Thanks and good luck to you too. I finally built that rpm and deployed it to my area.
Why don't you give it a try. Here's that link again ...
No sweat, I actually found the spec files in the source, but I have been sick as well so I didn't get far in building the rpms.
Hope you are getting well..
ChrisOn 4/10/07, Alex Karasulu <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:Hey Chris,
Sorry I've been really sick for the past couple days and could not get out of bed to build the RPM. Really my RH machine is dying and I need to rebuild it so this is a PITA.
I'll try to build and deploy the RPM today from a RH machine at work. Sorry for the inconvenience. Give me one hour.
AlexOn 4/8/07, Chris Custine < email@example.com> wrote:Alex,
You said something about rpms and I was wondering if you normally create rpms for releases. All of the servers that I would use a directory on are bare bones servers and lack X11 packages and I try to avoid installing them on servers like this. I am mainly just curious, but if you have spec files I can try to help maintain and test them.
ChrisOn 4/7/07, Enrique Rodriguez < firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:On 4/7/07, Alex Karasulu <email@example.com> wrote:
> Just curious did you use the Inno based Windows Installer (.exe) or an
> IzPack based jar?
I ran "java -jar apacheds-1.5.0-linux-i386-setup.jar" on FC 6.
> On 4/6/07, Enrique Rodriguez < firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > On 4/5/07, Alex Karasulu < email@example.com> wrote:
> > > ...
> > > Also Enrique if you can take the Kerberos and Changepw services for a
> > > that would be great
> > > since we don't have many tests for these to guarantee we did not break
> > > something with all the
> > > new features added to this fresh new feature branch.
> > I was able to verify that both the Kerberos service and the Change
> > Password service are working properly.
> > BTW, I had never run the installers, nor used LdapStudio much.
> > Definitely a slick combo!
> > Enrique