[CentOS] Anyone using fuse and/or sshfs under Centos 4.4?

Maciej Ĺťenczykowski maze at cela.pl
Thu Sep 14 22:53:09 UTC 2006


contains my end results plus the build script (rpmmacros included as 
attachment), I haven't yet upgraded to the centos 4.4 kernel as this is a 
major move for me (a couple dozen machines, not all centos, not all 
rpm-managed, not all with HDDs should be running the same version) and I 
simply haven't gotten around to it (I should automate it...).  However, it 
should be relatively simple to do...


On Thu, 14 Sep 2006, Dave Hatton wrote:

> Hi 
> A search of google failed to show any prebuilt rpms for sshfs and fuse.
> I do see that fuse support is in 2.6.14 kernel which isn't a whole lot of
> help.
> Before I dive headlong into this has anyone successfully built fuse/sshfs
> against Centos 4.4.
> If so would you share your experience?
> Thanks
> Daveh
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#Requires: strictdep-%{_kname}-%{_target_cpu} = %{_kversion}\
Requires: /boot/vmlinuz-%{_kernel}\
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Obsoletes: %kmdl_namepure_old-%{evr}, %kmdl_namepure_old-%_kernel <= %{evr}

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#%{?_kflavour:Provides: %{_kname}-module-%{_kpkgname}}\

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%_kernelcompiler %{expand:%%_kernelcompiler_%{disttag3}}

%kmdl_moduledir /lib/modules/%{_kernel}/updates

export CC=%_kernelcompiler

This package contains the %kmdl_name kernel modules for the Linux kernel package:\

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#%{_datadir}/atrpms/addcustomkmdl '/lib/modules/`uname -r`/updates'\
depmod -ae -F /boot/System.map-%{_kernel} %{_kernel} > /dev/null 2>&1 || :

depmod -ae -F /boot/System.map-%{_kernel} %{_kernel} > /dev/null 2>&1 || :

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