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From "Arun Singh (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] [Created] (HADOOP-12987) HortonWorks Zeppelin issue in HDP 2.4
Date Thu, 31 Mar 2016 23:27:25 GMT
Arun Singh created HADOOP-12987:
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             Summary: HortonWorks Zeppelin issue in HDP 2.4
                 Key: HADOOP-12987
                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/HADOOP-12987
             Project: Hadoop Common
          Issue Type: Bug
         Environment: SLES11 SP4
            Reporter: Arun Singh


Issue 2: Zeppelin. Zeppelin is a new component in Tech Preview in the latest HDP stack (2.4).
I've been following this guide: http://hortonworks.com/hadoop-tutorial/apache-zeppelin-hdp-2-4/
   When installing Zeppelin through the Ambari interface, it errors out with a message saying
it can't install the package gcc-gfortran
 
   If you open the file: /var/lib/ambari-server/resources/stacks/HDP/2.4/services/ZEPPELIN/metainfo.xml

     Line 72: 
<osSpecific> 
  <osFamily>redhat7,redhat6,redhat5,suse11</osFamily> 
    <packages> 
      <package> 
        <name>gcc-gfortran</name> 
      </package> 
      <package> 
        <name>blas-devel</name> 
      </package> 
      <package> 
        <name>lapack-devel</name> 
      </package> 
      <package> 
        <name>python-devel</name> 
      </package> 
      <package> 
         <name>python-pip</name> 
      </package> 
      <package> 
        <name>zeppelin</name> 
      </package> 
    </packages> 
</osSpecific> 

This list packages to install on SUSE11, but you don't find these packages on SUSE11 as they
have different names than the RHEL ones... 
Eg: 
RHEL: gcc-gfortran 
SUSE: gcc-fortran 

RHEL: blas-devel 
SUSE: libblas3 ? 

RHEL: lapack-devel 
SUSE: liblapack3 ? 

RHEL: python-dev 
SUSE: python-devel 

RHEL: python-pip 
SUSE: doesn't seem to be part of the standard repo 

Solution: Make a custom <osSpecific></osSpecific> for SUSE 11, with the correct
named packages as they are named on SUSE 11
 




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