I'm going through the lists of EPEL7 packages that are not able to be
installed on RHEL 7.6, and opening bugzilla's for them. I am keeping
track of all those bugs with a tracker bug.
My apologies to the epel-release maintainers for using their package
for the tracker.
I've only created 6 bugs thus far, and only 1 of those bugs is because
of RHEL 7.6.
Because I'm verifying each failed install, and tracking down the basic
problem, it's taking me a little longer. It might take a couple of
I'll send an email when I'm done.
 - https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1647564
I just released  new mock-core-config package which include new
This will allows you to build packages on top of RHEL 8 Beta. This is
temporary config. I put them there so you can experiment with your
builds and prepare for EPEL 8 once it will be available.
This config will be removed when Beta ends.
Additionally I moved these configs:
to /etc/mock/eol to clearly mark them as EOLed distribution. They are
there for archive purpose, I will not maintain them, but they should
generaly work. You can use them as:
mock -r eol/fedora-26-x86_64 foo.src.rpm
What's the plan with epel8 branching? I was fairly happy with needing to
request branches manually like with did with epel7. Are we going to use the
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