[OpenAFS] Linux afs client suggestions.

Derek Atkins warlord@MIT.EDU
Wed, 08 Nov 2006 18:06:16 -0500

Dan Pritts <danno@internet2.edu> writes:

> openafs.org won't necessarily issue RPMs for each and every RHEL point
> kernel release but rebuilding and making your own is not too hard; you'd
> just have to build your own openafs-kernel rpms that contained the module
> for the newest point release, put the new RPMs in a yum repo, and tell
> up2date (or yum if you went centos) where that yum repo was.

Just as a point of information, I do try to build for every point
release kernel, but I don't do it in a timely fashion.  But yes,
the RPMs are set up to EASILY rebuild against a new kernel.

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