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On 02/28/2014 02:37 PM, Richard Hughes wrote:
On 28 February 2014 15:38, Tomas Mraz <tmraz(a)redhat.com>
> This should not break builds of any reasonably current software.
libgcrypt.so.11()(64bit) is needed by (installed)
I guess not much we can do there, other than maintain a compat
package -- right? :(
This is not an official solution, but I am now providing a COPR for
Rawhide installs that provides a compatibility library for libgcrypt.
Note: I have not tested it for any use other than making sure that
Google Chrome runs with it. I will try to keep it updated with any
security updates that come out for F20, but I make no promises. Use at
your own risk.
For the record, I am currently running successfully on Rawhide with
(For the record, this does not replace the standard libgcrypt; it
supplements it. So anything built normally in Koji will be linked with
the updated .so.20 version).
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