Fedora update archives anywhere?
torriem at gmail.com
Mon Jun 9 12:56:10 MDT 2014
On 06/09/2014 06:48 AM, Brian J. Rogers wrote:
> I did a search as well and couldn't find anything. My recommendation would
> be to remove wine, download PlayOnLinux
> <http://www.playonlinux.com/en/download.html> then install the version of
> wine you want. Even when updates come out it won't update what version of
> wine you select for your applications. It's helped me maintain the specific
> wine config I need to play a few games.
Brilliant. I grabbed their tarball of wine for 1.7.8 and it worked nicely.
I know the spec files and such are in a repository, but I still wonder
why they don't keep an archive of the actual rpms. Because sometimes
regressions do happen, and this would be the quickest way to roll back
the package. Granted this is the first time I've ever needed to do a
rollback like this. Guess if I'd snapshotted my btrfs filesystem I
could have rolled back. In the case of wine, it seems like probably
having a dedicated version of wine tucked away somewhere, just for this
one app, is probably the best bet anyway. I'd report this as a
regression to the wine folks, but tracking it down over 10 releases
would be a bigger job than I want to tackle. I might make a note on the
app db though.
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