package (tinyca2) not longer present in F15, what to do about it?
>> I should note, however, that tinyca2 development appears dead upstream.
>> It last saw a release on July 25, 2006! So chances are good that it's no
>> longer safe for inclusion in Fedora.
>Or maybe it just does a job, does it well, and needs no frenetic
>change for the sake of change?
If you need an alternative, I've been using XCA for quite some time. It's on either Fedora or rpmfusion repositories.
s, Fernando Lozano
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