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Fedora Core 5 Update: db4-4.3.29-3.fc5 Print E-mail
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Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Fedora Updated package.
Fedora Update Notification

Product     : Fedora Core 5
Name        : db4
Version     : 4.3.29                      
Release     : 3.fc5                  
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.


* Fri Mar 24 2006 Jindrich Novy  4.3.29-3.fc5
- release FC5 update
- drop useless java, lfs patches
* Mon Mar 13 2006 Jindrich Novy  4.3.29-3
- apply x86_64 fix from Henrik Nordstrom (#184588)
- don't nuke non-versioned archives twice

This update can be downloaded from:

d7b9ffb0284e44eb8fd3befeb2a968820f74ebde  SRPMS/db4-4.3.29-3.fc5.src.rpm
b666e455517354170da9171fe8e8c417d5f70aa0  ppc/db4-4.3.29-3.fc5.ppc.rpm
e3c5081264c1a8696cff8a95f4035e0e1fc4226f  ppc/db4-utils-4.3.29-3.fc5.ppc.rpm
92567232a912e33fc2b27a872c94a29d421a2c56  ppc/db4-devel-4.3.29-3.fc5.ppc.rpm
883beb79384c4559ddd8b2fc05723553270c332a  ppc/db4-tcl-4.3.29-3.fc5.ppc.rpm
01535924a1da14dee94a90285abff9471b9ab587  ppc/db4-java-4.3.29-3.fc5.ppc.rpm
2efa7ee68873f169cc1a0f1f64d6e9bcd05711ff  ppc/debug/db4-debuginfo-4.3.29-3.fc5.ppc.rpm
8653f1661ed860de9cfe639528a4634132fb6af0  x86_64/db4-4.3.29-3.fc5.x86_64.rpm
a3cf5a786f17251f9c886f51a4e2f8455dcf9bd5  x86_64/db4-utils-4.3.29-3.fc5.x86_64.rpm
f7d194890740530b61af6c88b90f033c6992e3f7  x86_64/db4-devel-4.3.29-3.fc5.x86_64.rpm
0412507816b6438da2046f297ffeaaa5042fe92a  x86_64/db4-tcl-4.3.29-3.fc5.x86_64.rpm
089eba80f684c0b308c3860248a5a14c5d8d6871  x86_64/db4-java-4.3.29-3.fc5.x86_64.rpm
cef2f8ab830e18aa603a8aadc88cefae90832f3b  x86_64/debug/db4-debuginfo-4.3.29-3.fc5.x86_64.rpm
ecb2910b21e2d0fb054c2e55ad3ab8b43f7f8197  i386/db4-4.3.29-3.fc5.i386.rpm
d82ca7b4082767e818851cf848431df42626cb46  i386/db4-utils-4.3.29-3.fc5.i386.rpm
e4f19078daec6c078621f47c95174ed80a26ec7a  i386/db4-devel-4.3.29-3.fc5.i386.rpm
474d10bbf4e9fe5775cb59afb038e4568f1fac53  i386/db4-tcl-4.3.29-3.fc5.i386.rpm
4a99537b487457aac85d4599ed692fb41ada4b4c  i386/db4-java-4.3.29-3.fc5.i386.rpm
aa38264679e45ea6bf214493631cbb2f85fa8716  i386/debug/db4-debuginfo-4.3.29-3.fc5.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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