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Re: SL -> LS pain
- Subject: Re: SL -> LS pain
- From: "Chris Travers" <..hidden..>
- Date: Sun, 22 Apr 2007 10:29:26 -0700
I think for 1.3, maybe taking the dependencies out of the RPM and
offering a tgz of dependencies might be a good thing.
On 4/22/07, Phil Rhoades <..hidden..> wrote:
See inline comments:
On Mon, 2007-04-23 at 02:47 +1000, Ashley J Gittins wrote:
> On Mon, 23 Apr 2007, Phil Rhoades wrote:
> > but I can't find a perl-Config-Std rpm anywhere (I installed
> > perl-Config* but that didn't help) . .
> Hi Phil,
> I had the same problem on FC6. After some googling I found this package via
> It seemed to do the job. IIRC I think it required the perl-version package as
> well, but that one is in extras or core so no problem there.
Thanks for that!
Did you actually get all the way through and successfully start
operating LS? - now I am getting failures with Build - SL2LS.pl creates
ledger-smb.conf but it appears it should be ledgersmb.conf . I have
tried copying it from ledgersmb.conf.default as well but then I get a
different set of results & failures . .
> I agree with you though, it is painful to deal with perl packages on
> fedora/redhat if you are trying to do things "the distro way" by sticking to
> rpms. If anyone has tips on how to manage this (just installing via cpan
> isn't really "managing" it) I'd love to hear them - hopefully there is some
> trick to using cpan to magically create rpm's or something :-)
Have to be lucky I think!
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