[OpenAFS] RPM questions
Wed, 21 Dec 2005 08:43:52 -0800
There are also some minor issues with the /etc/sysconfig/afs-client and
/etc/init.d/afs-server and afs-client scripts.
Here slightly modified SuSE scripts are used.
BTW SuSE ships Ken Hornstein's kit as an afs-integration kit.
If transarc paths are used, all of the afs files are under /usr/afs or
usr/vice making updating and troubleshooting fairly simple without
relying on rpms.
SuSE uses the Linux standard paths which don't relate to the paths in
the IBM documentation.
Derek Atkins wrote:
>Ahh.. So you have no clue about whether what I said is correct
>or not (about rebuilding the OpenAFS-distributed SRPM).. Got it.
>ted creedon <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
>>Source code tarball. The SuSE srpm is v 1.3.78 (not 1.3.87 as prev
>>mentioned) and shouldn't be used.
>>AFS revisions are moving too fast for SuSe to support. Their policy is
>>to release the latest stable release that is in effect at their release
>>time and not update to later stable releases.
>>Derek Atkins wrote:
>>>ted creedon <email@example.com> writes:
>>>>Recompile always works on SuSE. 10.0 ships with 1.3.87 which is obsolete.
>>>When you say "recompile always works on SuSE" do you mean recompiling
>>>the OpenAFS-distributed SRPM or do you mean recompiling the source
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