Server/source/SRPMS/febootstrap-2.7-1.el6.1.src.rpm
30/June/10

> In any case, there is no need to rebuild this for EPEL.  You can just
> drop this package from EPEL 6 if it is there.

That makes life even simpler.


Mark


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