[OpenAFS] installing OpenAFS-client on Ubuntu

Russ Allbery rra@stanford.edu
Sun, 29 Jan 2006 10:26:29 -0800

Ryan Propper <rpropper@stanford.edu> writes:

> I forgot to mention one intermediate step I had to perform, though I 
> don't know if it makes a difference.  (Apologies, but it slipped my mind!)

> During "sudo module-assistant auto-build openafs-modules" the setup
> failed about halfway through.  I checked the error log and found that
> the install script was trying to use gcc-3.4.  Since my machine only has
> GCC 4.0, I created the symbolic link "/usr/bin/gcc-3.4" to point to
> "/usr/bin/gcc".  Afterward, the rest of the steps described below worked
> normally.  Could this be related?

Ah!  Yes, if module-assistant is trying to use gcc-3.4, that probably
means that your kernel was built with gcc-3.4.  You have to build OpenAFS
with the same compiler that your kernel was built with.

Russ Allbery (rra@stanford.edu)             <http://www.eyrie.org/~eagle/>