On Tue, Jan 8, 2019 at 11:11 AM Leo David <leoalex(a)gmail.com> wrote:
Thank you very mucjh, and sorry for being so lazy to search for that
by myself. Somehow, fedora rpms missed from my mind.
Oh boy, it requires a lot of packages. Do you think would it be a good
idea to temporarily install fedora repos, do the yum installation to get
the dependencoes too and then disable the repo ? I am thinking to not break
the ovirt node installation.
yum localinstall spice-server-0.14.1-1.fc30.x86_64.rpm
Fedora 30 corresponds to rawhide at this moment... and the beta for Fedora
30 is expected in April...
So I wouldn't go with these kind of packages right now.
The real question in my opinion is why the just released (30 October
actually) Fedora 29 has 0.14.0 and does not include 0.14.1 of spice server
that has been released 7 months ago and is considered the stable one from
So I would open an RFE to Fedora 29 and to RHEL 7 (and so inherited by
CentOS too) for pushing 0.14.1 into their stable repos