Yes, that is the repo file I put in yum.repos.d. The devel repo is enabled,
the other two disabled. Even though I see the x86_64 version of freeipa-server
from the F16 'updates' repository, I only see i686 version in the devel repo.
I'll keep staring at it, maybe it will come to me.
On Feb 27, 2012, at 9:46 PM, John Dennis wrote:
> On 02/28/2012 12:25 AM, Brian Cook wrote:
>> I've added the devel repo at
>> to my F16 install. When listing the pkgs in the repo I only get i686
>> arch for freeipa-server. I can see the x86_64 pkg in the repo if I
>> browse it. Is this the right repo to use for testing patches that were
>> recently committed, and is the repo metadata up to date?
> Did you install this?
> The Fedora repo config file can be downloaded here:
> If so you should be getting x86_64 packages if your system is configured for
> Yes, it the right place to find up to the minute builds with recent fixes and
> enhancements (and possibly some instability). New builds occur as soon as
> they are committed to the source code repository.
> Each the repo is updated an email is sent to the
> ipa-and-samba-team-automation list, you can subscribe if you wish.
> Archives of the automation list can be found here:
> John Dennis <jden...@redhat.com>
> Looking to carve out IT costs?
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