[OpenAFS] OpenAFS and RHEL5 Server 64-bit?
Derrick J Brashear
Tue, 7 Aug 2007 16:31:36 -0400 (EDT)
1.5 isn't recommended version on linux at this time.
see my last mail.
On Tue, 7 Aug 2007, Scott Ehrlich wrote:
> On Tue, 7 Aug 2007, Lundgren, Andrew wrote:
>> If you are using 1.5, I found that it did not
>> compile on Linux without
>> messing with some ifdefs. The 1.4 version
>> compiles however and from
>> what I understand, it is the version that you
>> should use for Linux. If
>> you are talking about problems with 1.4, then I
>> can't help ya.
> That is looking better. The OpenAFS site does
> not seem to have an rpm available. Only source?
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>>> Subject: [OpenAFS] OpenAFS and RHEL5 Server
>>> I have some dual-boot XP/CentOS 5 systems that
>>> I want to
>>> authenticate to a
>>> server running RHEL 5 Server 64-bit edition,
>>> unpatched. I
>>> want central
>>> authentication from the server, so the same
>>> home directory
>>> will appear for any account created on the
>>> server, regardless
>>> of whether the user is logging into the Windows
>>> or Linux
>>> side, even for simultaneous logins.
>>> I obtained the latest OpenAFS source from
>>> openafs.org, but
>>> compiling crashed.
>>> What am I missing?
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