On 2/10/23 8:47 AM, Rosario Esposito wrote:
> I read from https://directory.fedoraproject.org/docs/389ds/download.html
> "cockpit-389-ds is not distributed in AppStream."
> I just downloaded the current 389-ds-base source rpm from Appstream:
> Inside the src rpm there's a 389-ds-base.spec containing the following line:
> %global use_cockpit 0
> If I just modify it to:
> %global use_cockpit 1
> ...and rebuild the source rpm, then I get the rpm: cockpit-389-ds-2.1.3-4.el9.noarch.rpm
> Is that safe to use ?
> What is the reason for cockpit-389-ds not being directly distributed in Appstream repo ?
Because downstream it is for the layered product (RHDS). It's not a
part of RHEL (IDM) so it's filtered out.
> I'm asking this because I'd like to install the same version of 389-ds currently used by RHDS12 (2.1.3) on a Rocky Linux 9 machine.
> If I switch to "copr" repository then I get 389-ds version 2.2.x which seems to be too new.
We also have 2.3.x :-) 389-ds-base-2.2 is what we are using for RHDS
12.2 on RHEL 9.2. I would not say 2.2 is "too" new or risky. Now "2.3"
is, but not 2.2.
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