Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 969597
Lots of references to 'cryptsetup-luks' should probably just be 'cryptsetup'
Last modified: 2015-05-29 12:06:37 EDT
blivet code has the 'cryptsetup-luks' package in it quite a lot:
[adamw@adam blivet (master %)]$ grep -R cryptsetup-luks *
blivet/devices.py: _packages = ["cryptsetup-luks"]
blivet/formats/luks.py: _packages = ["cryptsetup-luks"] # required packages
updates/run/install/updates/blivet/devices.py: _packages = ["cryptsetup-luks"]
there isn't actually a cryptsetup-luks package any more, though. It got consolidated into cryptsetup, and cryptsetup now Provides: cryptsetup-luks .
So it'd be cleaner for blivet just to list 'cryptsetup' rather than 'cryptsetup-luks' - in theory the Provides: cryptsetup-luks might go away at some point, and it would also be clearer for people looking at the code and wondering why comps lists 'cryptsetup' instead of 'cryptsetup-luks', to give a COMPLETELY RANDOM EXAMPLE :)
This bug appears to have been reported against 'rawhide' during the Fedora 20 development cycle.
Changing version to '20'.
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