[CentOS-docs] Doc for the Wiki
jses27 at gmail.com
Wed Apr 9 14:00:19 UTC 2008
On Wed, 2008-04-09 at 08:32 -0400, Chris Mauritz wrote:
> Ralph Angenendt wrote:
> > Chris Mauritz wrote:
> >> Daniel de Kok wrote:
> >>> On Wed, Apr 9, 2008 at 12:00 AM, Chris Mauritz <chris.mauritz at gmail.com> wrote:
> >>>> I've modified/updated an existing HowTo (for RHEL) I found on the net
> >>>> detailing how to install the following on a "virgin" CentOS 5.1 install:
> >>> Can the original HOWTO can be redistributed, preferably under the
> >>> Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 license?
> >> I don't know. I've included a link to the original (which itself seems to
> >> be a "refresher" of yet another person's version) in the doc.
> > I have two problems with this. a) I don't see that we can "just take"
> > this document and put it under a "Creative Commons Attribution-Share
> > Alike 3.0 license" - which is our wiki license. This should be cleared
> > by the original author.
> > My second problem is with the source build of all those packages.
> > Building from source is something that we strongly advocate against in
> > all other support venues (irc, mailing lists, probably also forums).
> > And now I let others chime in.
> Building from source wasn't my preference either, but there aren't any
> up to date packages available. Anyhow, I modified the document for my
> own use in case I need to do it again. If you'd like to exclude it for
> the "compiled from source" reason alone, that's fine with me. If not,
> and you'd like me to request permission from the original author(s), I
> am happy to do that.
I just skimed through reading it. I would like to know if you can do
this install on CentOS 5.1 pulling all the packages from the centos yum
repos? Watch out that install of Python2.4.5. A user may have both
versions installed at once. /usrbin/python2.4.4
and /usr/bin/python2.4.5 sudo make altinstall?? I assume we are not
breaking original apps?
Not for the beginner at heart. Can you do it all from Originality?
Instead of following another article?
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