[OpenAFS] RPM questions
Tue, 20 Dec 2005 10:19:38 -0500
Leroy Tennison <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> I have installed OpenAFS on Linux using the following:
> openafs-1.4.0-fc3.1.i386.rpm I assume this is a 'base' rpm
> openafs-client-1.4.0-fc3.1.i386.rpm I assume this is client functionality
> openafs-docs-1.4.0-fc3.1.i386.rpm Documentation, not sure I even
> needed it
> openafs-kernel-1.4.0-2.6.9_1.667_1.i586.rpm I assume its the
> kernel "connectivity"
> Am I correct in my assumptions?
> Didn't use these, what are they for?
Compatibility symlinks with Transarc/IBM AFS paths (/usr/afsws)
The KAserver kpasswd program
The Krb5 programs, aklog, asetkey, etc.
> Is there a rationale for supplying only Fedora/Red Hat on Linux?
Because that's all I have/care about, and nobody has asked me to
support anything else and provided me the resources to support
> If I want to run OpenAFS on SuSE do I have to compile from source or can
> I use the Red Hat kernel version (assuming there is one) of OpenAFS
> corresponding to the SuSE kernel?
Unclear.. I've /tried/ to make the SPEC file general enough that
you could rebuild it on any RPM based system.. So you SHOULD be
able to rebuild the code on SuSE. You DEFINITELY need to rebuild
the kernel module. You MAY need to rebuild the user-space.
Derek Atkins, SB '93 MIT EE, SM '95 MIT Media Laboratory
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