Am Dienstag, 17. Januar 2012 schrieb Greg KH:
On Sat, Jan 14, 2012 at 08:34:51PM +0100, Christian
Am Donnerstag, 12. Januar 2012 schrieb Greg KH:
As some of you might have noticed,
woken up from its holiday break, and is starting to update.
But, right now the list of packages are pretty small,
basically stuff I use and rely on (kernel, vim, mutt, etc.)
I need suggestions of packages to add.
Well, you'll get what you ask for ;-)
I propose to add the AppArmor package to Tumbleweed.
What specific package(s) are you talking about? And in what repo do
you want me to link to?
It's the "apparmor" package , and you can choose between the Factory
and security:apparmor:factory repo.
security:apparmor:factory usually gets some more updates and/or has the
latest version some days earlier. I'm doing the dirty work in my home
repo, so security:apparmor:factory should always be stable.
> 12.1 had 2.7 rc2, the Factory package is at 2.7.0
(final) + some
> small patches from the 2.7 branch.
> FYI: it won't take too long until upstream releases 2.7.1, which
> I'll then push to Factory. I'm also planning to do an update to
> 2.7.1 for openSUSE 12.1  (and hope the maintenance team
> doesn't stop me ;-)
If it goes into 12.1, then why would you need/want it
Until 2.7.1 is available (there is no date decided yet besides "soon" -
and you probably know what that can mean ;-) Tumbleweed will get a newer
package which has for example fixes in the traceroute6 and smbd profile.
If you think this is not worth the effort for Tumbleweed (you do the
work, so you decide ;-) Tumbleweed users will have to wait until 2.7.1
is released as update for 12.1.
 since AppArmor 2.4 (IIRC) there is one "big" sourceball instead of
separate tarballs for profiles, parser, utils etc.
Man kann natürlich immer diskutieren, welche
Fachbegriffe man übersetzt
diskutieren ist kein Deutsches Wort, sondern ebenfalls
Deutsch hieße das erörtern. [> Ratti und Bernd Brodesser in suse-linux]
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