Fedora 12 Update: certmonger-0.30-1.fc12

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Fedora Update Notification
2010-08-17 05:08:29

Name        : certmonger
Product     : Fedora 12
Version     : 0.30
Release     : 1.fc12
URL         : http://certmonger.fedorahosted.org
Summary     : Certificate status monitor and PKI enrollment client
Description :
Certmonger is a service which is primarily concerned with getting your
system enrolled with a certificate authority (CA) and keeping it enrolled.

Update Information:

When used to tell certmonger to start tracking a certificate (and, when its
validity period ends, to attempt to get a fresh certificate from a CA), the
'getcert' utility could not be told to pass a PIN value (or the name of a file
containing the PIN) to the certmonger daemon, so certmonger would not correctly
handle keys stored using encryption.    When a helper process (for example, a
helper used for submitting a signing request to a CA) needed to be stopped, the
process's exit status would not be reaped, so the helper process would become a
zombie.    This update also incorporates init script fixes and translation

* Wed Aug 25 2010 Nalin Dahyabhai <nalin at redhat.com> 0.30-1
- update to 0.30
  - fix errors computing the time at the end of an interval that were
    caught by self-tests
* Mon Aug 23 2010 Nalin Dahyabhai <nalin at redhat.com> 0.29-1
- update to 0.29
  - fix 64-bit cleanliness issue using libdbus
  - actually include the full set of tests in tarballs
* Tue Aug 17 2010 Nalin Dahyabhai <nalin at redhat.com> 0.28-1
- update to 0.28
  - fix self-signing certificate notBefore and notAfter values on 32-bit
* Tue Aug 17 2010 Nalin Dahyabhai <nalin at redhat.com> 0.27-1
- update to 0.27
  - portability and test fixes
* Fri Aug 13 2010 Nalin Dahyabhai <nalin at redhat.com> 0.26-1
- update to 0.26
  - when canceling a submission request that's being handled by a helper,
    reap the child process's status after killing it (#624120)
* Fri Aug 13 2010 Nalin Dahyabhai <nalin at redhat.com> 0.25-1
- update to 0.25
  - new translations
    - in by Okta Purnama Rahadian!
  - fix detection of cases where we can't access a private key in an NSS
    database because we don't have the PIN
  - teach '*getcert start-tracking' about the -p and -P options which the
    '*getcert request' commands already understand (#621670), and also
    the -U, -K, -E, and -D flags
  - double-check that the nicknames of keys we get back from
    PK11_ListPrivKeysInSlot() match the desired nickname before accepting
    them as matches, so that our tests won't all blow up on EL5
  - fix dynamic addition and removal of CAs implemented through helpers
* Mon Jun 28 2010 Nalin Dahyabhai <nalin at redhat.com> 0.24-4
- init script: ensure that the subsys lock is created whenever we're called to
  "start" when we're already running (even more of #596719)
* Tue Jun 15 2010 Nalin Dahyabhai <nalin at redhat.com> 0.24-3
- more gracefully handle manual daemon startups and cleaning up of unexpected
  crashes (still more of #596719)
* Thu Jun 10 2010 Nalin Dahyabhai <nalin at redhat.com> 0.24-2
- don't create the daemon pidfile until after we've connected to the D-Bus
  (still more of #596719)
* Tue Jun  8 2010 Nalin Dahyabhai <nalin at redhat.com> 0.24-1
- update to 0.24
  - keep the lock on the pid file, if we have one, when we fork, and cancel
    daemon startup if we can't gain ownership of the lock (the rest of #596719)
  - make the man pages note which external configuration files we consult when
    submitting requests to certmaster and ipa CAs

  [ 1 ] Bug #624120 - certmonger defunct process ipa-submit
  [ 2 ] Bug #621670 - RFE: there is no way to pass in a key or database password on start-tracking

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

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