This is a discussion on Re: [PATCH Coda 0/5] - FreeBSD ; On Wed, Jul 11, 2007 at 09:57:31PM -0500, Eric Anderson wrote: > I've done the patches and buildworld/kernel, and have loaded the kernel > module. All seems well. Now I need to get the latest client running, > and begin ...
On Wed, Jul 11, 2007 at 09:57:31PM -0500, Eric Anderson wrote:
> I've done the patches and buildworld/kernel, and have loaded the kernel
> module. All seems well. Now I need to get the latest client running,
> and begin some tests. Do you have any notes on the client, since the
> port is essentially defunct? What's my fastest path to a working client?
tar -xzf lwp-2.3.tar.gz
( cd lwp-2.3 ; ./configure ; gmake ; sudo gmake install )
tar -xzf rvm-1.14.tar.gz
( cd rvm-1.14 ; ./configure ; gmake ; sudo gmake install )
tar -xzf rpc2-2.5.tar.gz
( cd rpc2-2.5 ; ./configure ; gmake ; sudo gmake install )
tar -xzf coda-6.9.1.tar.gz
( cd coda-6.9.1 ; ./configure --prefix=/usr/coda ; gmake ;
sudo gmake client-install )
# load the coda kernel module, kldload coda or something
/usr/coda/sbin/venus-setup testserver.coda.cs.cmu.edu 100000
If everything worked ok you should see 2 directories and a file named
lwp, rvm and rpc2 use automake so I think gmake is not really necessary
anymore, but there may still be some gnu artifacts around, I think I
removed the one more from rpc2 not too long ago. I still want to move
the main Coda source to automake to simplify the build and get rid of
the remaining gmake dependencies.
As far as other build dependencies, I think the following are the
minimal needed one, but they tend to come installed on most systems,
pkg-config, libreadline5-dev, libncurses5-dev, g++, flex, bison or yacc
(these were listed as build dependencies on a debian system)
To remove everything from your system, the automake based libraries have
a convenient uninstall target, for Coda itself everything 'should' have
ended up under /usr/coda. I haven't actually tried installing outside
of /usr or /usr/local in a while though.
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