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Re: why are "samba" updates at kde-redhat repo?



On Thu, Jul 28, 2005 at 03:49:48PM -0400, Robert P. J. Day wrote:
>   the more i try to clarify the inter-relationship between the
> various available repos for FC4, the more creeped out i get.
> 
>   i just enabled the kde-redhat repo and checked the available
> updates:
> 
>   # yum list updates
>   ... lots of KDE stuff, predictably ...
>   samba.i386        3.0.14a-2.1.fc4.kde    kde-redhat
>   samba-client.i386 3.0.14a-2.1.fc4.kde    kde-redhat
>   samba-common.i386 3.0.14a-2.1.fc4.kde    kde-redhat
>   samba-swat.i386   3.0.14a-2.1.fc4.kde    kde-redhat
> 
> why are there samba updates in the midst of a pile of KDE updates?
> what does samba have to do with KDE?

I don't know the history on how kde-redhat decided shipping a samba
package, but you can read the changes in the changelog:

* Sat Jul 16 2005 Rex Dieter 3.0.14a-2.1.kde
- own /usr/lib/libsmbclient.so.*
- fix/remove unowned /usr/sbin/samba (symlink to /etc/rc.d/init.d/smb)

* Thu May 05 2005 Rex Dieter 3.0.14a-2.0.kde
- --with-shared-modules=idmap_rid (rh bug #156810)
- use -pie only if supported (ie, gcc >= 3.2.3)
- acl patch from Jeremy Allison

I've been running kde-redhat's samba w/o noticing any problems.
-- 
Axel.Thimm at ATrpms.net

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