Package Change Request
Package Name: qemu
New Branches: EL-4 EL-5
Owners: sundaram, dwmw2, jwrdegoede
Cvsextras Commits: no
This package seems to pre-date bugzilla review tickets and has no other
associated tickets, hence the new ticket for this branch request.
Any particular reason for the cvsextras commits: no?
Being more paranoid with EPEL.Feel free to flip the switches if it doesn't make
much of a difference.
Changing version to '9' as part of upcoming Fedora 9 GA.
More information and reason for this action is here:
Hi! What's the status of this? I can't see qemu built in epel5, nor epel5 testing, nor in plague.
If it's not built yet, would you mind if I built it?
In case yes, please ensure that you'll include changeset r2581 once you import the package. I am currently using 0.9.0 from some CentOS repository (I think it's centos extras) which predates revision 2581 and networking doesn't work for my guest machine.
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