On 27/01/14 14:32, Xavier Bachelot wrote:
> 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
> outdated libdvdcss.
>> 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
which i download after each distupgrade and fire "yum update *.rpm" local
even if you don't do that - 1.2.13 has not changed for a long time