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Fedora Core 4 Update: db4-4.3.27-5.fc4 Print E-mail
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Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Fedora Updated package.
Fedora Update Notification

Product     : Fedora Core 4
Name        : db4
Version     : 4.3.27                      
Release     : 5.fc4                  
Summary     : The Berkeley DB database library (version 4) for C.
Description :
The Berkeley Database (Berkeley DB) is a programmatic toolkit that
provides embedded database support for both traditional and
client/server applications. The Berkeley DB includes B+tree, Extended
Linear Hashing, Fixed and Variable-length record access methods,
transactions, locking, logging, shared memory caching, and database
recovery. The Berkeley DB supports C, C++, Java, and Perl APIs. It is
used by many applications, including Python and Perl, so this should
be installed on all systems.


* Mon Mar 13 2006 Jindrich Novy  4.3.27-5.fc4
- don't package /usr/share/doc/images in the main db4 package
  and move it to db4-devel (#33328)
- move db4-devel, db4-tcl, db4-java to Development/Libraries
  group instead of System Environment/Libraries (#54320)
- BuildPrereq -> BuildRequires, don't use RPM_SOURCE_DIR,
  Obsoletes db3, db2
- apply x86_64 fix from Henrik Nordstrom (#184588)
- package libraries, don't list files twice in filelist (#184595)
- add fno-strict-aliasing (#168965)
* Tue May 17 2005 Paul Nasrat  4.3.27-4
- /usr/lib/tls/ix86 dirs (#151371)

This update can be downloaded from:

ef05957a9a2bf27b87873fb83124f11eb069f271  SRPMS/db4-4.3.27-5.fc4.src.rpm
7a36a4fc3f9147000c2d43b5ed1ca31b98506469  ppc/db4-4.3.27-5.fc4.ppc.rpm
66825fa6e004947a5c57831a07cf6a0006250543  ppc/db4-utils-4.3.27-5.fc4.ppc.rpm
beb235265f7ee45e5d0136157ba5716204ee5d46  ppc/db4-devel-4.3.27-5.fc4.ppc.rpm
06eb51876282ac41b53335a052c38d13ac70a610  ppc/db4-tcl-4.3.27-5.fc4.ppc.rpm
922786e56a3b27a9c41d68cc8f599b07457b808e  ppc/debug/db4-debuginfo-4.3.27-5.fc4.ppc.rpm
708bcf9d944b03bccc329e54af0bfdcd8a29e79e  x86_64/db4-4.3.27-5.fc4.x86_64.rpm
72d1daec0462605210e6b3a64998bd5961f9674f  x86_64/db4-utils-4.3.27-5.fc4.x86_64.rpm
08bdffa5efcaf862b0edb009cbde027944291366  x86_64/db4-devel-4.3.27-5.fc4.x86_64.rpm
b5f0a19a700f39c3a462052a61e1a54cd0585a47  x86_64/db4-tcl-4.3.27-5.fc4.x86_64.rpm
10a7e79643c9d538507f1bcc30d18bea3fc229c3  x86_64/debug/db4-debuginfo-4.3.27-5.fc4.x86_64.rpm
e30e74ce28c7be2f158b18c3d0f77888fd65aa7c  i386/db4-4.3.27-5.fc4.i386.rpm
914e7737dff53a3f58a828b2252755fd4dffe49d  i386/db4-utils-4.3.27-5.fc4.i386.rpm
55f1f8576add0ada6c7353dc3eb977f873072b7f  i386/db4-devel-4.3.27-5.fc4.i386.rpm
ec6066285faa80910a4aa89375ffd5499afb8e17  i386/db4-tcl-4.3.27-5.fc4.i386.rpm
a30c5e8233e2861fbdc1be0707657627b919838f  i386/debug/db4-debuginfo-4.3.27-5.fc4.i386.rpm

This update can be installed with the 'yum' update program.  Use 'yum update
package-name' at the command line.  For more information, refer to 'Managing
Software with yum,' available at

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