Fedora EPEL 6 Update: fusioninventory-agent-2.1.12-1.el6

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Fedora EPEL Update Notification
2011-11-30 21:45:28

Name        : fusioninventory-agent
Product     : Fedora EPEL 6
Version     : 2.1.12
Release     : 1.el6
URL         : http://fusioninventory.org/
Summary     : FusionInventory agent
Description :
FusionInventory Agent is an application designed to help a network
or system administrator to keep track of the hardware and software
configurations of computers that are installed on the network.

This agent can send information about the computer to a OCS Inventory NG
or GLPI server with the FusionInventory for GLPI plugin.

You can add additional packages for optional tasks:

* perl-FusionInventory-Agent-Task-OcsDeploy
    OCS Inventory Software deployment support
* perl-FusionInventory-Agent-Task-NetDiscovery
    Network Discovery support
* perl-FusionInventory-Agent-Task-SNMPQuery
    SNMP Query support
* perl-FusionInventory-Agent-Task-ESX
    vCenter/ESX/ESXi remote inventory

Edit the /etc/sysconfig/fusioninventory-agent file for service configuration.

Update Information:

From upstream changelog

Version 2.1.12
- Memory: Add ECC / no ECC information
- Duplication virtualmachine name on the same machine

Version 2.1.10
- Model and SSN don't correct
- Report Linux distribution version number
- incorrect FSF postal address
- Incorrect test for LWP version
- Use of uninitialized value in pattern match on CPU.pm
- FusionInventory::Agent::RPC build fails is no JSON
- New build-deps: Test::Exception, HTTP::Server::Simple::CGI, HTTP::Server::Simple::Authen

Full Changelog : http://cpansearch.perl.org/src/FUSINV/FusionInventory-Agent-2.1.12/Changes


This update can be installed with the "yum" update programs.  Use
su -c 'yum update fusioninventory-agent' at the command line.
For more information, refer to "Managing Software with yum",
available at http://docs.fedoraproject.org/yum/.

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