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This update breaks booting on my Lenovo T540p. It hangs at startup trying to run a start job on an LVM PV (which is part of a LUKS-encrypted partition).

karma

I tested on Fedora 21 Workstation. Test now gives the error: bash: warning: x: ignoring function definition attempt bash: error importing function definition for `x' This account is currently not available.

karma

+1 by inspection (and that it didn't break anything on my local system).

karma

Verified that the container support is now working (and well!)

vchepkov, please sign in with your Fedora account if you want your karma to count.

karma

Working fine with Review Board 1.6.11

karma

Working for me with ReviewBoard 1.6.5 (also in updates-testing)

For the record, this update must be pushed AFTER https://admin.fedoraproject.org/updates/FEDORA-EPEL-2012-5607/Django-1.3.1-1.el6 as Django 1.3.1 is a dependency for this.

Upgraded the Fedora Hosted instance and it didn't break anything new.

karma

Better late than never, this is working fine for the ReviewBoard instance at https://fedorahosted.org/reviewboard/

karma

It's working for me without any visible regressions.

This update has been submitted for testing.

This update has been submitted for stable.

This update has been submitted for testing.

As I stated above. EPEL did not break RHEL. RHEL broke EPEL, and the higher priority for EPEL is to not terminate support arbitrarily. The real problem here is that RHEL5.5 shipped AFTER libtalloc 2.0 was available in EPEL, and they shipped with an unsupported, forked version of the library, with the same soname. RHEL is being the bad citizen here.

The problem is that EPEL had libtalloc 2 during the RHEL 5.4 days, but RHEL 5.5 shipped with an incompatible library. Because some users already had libtalloc 2 (mostly for SSSD) we can't just drop it from EPEL. So we need to resolve this as best we can.

There are no correct solutions at the moment for this issue. It's being resolved for RHEL 5.6 with the samba packaging team. This is an attempt to minimize the exposure of this conflict until that time.

This update has been submitted for testing.

This update has been submitted for testing.