On Fri, Oct 21, 2022 at 5:26 PM Betty Liu <acyanbird(a)gmail.com> wrote:
Hi, I want to request a package in EPEL8 and I follow the steps in the documentation
If <package> isn’t found in Component under "Fedora EPEL" or
"Fedora" Products, it should be added to Fedora first
The package name is webkit2gtk-4.0 and I saw it in Fedora, but not in the RedHat
Bugzilla. Can anyone teach me how to add the component to fedora?
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The component in bugzilla corresponds to the source package name, not
the binary package name. Often times these are the same, but you've
run into one of the instances where they are not. One way to check
for this is to use the dnf repoquery command, in this case on Fedora
since that's where the package is present and query-able.
[root@f37-container:~]# dnf repoquery --quiet --info webkit2gtk4.0 |
grep --max-count 1 Source
Source : webkitgtk-2.38.0-3.fc37.src.rpm
Alternatively, you can search for the package name in the Fedora
Packages web app.
This returns one result, which shows webkit2gtk4.0 as a "subpackage"
of webkitgtk. That's another way to describe the source/binary
Whichever way you discover the source name, use that as the component
for your bugzilla request.