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epel-5 tracking bug for mediatomb: see blocks bug list for full details of the security issue(s).
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If at all possible, this should be made to use the system libupnp library so that future vulnerabilities in libupnp do not require a rebuild of this package.
Can this be fixed and in the way that Vincent noted in Comment 2?
We can't use system libupnp, but it looks like they may have addressed this is git. I'm not 100% sure.
Do you have an update on this issue?
I don't, I've not had time to look at the code properly.
Any update on this bug?
Not so far, no.
On March 31, 2017, Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 5 will move out of
"Production Phase 3". At this point various rebuilds will be ending
support for EL-5 and EPEL will be archiving EPEL-5.
What this means is the following:
1. EPEL-5 (/pub/epel/5/, /pub/epel/testing/5/) will be copied to
2. Mirrors that mirror archives will pick up EPEL-5 in it new location.
3. Mirrormanager will point to those location as the canonical places.
4. Koji will be set to no compose for EPEL-5. This effectively stops
builds from getting 'pushed' to the trees.
5. The data in /pub/epel/5 and /pub/epel/testing/5/ will be removed
and will disappear from mirrors.
Because 2017-03-31 is a Friday, these changes will occur during the next week.