[Planetlab-devel] libproper on V4 nodes
jplichta at arizona.edu
Thu Feb 22 16:01:02 EST 2007
Actually, we have not been using the proper rpms... I was not aware
there were rpms for the proper libs before this. I believe that early on
in the stork project someone contacted Steve Muir and we were provided
with the actual libproper.so.0 file. Since then we have been including
that in our install rpm.
Now that I know there are rpms for proper it would probably make more
sense just to make the proper rpm a dependency of our stork rpm instead
of including the lib in ours.
I will let you know if we experience any problems with the new FC4
version of proper.
Marc E. Fiuczynski wrote:
> Hello Jeremy,
> Which version of proper do you have on your machine? Please send in
> the result of "rpm -q proper-libs". The default repository hosted on
> boot.planet-lab.org has the FC2 based version of these libs. You can
> find the FC4 version of these libs at the yum repository:
> or the specific file is at:
> Let me know whehter upgrading to this new version of the proper-libs
> solves your problem.
> Best regards,
> Jeremy Plichta wrote:
>> The stork team has been using libproper.so for a while now and have
>> it packaged in one of our install rpms. However now on the new V4
>> nodes when you try to install our rpm you get a message saying that
>> there is an unmet dependency (libcurl.so.2):
>> [arizona_stork2 at planetlab-1 do_install]$ sudo rpm -i
>> error: Failed dependencies:
>> libcurl.so.2 is needed by stork-nest-2.0b-20.i386
>> I believe this failed dependency is happening because we include the
>> libproper.so.0 lib in our install rpm which depends on libcurl.so.2.
>> However on the new nodes only /usr/lib/libcurl.so.3 is present so I
>> think that it is necessary to rebuild libproper on a FC4 machine.
>> I have checked out proper from the Planetlab CVS repository but am
>> having problems getting it to build. I was wondering if someone could
>> help me with the build process or provide us with a newer version of
>> proper that is build on FC4. Any other suggestions on solving this
>> problem are also welcome.
>> Thank you,
>> Jeremy Plichta
>> University of Arizona
>> Devel mailing list
>> Devel at lists.planet-lab.org
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