RE : is Oscar dead?
I'm porting oscar to centos 6.2, but I must admit I feel alone as Geoffroy is overloaded and has no spare time
Having help on porting oscar to centos 6.2 would be greatly apreciated.
So far, I've been able to reach the create client image step, but I'm stuck in this step as systemimage-oscar
has a problem with
/var/lib/systemimager/images/≤imagename>/etc/systemconfig/systemconfig.conf. The line
[KERNEL0] is not generated and thus the process fails.
I'm also stuck with modules-oscar rpm creation as it's very hugly. you need to be root to build it and it
modifies system files, and upon successfull build, it restores the modified files (/etc/bashrc and the likes.
I'm using epel repository as much as I can to avoid maintaning old rpms that could conflict with centos-6.2
(python2.2 while centos ships with 2.6 and so one).
1st of those packages were ganglia and torque. no value added in maintaining a generic ganglia or torque in
oscar while a maintained version exists in epel (fedora packages for RHEL likes).
De : Gerald Henriksen [ghenriks@...]
Date d'envoi : vendredi 15 juin 2012 00:05
À : oscar-devel@...
Objet : [Oscar-devel] is Oscar dead?
The consensus on the users list is that Oscar is dead, anyone on this
list feel otherwise?