How-to for installing Rdiff on RH7.2 system?
Wed, 23 Jan 2002 13:45:19 -0800
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>>>>> "MI" == Mike Ickes <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>>>>> wrote the following on Wed, 23 Jan 2002 13:56:56 -0500
MI> Has anyone installed Rdiff on a RedHat7.2 system? As I
MI> understand it RedHat needed to stay with the 1.5 version of
MI> Python and upgrading to a newer version will break some things
MI> on a RedHat7.2 system.
MI> I can install python2.2 from the source doing the usual
MI> "./configure, make, make install" dance, however when I go to
MI> install Rdiff I get failed dependencies that it cannot find a
MI> python version >=2.2 and Librsync. When I try to install
MI> Librsync I again get dependency errors. Can anyone point me to a
MI> README or How-to to get this installed? I know I can install
MI> Python2.2 along side version 1.5 but I am unsure as to the hard
MI> links and or sym links that need to be done so that Rdiff is
MI> Would installing Rdiff from src alleviate any dependency
MI> problems? If it will I would be willing to install Python,
MI> Librsync and Rdiff from sources.
Hi, I run RH7.2 and just installed python version 2.2 over 1.5. I
think I used the rawhide RPMs. rpm told me there were some packages
which depended on v1.5 so I just downloaded new rpms of those packages
and installed them after installing v2.2. Then I installed the rdiff
and rdiff-backup rpms. I forget exactly what I did, but I think it's
relatively painless if you stick with rpms.
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