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User Icon tarvin commented & provided feedback on dcmtk-3.6.4-9.el8 a year ago
karma

Tested on CentOS 8.3: dcmodify, dcmsend, movescu, findscu. All went OK.

BZ#1806885 Request to build dcmtk for EPEL 8
karma

With this build, backing up into AWS S3 works again.

BZ#1869033 duplicity 0.8.15 bug needs a fix

Tested OK with the boto3+s3 backend.

I can see that this package is still in testing for EPEL. At https://bodhi.fedoraproject.org/updates/FEDORA-2018-854aeb39fd my comment was actually for EPEL, and it seems I added the comment for Fedora instead; sorry about that. But my notes about this build for EPEL 7 remain as follows: Tested on two CentOS 7 servers, one where it's run via xinetd, and one where it's run via a systemd socket unit. Both work fine with an Check_MK 1.4.0p24 server. It's a thumbs-up from me, thanks.

karma

Tested on two CentOS 7 servers, one where it's run via xinetd, and one where it's run via a systemd socket unit. Both work fine with an Check_MK 1.4.0p24 server. It's a thumbs-up from me, thanks.

karma

Thanks. Now we can update from RHEL 7.4 to RHEL 7.5 on servers where xorgxrdp is installed. And afterwards, xrdp still works (as long as we use the Mate desktop, which was also the case before the update).

karma

Tested on two up-to-date CentOS 7 servers; worked well.

BZ#1415177 duplicity-0.7.11-1.el7 is incompatible with gnupg2-2.0.22-4.el7
karma

Backup and restore tested (using s3 as backend). No issues seen.

BZ#1352247 duplicity-0.7.08 is available
BZ#1351471 When trying to restore files, duplicity hands and complains about missing python2-pexpect
BZ#1336378 Warning message even when backup went well
karma

Backup and restore tested OK, thanks.

BZ#1336378 Warning message even when backup went well
karma

check-mk-agent-1.2.6p5-1.el5.x86_64.rpm tested on CentOS 5.11: OK.

karma

check-mk-agent-1.2.6p5-1.el6.x86_64 tested on RHEL 6.6: Works well.

karma

Works fine on RHEL 7.1.

karma

Installing check-mk-agent pulls in way too many dependencies: httpd, httpd-tools, libzip, php, php-cli, php-common

karma

Thanks - I can confirm that BZ 712245 is now gone.