libxcrypt 4.4.18-2 (aarch64;znver1;x86_64) 2021-13835
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Submitter tpgxyz [@T] gmail.com
Platform 4.2
Repository main
URL https://abf.openmandriva.org/build_lists/34860
Packages
lib64crypt-devel-4.4.18-2.aarch64.binary
lib64crypt-static-devel-4.4.18-2.aarch64.binary
lib64crypt1-4.4.18-2.aarch64.binary
lib64crypt1-debuginfo-4.4.18-2.aarch64.debuginfo
libxcrypt-4.4.18-2.aarch64.source
libxcrypt-debugsource-4.4.18-2.aarch64.binary
lib64crypt-devel-4.4.18-2.znver1.binary
lib64crypt-static-devel-4.4.18-2.znver1.binary
lib64crypt1-4.4.18-2.znver1.binary
lib64crypt1-debuginfo-4.4.18-2.znver1.debuginfo
libcrypt-devel-4.4.18-2.znver1.binary
libcrypt-static-devel-4.4.18-2.znver1.binary
libcrypt1-4.4.18-2.znver1.binary
libcrypt1-debuginfo-4.4.18-2.znver1.debuginfo
libxcrypt-4.4.18-2.znver1.source
libxcrypt-debugsource-4.4.18-2.znver1.binary
lib64crypt-devel-4.4.18-2.x86_64.binary
lib64crypt-static-devel-4.4.18-2.x86_64.binary
lib64crypt1-4.4.18-2.x86_64.binary
lib64crypt1-debuginfo-4.4.18-2.x86_64.debuginfo
libcrypt-devel-4.4.18-2.x86_64.binary
libcrypt-static-devel-4.4.18-2.x86_64.binary
libcrypt1-4.4.18-2.x86_64.binary
libcrypt1-debuginfo-4.4.18-2.x86_64.debuginfo
libxcrypt-4.4.18-2.x86_64.source
libxcrypt-debugsource-4.4.18-2.x86_64.binary
Build Date 2021-03-30 07:38:57 +0000 UTC
Last Updated 2021-04-07 18:26:32.554416841 +0000 UTC
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commit 933105b38a022bdb61106751c0987fa53c08b896
Merge: 87c8a5e 8064b5f
Author:     Tomasz PaweĊ‚ Gajc <tpgxyz@gmail.com>
AuthorDate: Tue Mar 30 09:28:08 2021 +0200
Commit:     GitHub <noreply@github.com>
CommitDate: Tue Mar 30 09:28:08 2021 +0200

    Merge pull request #3 from OpenMandrivaAssociation/master
    
    Sync

 .abf.yml       |  2 +-
 libxcrypt.spec | 26 +++++---------------------
 2 files changed, 6 insertions(+), 22 deletions(-)
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On your 4.2/aarch64;znver1;x86_64 machine, enable the updates-testing repository for main. Then urpmi.update -a and urpmi the affected packages.
When you're done, you can use urpmi --downgrade to revert back to previous versions.
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