Rafiu Fakunle | 2 Aug 18:18 2007

New Samba Version

Hi,

I've committed a new version of samba to the repository pending the next
point release of OF. If you're interested in testing:

conary update samba=openfiler.rpath.org <at> rpl:devel/3.0.25

R.
Dave Johnson | 15 Aug 04:32 2007
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libgcrypt in heartbeat package. . .

It looks like the heartbeat package contains a home-rolled libgcrypt which makes resolving dependancies impossible (?) for those of us (painfully) trying to pass enough shamen dust over conary hoping for a development system to emerge from the other side.  I'm not completely understanding of conary (yet) so I might be wrong, but if not, is there some reason for hard-coding libgcrypt in there ?
 
Thanks,
 
-=dave
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Rafiu M. Fakunle | 15 Aug 12:23 2007

Re: libgcrypt in heartbeat package. . .

Hey, 

----- "Dave Johnson" <dj4904 <at> hotmail.com> wrote:
> It looks like the heartbeat package contains a home-rolled libgcrypt
> which makes resolving dependancies impossible (?) for those of us
> (painfully) trying to pass enough shamen dust over conary hoping for a
> development system to emerge from the other side.  I'm not completely
> understanding of conary (yet) so I might be wrong, but if not, is
> there some reason for hard-coding libgcrypt in there ?

A compatible libgcrypt can be found in the contrib.rpath.org <at> rpl:1 label. What you trying to do? What
problem(s) are you having? 

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R.
Dave Johnson | 15 Aug 19:33 2007
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Re: libgcrypt in heartbeat package. . .

I'm trying to build a dev system (the tough part it seems) to primarily add 
an MRTG feature to log/graph daily dir tree usage that includes number of 
files, size of files in tree.   This should be pretty easy.

Later delusions of grandeur include experiment with trying to get FUSE with 
ZFS working for the basic core OF functionality (hard, and not expecting 
much success... more of a learning experience really but who knows), and 
(this is where you can cover your ears Rafiu ;) experiment with getting OF 
to run with Dom0 functionality (very hard while keeping the other 
specialized device and services support in the current OF kernel).

Additionally, I'd like to experiment with adding few usability features that 
continue to make OF nearly impossible for a lamen to setup.  Granted these 
usabiltity features are less core binary related and more UI related so I 
could pretty much do that part with a regular OF installation but then I 
digress...

-=dave

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Rafiu M. Fakunle" <rafiu <at> openfiler.com>
To: "Dave Johnson" <dj4904 <at> hotmail.com>
Cc: <Openfiler-devel <at> lists.openfiler.com>
Sent: Wednesday, August 15, 2007 3:23 AM
Subject: Re: [OF-devel] libgcrypt in heartbeat package. . .

> Hey,
>
> ----- "Dave Johnson" <dj4904 <at> hotmail.com> wrote:
>> It looks like the heartbeat package contains a home-rolled libgcrypt
>> which makes resolving dependancies impossible (?) for those of us
>> (painfully) trying to pass enough shamen dust over conary hoping for a
>> development system to emerge from the other side.  I'm not completely
>> understanding of conary (yet) so I might be wrong, but if not, is
>> there some reason for hard-coding libgcrypt in there ?
>
>
> A compatible libgcrypt can be found in the contrib.rpath.org <at> rpl:1 label. 
> What you trying to do? What problem(s) are you having?
>
>
> -- 
> R.
>
> 
Rafiu M. Fakunle | 16 Aug 12:14 2007

Re: libgcrypt in heartbeat package. . .


----- "Dave Johnson" <dj4904 <at> hotmail.com> wrote:
[...]
> 
> Additionally, I'd like to experiment with adding few usability
> features that 
> continue to make OF nearly impossible for a lamen to setup.  Granted
> these 
> usabiltity features are less core binary related and more UI related
> so I 
> could pretty much do that part with a regular OF installation but then
> I 
> digress...

Hehe, no kidding ;). What about libgcrypt? Where does that come into the picture? 

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-- 
R.
Dave Johnson | 21 Aug 11:49 2007
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Re: libgcrypt in heartbeat package. . .

"Rafiu M. Fakunle" <rafiu <at> openfiler.com>
> ----- "Dave Johnson" <dj4904 <at> hotmail.com> wrote:
> [...]
>> but then I digress...
>
> Hehe, no kidding ;). What about libgcrypt? Where does that come into the 
> picture?

my bad... i had things mixed up... trying to grab stuff from foresight linux 
and should have been looking in rp1:devel

s o r t e d

thanks !

-=dave 

Gmane