updated epel-release packages

Stephen John Smoogen smooge at gmail.com
Sun Apr 27 21:44:33 UTC 2008

On Fri, Apr 25, 2008 at 6:22 PM, Matt Domsch <Matt_Domsch at dell.com> wrote:
> Just FYI, in case anyone notices any breakage.

I have not.. but I have not seen this package on my system as updated.
I will try to test again tomorrow

Thanks for the fix.

>  Michael Stahnke asked me to help get the EPEL testing yum config files
>  fixed up to use the yum mirrorlist magic, which I've done now.  In the
>  process, I fixed up the EPEL 4 spec's  %post and %postun
>  to DTRT (where before it was horked; on upgrade it would actually
>  remove the entries it had just put into the up2date sources file).
>  It should be transparent to users, except now the testing yum repos
>  (which are still disabled by default) will now direct users to the
>  mirrorlists, which should be fast (~33 mirrors on the global list,
>  it'll direct to a local mirror if it can etc.)
>  There were 2 broken builds of epel-release-4 which should not be
>  signed - the last release (4-9) should be signed and released at your
>  convenience.  I didn't break the epel-release-5 package as badly, so
>  5-3 should be signed and released at your convenince too.
>  Thanks,
>  Matt
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>  Matt Domsch
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