Description of problem:
jpilot is currently compiled without a build dependency on openssl-devel
resulting in the keyring plugin not being build. FC6 version jpilot-0.99.8-8
corrects this problem.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Run jpilot
2. Select "Plugins" from menu
"Keyring" plugin is missing.
"Keyring" plugin should be present.
Fixed in FC6 - BZ# 214042
This request was evaluated by Red Hat Product Management for
inclusion in a Red Hat Enterprise Linux release. Since this
bugzilla is in a component that is not approved for the current
release, it has been closed with resolution deferred. You may
reopen this bugzilla for consideration in the next release.
Would be good to get this reconsidered for rhel5. Otherwise I have to use
Also, not sure what was meant in the closure comment by "this bugzilla is in a
component that is not approved for the current release" as both jpilot and
openssl are part of the current release. The only change required is to have a
jpilot build dependency on openssl-devel, a seemingly trivial change to add the
Yes so either this is a bug and should be fixed, or this upstream feature (which
is fixed in fedora) was accidently included into our RHEL release though was not
Is there good reason to not fix this bug Ivana?
Long time with no action here. I have been using a locally-built package with this minor fix for some time. "Is there good reason to not fix this bug Ivana?"
The decision is up to the product management - I will ask them, but please use the proper support channel to increase the importance of this issue.
Hi Philip. I should have said this ages ago. But just wondering if your still requiring this fix if you could please open a support case with Red Hat Global Support Services so we can escalate this appropriately.
My support has lapsed since this has been open. Currently using my rebuilt RPM on CentOS so opening a support case is not currently an option. Still seems like an easy/obvious fix, given that the FC6 version was OK, as is F10.
This problem is resolved in the next release of Red Hat Enterprise Linux.