Postings by josef radinger

epel 8 anytime soon?


is it OK that i can see no traces of epel 8 on
if i assume a release date of 06.2019 i would expect to see some beta-code

only traces i found, but i did spend much time with searching:
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ps.: i'm looking for php-pecl-msgpack for php71

mc 4.8.19-1 broken


Could someone with write-access to mc solve

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we currently have a situation where users accidentally might delete
data. The situation is a mess. mc 4.8.19-1 changed from curses to slang
and now several keybindings are plain wrong for at least fedora 25 and
maybe fedora 24, too.


bodhi broken in creating buildoverrides

i just stumbled over the following error while using bodhi on f22:

 bodhi --buildroot-override=openvas-libraries-8.0.7-2.f22 --duration=2
--notes='new libraries needed for new manager'
No handlers could be found for logger "fedora.client.bodhi"
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "/usr/bin/bodhi", line 537, in <module>
  File "/usr/bin/bodhi", line 433, in main
    }, auth=True)
  File "/usr/lib/python2.7/site-
packages/fedora/client/", line 240, in send_request
    output = func(method, **kwargs)
  File "/usr/lib/python2.7/site-

2 cascaded servers in one domain

I have the following situation:

a domain which has users on two servers: one exchange server (B)
and one postfix(A). in front of that two systems is another portal-host,
which cannot distinguish between mails for users on system A or on
system B and therefor send everything to A.

users will get moved from exchange to postfix in batches and i would
like to do the following:

postfix is the leading system and will receive all mails.
if a user is not already on postfix (and would generate a
"User unknown in virtual alias table") then the mail should be sent to
the exchange host.

review requests for several R-sub-packages


I prepared a handfull of R-subpackages and would need a reviewer.
The packages should be rather easy to review, some have dependencies to
other packages from my list.