Description of problem:
Package ntop-5.0.1-15.fc28.x86_64 could not be installed, or built. I know it says 28 in the package name, but that is what we have in F29 repos.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. dnf install ntop
dnf install ntop
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Problem: conflicting requests
- nothing provides libgdbm.so.4()(64bit) needed by ntop-5.0.1-15.fc28.x86_64
- nothing provides libnetsnmp.so.30()(64bit) needed by ntop-5.0.1-15.fc28.x86_64
It seems that libgbdm and libnetsnmp are in never versions, than ntop is expecting.
I tried to rebuild src.rpm package, but dnf builddep listed missing dependencies:
dnf builddep ntop-5.0.1-123.fc29.src.rpm
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Package autoconf-2.69-28.fc29.noarch is already installed.
Package automake-1.16.1-5.fc29.noarch is already installed.
Package pkgconf-pkg-config-1.5.3-2.fc29.x86_64 is already installed.
Package systemd-239-6.git9f3aed1.fc29.x86_64 is already installed.
No matching package to install: 'tcp_wrappers-devel'
Package wget-1.19.5-5.fc29.x86_64 is already installed.
Not all dependencies satisfied
Error: Some packages could not be found.
I believe this bug and "Bug 1644735 - ntop requires unfulfillable libgdbm.so" are related.
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