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Changes between Initial Version and Version 1 of Ticket #3006


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Timestamp:
01/21/21 12:30:29 (10 months ago)
Author:
Antoine Martin
Comment:

It is in my view that for the Centos 7.9 distribution, perhaps python2-lz4 should be included?

Correct. I'm not sure why it didn't get rebuilt automatically when we moved from CentOS 7.8 to 7.9. I have uploaded a rebuild, please close if that works for you.

The build system will be overhauled soon. Hopefully it will avoid omissions like this one.

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  • Ticket #3006

    • Property Owner changed from Antoine Martin to Caleb Khor
  • Ticket #3006 – Description

    initial v1  
    22I've noticed the following for the packaging for Centos 7.x versions of xpra:
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    4 Centos 7.6: lz4 and python2-lz4 are from xpra. Latest xpra version is 3.0.13.
    5 Centos 7.7: lz4 and python2-lz4 are from xpra. Latest xpra version is 3.0.9
    6 Centos 7.8: python2-lz4 is from xpra. lz4 is absent. latest xpra version is 3.0.13
    7 Centos 7.9: python2-lz4 and lz4 are both absent. latest xpra version is 3.0.13
     4* Centos 7.6: lz4 and python2-lz4 are from xpra. Latest xpra version is 3.0.13.
     5* Centos 7.7: lz4 and python2-lz4 are from xpra. Latest xpra version is 3.0.9
     6* Centos 7.8: python2-lz4 is from xpra. lz4 is absent. latest xpra version is 3.0.13
     7* Centos 7.9: python2-lz4 and lz4 are both absent. latest xpra version is 3.0.13
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    9 It seems that the version of python2-lz4 (2.2.1) is critical for xpra to work, not so for lz4, as it can be swapped with the system version.
     9It seems that the version of `python2-lz4` (2.2.1) is critical for xpra to work, not so for lz4, as it can be swapped with the system version.
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    1111While 3.0.13 largely worked on Centos 7.9, there is a bug when xpra shadow is invoked (both via the command line and gui), the xpra session just crashes after a while during launch. It just terminates itself without any reason, and UNKNOWN sessions were created (which of course cleaned up later). It seems that restoring python2-lz4 (2.2.1) (obtained from the other distros) makes it work again.
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    1313It is in my view that for the Centos 7.9 distribution, perhaps python2-lz4 should be included?
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