Rebase back to 1.13. gdbm 1.14 is not ABI compatible... so 'undefined symbol: gdbm_errno' problems may occur.
sudo dnf upgrade --refresh --advisory=FEDORA-2018-ec4df5a741
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Problem 1: cannot install the best update candidate for package gdbm-devel-1.14-1.fc27.x86_64
- nothing provides gdbm = 1.13-5.fc27 needed by gdbm-devel-1:1.13-5.fc27.x86_64
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@remi Thanks for reporting this. It should be fixed in new build gdbm-1.13-6.fc27.
Notice: I think you also have to bump the epoch in rawhide to ensure upgrade path is ok (f27 to f28)
Thanks. I know about need for epoch in Rawhide. I'm waiting till this update is review and in preparing for stable. Then I will add epoch to rawhide too (I want to avoid "unremovable epoch" in rawhide in case some troubles appear with this update)
works for me
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ntop v.5.0.1 is working again in 32-bit and 64-bit versions after updating gdbm to 1.13-6.fc27 from the testing repo. For what it's worth, ntop package does not have gdbm as a dependency. That is, doing a dnf update ntop --enablerepo=updates-testing returned "no updates, nothing to do". I needed to do a gdbm update in order to pull in the fix for ntop. Is this normal practice to not include low-level dependencies such as gdbm in packaging?
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Please exclude the requirement of having gdbm-devel installed also... I don't have a devel system, so I don't think I need the *-devel package installed as well...
python3-libs pulls in gdbm-devel which shouldn't happen
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