On 01/26/2014 06:14 PM, Reindl Harald wrote:
> Am 26.01.2014 18:07, schrieb Xavier Bachelot:
>> On 01/26/2014 05:17 PM, Reindl Harald wrote:
>>> Am 26.01.2014 16:59, schrieb Mathias Nicolajsen Kjærgaard:
>>>> The /etc/yum.repos.d/livna.repo file provided in
>>>> livna-release-1-1.noarch has broken links to
. Please consider
>>>> providing these two mirror list, as the broken links seems to
>>>> confuse the Automatic Bug Reporting Tool, when it is searching
>>>> for debuginfo for packages unrelated to Livna
>>> livna != rpmfusion
>> That is true, but Livna has no mailing list on its own anymore and
>> advices to use the RPM Fusion mailing lists iirc. Not really a big
>> deal imho, Livna only carries one package that was left there when RPM
>> Fusion was created from several other repositories, including Livna.
>> This is orthogonal to what is discussed here, but moving that one and
>> only Livna package to RPM Fusion might still be an option one day or
> and why is that one package not directly linked on http://rpm.livna.org/
I don't know.
> it makes pretty no sense to install a repo-package for one single package
> which doe get no updates at all and slow down yum with a additional repo
It (used to) gets updated when there is a new release, but this is
indeed rather rare.
Actually I just checked and there is a new release, I'll try to reach
out to the two people that can do something about that within Livna.
I'll point them at this thread, both for the mirrorlist issue and
> AFAIK that one package is libdvdcss which exists also outside livna
I agree that a repo for a single package is probably overkill, but until
libdvdcss is accepted in RPM Fusion, I don't see a clean solution. The
only other repo I know of which carries libdvdcss is Remi but it also
carries packages that overlap with Fedora and this is not optimal, at
least for me, so I'd rather keep Livna. For the record, the libdvdcss
package which is in Livna is the same as in Remi repo.
The only reference that yum gives me to dvdcss is within vobcopy, which
is from rpmfusion-free. ATrpms provides these: