No, that is a mistake, created it. There is a new build also for f37 as well.

Side tag seems no longer existing, but the build were not successful. A new update would be created.


@carlwgeorge Have you tried it with enabled (rhel-)CRB repository? dnf builddep bind-dyndb-ldap.spec installed bind-devel-9.16.23-7.el9.x86_64 to me. As did just dnf install bind-devel. Can you provide detailed steps and list of enabled repositories you have tried? It should not replace bind-devel in current build.

Mixing bind9-next instead of normal bind package is an error, hopefully fixed in release 3. It should be alternative version used only when user has chosen to switch to it. It were not intended to replace bind package from CentOS/RHEL and it has to be fixed to not do that. Please check last version does not push itself into your system.

Bug #2122841 affects also this build and may prevent working FreeIPA deployment. It is working fine separately, but will not work with -E pkcs11 parameter correctly.

BZ#2119132 bind-9.18.6 is available

Ah, I made error during merging. Thus changelog mentions unbound-1.16.0-1, but build is unbound-1.16.0-3

@ozeszty Consider filling a bug on jwhois component to request that. But it seems Fedora maintainer keeps it working even after upstream has stopped adding commits.

I have unbound build failing now on f36. I have verified in mockbuild it passes unittest without a crash with this update.

It installs fine on f35. However, why is not even readme contained in the package? It just has a binary and license file. It is enough?

@justinz Please add also review bug 2051069 to new package, it would get closed once it lands stable.

@justinz Please add also review bug 2051069 to new package, it would get closed once it lands stable.


@nickc This update seems stuck in testing for weird reason.

It has fixed FTBFS problem with bind, which fails building with annobin-plugin-gcc-10.48-4.fc36.x86_64. That was caused by warning: -D_FORTIFY_SOURCE not defined for every libtool compiled source emitted. Caused gcc attribute check failures in configure.

@nickc There is something wrong with this update.

Too late, was fixed by more recent builds

This update has been unpushed.

More recent release 9.16.21 is pending also. Revoking this one.

A regression was found in the new release, reported on bug #2006367. It would need another build.

BZ#2002475 dnsmasq-2.86 is available