Fedora 15 Update: lirc-0.9.0-6.fc15

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Fedora Update Notification
2011-06-08 23:32:40

Name        : lirc
Product     : Fedora 15
Version     : 0.9.0
Release     : 6.fc15
URL         : http://www.lirc.org/
Summary     : The Linux Infrared Remote Control package
Description :
LIRC is a package that allows you to decode and send infra-red and
other signals of many (but not all) commonly used remote controls.
Included applications include daemons which decode the received
signals as well as user space applications which allow controlling a
computer with a remote control.

Update Information:

Finally fix build of libusb-based drivers, like commandir and atilibusb.

Apparently, the bz -3 was trying to fix wasn't quite accurate, some stuff going into /var/run should NOT be ghosted...


* Mon Jun  6 2011 Jarod Wilson <jarod at redhat.com> 0.9.0-6
- And now take out the libusb1-devel bit, its actually the removal of
  libusb-config from libusb-devel that broke things, so we need some
  fixage upstream, backported here.
* Tue May 31 2011 Jarod Wilson <jarod at redhat.com> 0.9.0-5
- Add explict BR: libusb1-devel, as some userspace drivers require it, and
  its apparently not getting into the build root any longer
* Sat May 28 2011 Jarod Wilson <jarod at redhat.com> 0.9.0-4
- Apparently, the title of bz656613 wasn't quite correct, some stuff
  in /var/run does need to be installed, not ghosted...
* Tue May  3 2011 Jarod Wilson <jarod at redhat.com> 0.9.0-3
- Properly support tmpfs /var/run/lirc in new systemd world (#656613)
- Don't ghost config files, lay 'em down with pointers in them
* Tue May  3 2011 Jarod Wilson <jarod at redhat.com> 0.9.0-2
- Only disable in-kernel IR decoders if we're not using devinput mode,
  as they're actually required for devinput mode to work right.

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

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