[OpenAFS] installing on CentOS

Jason Edgecombe jason@rampaginggeek.com
Wed, 06 Jan 2010 08:29:06 -0500

Simon Wilkinson wrote:
>> You can try compiling your own kmod RPMs, but I can't recall the
>> invocation to build it.
> rpmbuild -ba --define "fedorakmod 1" \
>          --define "build_modules 1" \
>          --define "build_userspace 0" \
>          --define "osvers el5" \
>          openafs-1.4.11-1.src.rpm
> will build a kernel module for the currently running kernel.
>> Another problem is you'll have to deal with RPM signatures (i.e. add
>> your own, or tell yum to ignore them or trust your key).
> You don't need signed rpms for yum, certainly not in RHEL. It will
> tell you that it's installing an unsigned RPM, but will happily go
> ahead and do so anyway.
Thanks, I should have said that yum may not install an RPM that isn't
signed, depending on your yum config.