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openvpn-devel-2.4.7-1.el7 RPM for aarch64

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Name: openvpn-devel Distribution: Fedora Project
Version: 2.4.7 Vendor: Fedora Project
Release: 1.el7 Build date: Wed Feb 20 16:28:32 2019
Group: Applications/Internet Build host:
Size: 85063 Source RPM: openvpn-2.4.7-1.el7.src.rpm
Packager: Fedora Project
Summary: Development headers and examples for OpenVPN plug-ins
OpenVPN can be extended through the --plugin option, which provides
possibilities to add specialized authentication, user accounting,
packet filtering and related features.  These plug-ins need to be
written in C and provides a more low-level and information rich access
to similar features as the various script-hooks.






* Wed Feb 20 2019 David Sommerseth <> - 2.4.7-1
  - Updating to upstream OpenVPN 2.4.7
* Thu Apr 26 2018 David Sommerseth <> - 2.4.6-1
  - Updating to upstream, openvpn-2.4.6
* Thu Mar 01 2018 David Sommerseth <> - 2.4.5-1
  - Updating to upstream, openvpn-2.4.5
  - Package upstream ChangeLog, which contains a bit more details than Changes.rst
  - Cleaned up spec file further, removed Group: tag, trimmed changelog section,
    added gcc to BuildRequires.
  - Excluded not relevant file, README.mbedtls
  - Package upstream version of README.systemd
  - Fix wrong group owner of /etc/openvpn/{client,server} (rhbz#1526743)
  - Changed crypto self-test to test AES-{128,256}-{CBC,GCM} instead of only BF-CBC (deprecated)
  - Change /run/openvpn-{client,server} permissions to be 0750 instead of 0710, with group set to openvpn
* Thu Jan 25 2018 Igor Gnatenko <> - 2.4.4-2
  - Fix systemd executions/requirements
* Tue Sep 26 2017 David Sommerseth <> - 2.4.4-1
  - Update to upstream openvpn-2.4.4
  - Includes fix for possible stack overflow if --key-method 1 is used {CVE-2017-12166}
  - Build against Fedora EPEL lz4 compression library
  - Build with long running test cases
  - Use %{name} instead of the openvpn string in a few directory paths
* Wed Jun 21 2017 David Sommerseth <> - 2.4.3-1
  - Updating to upstream openvpn-2.4.3
  - Fix remotely-triggerable ASSERT() on malformed IPv6 packet {CVE-2017-7508}
  - Prevent two kinds of stack buffer OOB reads and a crash for invalid input data {CVE-2017-7520}
  - Fix potential double-free in --x509-alt-username {CVE-2017-7521}
  - Fix remote-triggerable memory leaks {CVE-2017-7521}
  - Ensure OpenVPN systemd services are restarted upon upgrades
  - Verify PGP signature of source tarball as part of package building
* Thu May 11 2017 David Sommerseth <> - 2.4.2-2
  - Install and take ownership of /run/openvpn-{client,server} (rhbz#1444601)
  - Install and take ownership of /var/lib/openvpn (rhbz#922786)
  - Re-enable --enable-x509-alt-username (rhbz#1443942)
* Thu May 11 2017 David Sommerseth <> - 2.4.2-1
  - Update to upstream openvpn-2.4.2
* Mon Apr 03 2017 David Sommerseth <> - 2.4.1-2
  - Splitting out -devel files into a separate package
  - Removed several contrib and sample files which makes is not
    strictly needed in this package.
  - Use systemd-rpm macros (rhbz#850257)
  - Updated openvpn@.service to use Type=notify instead of Type=forking (rhbz#1435831)
    BEWARE: openvpn@.service is DEPRECATED.
  - Added README.systemd describing new systemd unit files (openvpn-client/server@.service)
  - Lots of packaging cleanups
  - build: Enable tests runs by default, long running tests can
    be disabled with "--without tests_long"
  - build: Removed defined %{plugins} macro not in use
* Thu Mar 23 2017 David Sommerseth <> - 2.4.1-1
  - Updating to upstream release, v2.4.1
  - Removed no-functional ./configure options
  - Use upstream tmfiles.d/openvpn
  - Package newer openvpn-client/server@.service unit files
  - Fedora EPEL exception: Re-introduce --tls-remote feature
  - Package management-notes.txt, describing the management interface
* Thu Feb 09 2017 Jon Ciesla <> 2.4.0-1
  - 2.4.0.



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