feedback on building latest branch_1_1 on sles10
listuser at peternixon.net
Sat Feb 17 09:20:11 CET 2007
On Sat 17 Feb 2007 02:12, Markus Krause wrote:
> Hi developers!
> As it seems that 1.1.5 will be released soon (see below ;-)) here some
> feedback on building the latest cvs branch_1_1. If you don't need
> ('cause you do this on your own often enough) please let me know, i
> don't want to steal your time, just want to contribute (and if it's
> only some testing ...)
> So what i did: Just pulled branch_1_1 from cvs and tried to build on
> SLES10 (32bit), using the suse/freeradius.spec i found to things:
> Version: 1.1.3
> shouldn't that be at least 1.1.4?
> the following line refuses the building as the file "otppasswd.sample"
> is not found:
> %attr(640,-,radiusd) /etc/raddb/otppasswd.sample
> after commenting out this line the build runs without problems.
> installing the rpm-package: i got a working freeradius server using
> ldap (auth,autz), mysql (auth,acct), rlm_perl, eap with usage of
> realms seems to run without problems. so, great work, go on! ;-)
> if i can help in some way (testing etc., can do this on sles10, debian
> on macosx if needed) please let me know, otherwise just ignore this
> message ;-)
Thanks for your testing. I had infact updated the spec file on the openSUSE
buildservice for 1.1.4 when it was released but had not remembered to commit
these changes to cvs. I have now done so.
I am glad you had no further problems with the spec file after fixing these
issues. I go to allot of trouble to make sure that the spec builds cleanly
on all released versions of SUSE, although the initial spec work was infact
done by SUSE themselves and I just modified it. (SUSE has been shipping
freeradius since the epoc)
I don't actually currently build branch_1_1 on the Build Service, but the
latest release as well as CVS head snapshots (which I update every week or
so) are available in the network:aaa project. I myself run SLES10 in
production and have customers running FreeRADIUS on SUSE versions as far
back as 8 so while all testing is appreciated I don't expect you will find
any further issues on SLES10. If you do manage to find something I will buy
you a beer next LinuxTag! ;-)
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