New RHEL and Fedora package maintainer
Stefan.Paetow at ja.net
Fri May 23 23:02:36 CEST 2014
If you're building for CentOS and RHEL, I would advise using the official SPEC from RHEL (visit git://pkgs.fedoraproject.org/freeradius.git for it). This is what Nick and before him John worked from, and which I also pull from. There are several patches that are applied on RHEL specifically.
Arran, Alan D, perhaps we should merge some of those bits back. I can send over a pull request on Tuesday when I'm back in the office.
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Subject: Re: New RHEL and Fedora package maintainer
On Thu, May 22, 2014 at 8:28 PM, <adrian.p.smith at bt.com<mailto:adrian.p.smith at bt.com>> wrote:
Would love to see some freely available RPMs of the latest version of FreeRadius.
I finally have a chance to test opensuse's build service for freeradius, and it's pretty cool :)
It also supports granting permission to manage a project to other users (similar to what ubuntu ppa does)
Two fixes needed for the build (pull request submitted on github). Resulting centos RPMs from the test:
Now if only someone has the time to:
- manage the builds
- add other distros, especially RPM-based one (e.g. no packages for *suse so far)
- manage the "freeradius" account on opensuse's build service
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