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opendkim-2.10.1-2.el7

FEDORA-EPEL-2015-1052 created by stevej 9 years ago for Fedora EPEL 7

Updating to 2.10.1 source (bug #1178373) and adding IPv6 localhost (::1) to default TrustedHosts file (bug #1049204). Updating to 2.10.1 upstream source, addition of README.fedora file, and various bug fixes. Updating to 2.9.2-2

This build is primarily to address SELinux issues, and no longer auto-creates default keys on startup.

Privileged user must now generate keys after install, so they can be owned by root. Updating to newer upstream source: 2.9.2 Updating to newer upstream source: 2.9.2 Updating to newer upstream source: 2.9.2 Updating to newer upstream source: 2.9.2 Updating to 2.9.2-2

This build is primarily to address SELinux issues, and no longer auto-creates default keys on startup.

Privileged user must now generate keys after install, so they can be owned by root. Updating to newer upstream source: 2.9.2 Updating to newer upstream source: 2.9.2 Updating to newer upstream source: 2.9.2 Updating to newer upstream source: 2.9.2 Updating to 2.9.2-2

This build is primarily to address SELinux issues, and no longer auto-creates default keys on startup.

Privileged user must now generate keys after install, so they can be owned by root. Updating to newer upstream source: 2.9.2 Updating to newer upstream source: 2.9.2 Updating to newer upstream source: 2.9.2 Updating to newer upstream source: 2.9.2 Updating to 2.10.1 upstream source, addition of README.fedora file, and various bug fixes. Updating to 2.9.2-2

This build is primarily to address SELinux issues, and no longer auto-creates default keys on startup.

Privileged user must now generate keys after install, so they can be owned by root. Updating to newer upstream source: 2.9.2 Updating to newer upstream source: 2.9.2 Updating to newer upstream source: 2.9.2 Updating to newer upstream source: 2.9.2 Updating to 2.9.2-2

This build is primarily to address SELinux issues, and no longer auto-creates default keys on startup.

Privileged user must now generate keys after install, so they can be owned by root. Updating to newer upstream source: 2.9.2 Updating to newer upstream source: 2.9.2 Updating to newer upstream source: 2.9.2 Updating to newer upstream source: 2.9.2 Updating to 2.9.2-2

This build is primarily to address SELinux issues, and no longer auto-creates default keys on startup.

Privileged user must now generate keys after install, so they can be owned by root. Updating to newer upstream source: 2.9.2 Updating to newer upstream source: 2.9.2 Updating to newer upstream source: 2.9.2 Updating to newer upstream source: 2.9.2 Updating to 2.10.1 upstream source, addition of README.fedora file, and various bug fixes. Updating to 2.9.2-2

This build is primarily to address SELinux issues, and no longer auto-creates default keys on startup.

Privileged user must now generate keys after install, so they can be owned by root. Updating to newer upstream source: 2.9.2 Updating to newer upstream source: 2.9.2 Updating to newer upstream source: 2.9.2 Updating to newer upstream source: 2.9.2 Updating to 2.9.2-2

This build is primarily to address SELinux issues, and no longer auto-creates default keys on startup.

Privileged user must now generate keys after install, so they can be owned by root. Updating to newer upstream source: 2.9.2 Updating to newer upstream source: 2.9.2 Updating to newer upstream source: 2.9.2 Updating to newer upstream source: 2.9.2 Updating to 2.9.2-2

This build is primarily to address SELinux issues, and no longer auto-creates default keys on startup.

Privileged user must now generate keys after install, so they can be owned by root. Updating to newer upstream source: 2.9.2 Updating to newer upstream source: 2.9.2 Updating to newer upstream source: 2.9.2 Updating to newer upstream source: 2.9.2 Updating to 2.10.1 upstream source, addition of README.fedora file, and various bug fixes. Updating to 2.9.2-2

This build is primarily to address SELinux issues, and no longer auto-creates default keys on startup.

Privileged user must now generate keys after install, so they can be owned by root. Updating to newer upstream source: 2.9.2 Updating to newer upstream source: 2.9.2 Updating to newer upstream source: 2.9.2 Updating to newer upstream source: 2.9.2 Updating to 2.9.2-2

This build is primarily to address SELinux issues, and no longer auto-creates default keys on startup.

Privileged user must now generate keys after install, so they can be owned by root. Updating to newer upstream source: 2.9.2 Updating to newer upstream source: 2.9.2 Updating to newer upstream source: 2.9.2 Updating to newer upstream source: 2.9.2 Updating to 2.9.2-2

This build is primarily to address SELinux issues, and no longer auto-creates default keys on startup.

Privileged user must now generate keys after install, so they can be owned by root. Updating to newer upstream source: 2.9.2 Updating to newer upstream source: 2.9.2 Updating to newer upstream source: 2.9.2 Updating to newer upstream source: 2.9.2 Updating to 2.10.1 upstream source, addition of README.fedora file, and various bug fixes. Updating to 2.9.2-2

This build is primarily to address SELinux issues, and no longer auto-creates default keys on startup.

Privileged user must now generate keys after install, so they can be owned by root. Updating to newer upstream source: 2.9.2 Updating to newer upstream source: 2.9.2 Updating to newer upstream source: 2.9.2 Updating to newer upstream source: 2.9.2 Updating to 2.9.2-2

This build is primarily to address SELinux issues, and no longer auto-creates default keys on startup.

Privileged user must now generate keys after install, so they can be owned by root. Updating to newer upstream source: 2.9.2 Updating to newer upstream source: 2.9.2 Updating to newer upstream source: 2.9.2 Updating to newer upstream source: 2.9.2 Updating to 2.9.2-2

This build is primarily to address SELinux issues, and no longer auto-creates default keys on startup.

Privileged user must now generate keys after install, so they can be owned by root. Updating to newer upstream source: 2.9.2 Updating to newer upstream source: 2.9.2 Updating to newer upstream source: 2.9.2 Updating to newer upstream source: 2.9.2 Updating to 2.10.1 upstream source, addition of README.fedora file, and various bug fixes. Updating to 2.9.2-2

This build is primarily to address SELinux issues, and no longer auto-creates default keys on startup.

Privileged user must now generate keys after install, so they can be owned by root. Updating to newer upstream source: 2.9.2 Updating to newer upstream source: 2.9.2 Updating to newer upstream source: 2.9.2 Updating to newer upstream source: 2.9.2 Updating to 2.9.2-2

This build is primarily to address SELinux issues, and no longer auto-creates default keys on startup.

Privileged user must now generate keys after install, so they can be owned by root. Updating to newer upstream source: 2.9.2 Updating to newer upstream source: 2.9.2 Updating to newer upstream source: 2.9.2 Updating to newer upstream source: 2.9.2 Updating to 2.9.2-2

This build is primarily to address SELinux issues, and no longer auto-creates default keys on startup.

Privileged user must now generate keys after install, so they can be owned by root. Updating to newer upstream source: 2.9.2 Updating to newer upstream source: 2.9.2 Updating to newer upstream source: 2.9.2 Updating to newer upstream source: 2.9.2

This update has been submitted for testing by stevej.

9 years ago
User Icon dfateyev commented & provided feedback 9 years ago
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works for me

This update is currently being pushed to the Fedora EPEL 7 testing updates repository.

9 years ago

This update has been pushed to testing

9 years ago

This update has reached 14 days in testing and can be pushed to stable now if the maintainer wishes

9 years ago

This update has been submitted for stable by stevej.

9 years ago

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BZ#891292 SELinux is preventing /usr/sbin/opendkim from using the dac_override capability
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BZ#973541 opendkim-2.9.2 is available
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BZ#1049204 TrustedHosts is missing IPv6 ::1
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BZ#1178373 opendkim-2.10.1 is available
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