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Could this update be pushed to stable? :-)

Works great with tls-crypt now!

BZ#1520214 Update NM-openvpn in epel7
BZ#1529459 missing dependency on php-mikey179-vfsstream

it seems the dependency on php-mikey179-vfsstream was forgotten.

$ php-cs-fixer fix
PHP Fatal error:  Uncaught RuntimeException: File not found: '/usr/share/php/org/bovigo/vfs/autoload.php' in /usr/share/php/Fedora/Autoloader/functions.php:58
Stack trace:
#0 /usr/share/php/Fedora/Autoloader/Dependencies.php(78): Fedora\Autoloader\requireFile('/usr/share/php/...')
#1 /usr/share/php/Fedora/Autoloader/Dependencies.php(100): Fedora\Autoloader\Dependencies::process(Array, true)
#2 /usr/share/php/PhpCsFixer/autoload.php(66): Fedora\Autoloader\Dependencies::required(Array)
#3 /usr/bin/php-cs-fixer(42): require_once('/usr/share/php/...')
#4 {main}
  thrown in /usr/share/php/Fedora/Autoloader/functions.php on line 58

Installing php-mikey179-vfsstream.noarch fixes things :)

I should use e7 and not E7, then it works... ๐Ÿ˜

karma

Support entering emoji by name, using Ctrl-Shift-E

Regression with writing special characters!

I used to be able to use ctrl+shift+U (E7) for example to write the c-cedilla (รง). This is broken now. Is there a new key combination for this?

But I can look at adding a "don't restart" feature.

That would be cool, but maybe you don't need to invest time in this if I'm to only one who wants this, something can be said for both approaches. I think also Debian always restarts daemons on update, but not completely sure...

And now it felt like the right time to do what most users expects.

Fair enough. I guess installing updates outside maintenance windows without rebooting/restarting can be unstable/dangerous anyway. So we'll live :-)

Thanks for the explanation!

Is there a specific reason you enabled auto restart (again)? Will it restart all server profiles from /etc/openvpn-server that are enabled with systemctl?

It may be a bit tricky for us, as we generally install updates, but then choose a later time to restart the OpenVPN server processes... Is it possible to disable this behavior?

In any case, thanks for the heads up, will consider this on the next update.

BZ#1444601 OpenVPN fails to launch due to missing /var/run directory

@dsommers thanks for the extensive explanation! :)

@dsommers, I updated to -2 and everything seems fine, not sure how you fixed things, but my fix consisted of adding an extra entry to the tmpfiles file, that worked too :)

@dsommers, it seems /var/run/openvpn does not exist anymore after reboot, only /var/run/openvpn-{client,server}. That's the issue you are talking about? I'm looking to move to the server one soon though!

karma

I tested this on my managed VPN service running on CentOS 7 (update from 2.3.x to 2.4.1), it works like a charm I must say! Great the old (systemd) service file is still there. Will report back here if there are any issues...

BZ#1435036 openvpn-2.4.1 is available