I would like to fork the almalinux/leapp-repositories repo, make some
tweaks, rebuild the RPMs, and install them along side the leapp
dependencies in the Almalinux elevate repo at
I understand how to rebuild the RPM. The problem I am running into is
related to versioning. The yum repository I mentioned says that the
leapp-upgrade-el7toel8-* rpm major versions are 0.16.0. I noticed also that
there are a few of these RPMs in there with build numbers appended to the
end (see attached image). The almalinux/leapp-repositories git repository
does contain a v0.16.0 tag but that tag is on a commit from over a year ago
and I see that the v.0.16.0 RPMs in the yum repository are receiving
regular updates with these build numbers (one was uploaded this week).
The RPM produced from the v0.16.0 tag locally does not work with the other
dependencies in the yum repo although I am able to get it to work when I
rebuild all of the leapp RPMs (which I want to avoid). I would like to
understand how to build the newer v0.16.0 RPM with the updated build
numbers present in the yum repos. I don't see any tagging or branches in
the github repositories for these
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From: Jude DaShiell <jdashiel(a)panix.com>
Date: Sat, Nov 19, 2022 at 7:15 AM
Subject: [orca] AlmaLinux 9.1 released
For us screen reader users, you want the dvd images since these are the
only ones with the accessibility stack immediately available. This after
a bittorrent download turned out to be quick research since .manifest
files for all three flavors of almalinux came as a result of the
Jude <jdashiel at panix dot com> "There are four boxes to be used in
defense of liberty:
soap, ballot, jury, and ammo. Please use in that order."
-Ed Howdershelt (Author, 1940)
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Orca wiki: https://wiki.gnome.org/Projects/Orca
Orca documentation: https://help.gnome.org/users/orca/stable/
GNOME Universal Access guide:
Subject: Can I use the Elevate tool to migrate my CentOS 7.9 with
Virtualmin/Webmin to AlmaLinux 9.0?
Good day from Singapore,
I understand both CentOS Linux and AlmaLinux follow Red Hat Enterprise
I have 2 CentOS 7.9 Linux virtual private servers (VPS) in Europe.
They are running Virtualmin/Webmin web hosting control panel in master
and slave configuration.
Unfortunately, the end of life (EOL) date for CentOS 7.9 is 30 June
2024, which is less than 2 years away.
Can I use the Elevate tool to migrate my CentOS 7.9 with
Virtualmin/Webmin to AlmaLinux 9.0? Is it technically impossible or
will result in too many complications?
Should I install AlmaLinux 9.0 from fresh and then install Virtualmin
instead? If I choose this route, I will need to ask Virtualmin
developers how I can migrate the web hosting control panel from CentOS
7.9 to AlmaLinux 9.0.
Mr. Turritopsis Dohrnii Teo En Ming
Targeted Individual in Singapore
What is the status of the certbot packages? They can't be
installed now as they all depend on python3.6.
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We've just been bit by some libvirt updates in our project (Apache
Cloudstack) which basically broke basic functionality on AlmaLinux 8.4.
I expected the same problem to happen on RockyLinux 8.4, however turns
out the libvirt on this one was an older version and not even "yum
update" changed this.
On closer investigation I noticed Rocky actually ships 5 "virt" modules,
according to "yum module info virt", my Alma test box only ships one,
which is also very up to date.
No actual complaints here, but can someone explain to me why the
discrepancy? Didn't use EL8 much, but expected all "clones" to be more
or less identical, but turns out there are differences that matter.