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Re: Why Fedora 10 still uses openssl pkg from 2007, 4 releases old?

Kevin Kofler wrote:
Frantisek Hanzlik wrote:
rpm -q --whatrequires openssl

repoquery --whatrequires --alldeps openssl

Not only does rpm -q only mention deps from packages you have installed, it
also only checks deps on the package name, not on the library soname, which
most deps are.

So your question is not only hijacking a thread, but also stupid. (It's not
getting updated because it'd break the entire f***ing distro, duh!)

         Kevin Kofler

Kevin, thank for you explanation.

It's amazing - repoquery return over 500 packages, and although many
of whom are from one source rpm, it is still much more that
"rpm -q --whatrequires" list. And this list looks reputable.

About hijacking a thread I was already apologized, there wasn't any bad
intention from me.

I not think my question is stupid - when Fedora distro has been released
every half of year, then IMHO isn't big problem compile entire this
against actual openssl package - in Fedora 10 case against "openssl-0.9.8i".
And then I was understand when bugfixes from 0.9.8j to it.

And sorry for probable my other mistake - my "f*" should mean
"Fedora Core and consequent", there wasn't no "ing" at end of it.
One other justification for my bad English knowledge. Sorry.

Franta Hanzlík

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