[ANNOUNCE] FIAIF version 1.5.0-1

Rémi Denis-Courmont email hidden
Sun Jan 5 10:26:28 CET 2003


Le Samedi 4 Janvier 2003 20:11, vous avez écrit :
> Anyways, I'm glad that my mistake was found and solved.
> Rémi - could you verify that the rpm builds nicely on
> mandrake (srpms are now available from
> http://fugmann.dhs.org/dist/[beta/]

Rebuilding the package from the tarball worked. So I assume it works 
from the source RPM too. We'll try it anyway.

--- rpmlint report ---
#W: fiaif invalid-vendor None
(to be ignored: should be 'MandrakeSoft')

#W: fiaif invalid-distribution None
(to be ignored: should be 'Mandrake Linux', but you may want to set 
something else, though)

#W: fiaif manpage-not-bzipped /usr/share/man/man5/fiaif.conf.5.gz
#W: fiaif manpage-not-bzipped /usr/share/man/man5/zone.conf.5.gz
#W: fiaif manpage-not-bzipped /usr/share/man/man8/fiaif-scan.8.gz
#W: fiaif manpage-not-bzipped /usr/share/man/man8/fiaif.8.gz
(not really an issue)

E: fiaif no-packager-tag
(should be your name)

W: fiaif not-standard-release-extension 1
(ignore that one. It should be '1mdk' to fix...)

W: fiaif non-standard-group Networking/Utilities
(does not exists on Mandrake)

W: fiaif invalid-buildhost marvin.athome.dk
(to be ignored)

W: fiaif no-version-in-last-changelog

#W: fiaif non-coherent-filename fiaif_1.5.2-1.noarch.rpm
(should be 'fiaif-1.5.2-1.noarch.rpm', they say)

E: fiaif non-readable /etc/fiaif/type_of_services 0600
E: fiaif non-readable /etc/fiaif/zone.int 0600
E: fiaif non-readable /etc/fiaif/private_networks 0600
E: fiaif non-readable /etc/fiaif/reserved_networks 0600
E: fiaif non-standard-dir-perm /etc/fiaif 0700
E: fiaif non-readable /etc/fiaif/zone.ext 0600
E: fiaif non-readable /etc/fiaif/zone.dmz 0600
E: fiaif non-standard-dir-perm /var/lib/fiaif 0700
E: fiaif non-readable /etc/fiaif/fiaif.conf 0600
(no problem)

W: fiaif non-conffile-in-etc /etc/rc.d/init.d/fiaif
(no problem either)

E: fiaif no-signature
(they like GPG singature)

E: fiaif subsys-not-used /etc/rc.d/init.d/fiaif
(rpmlint bug. This is because the LOCK file is defined outside of the 
init-script, so rpmlint does not detect it).

Those with a '#' disappeared via a simple rebuild of the package on a 
Mandrake system. Of course, many of the errors left are silly and 
should definitely not be fixed (particularly subsys-not-used, which is 
a rpmlint bug).

> Regards
> Anders Fugmann

Sincerely,

-- 
Rémi Denis-Courmont
<rdenis at simphalempin.com>
http://www.simphalempin.com/




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