[Nut-upsdev] 2.4.2 freeze

Tim Rice tim at multitalents.net
Fri Feb 12 22:35:23 UTC 2010

On Fri, 12 Feb 2010, Arjen de Korte wrote:

> Citeren Tim Rice <tim at multitalents.net>:
> > For those of us new to svn, could someone list the commands to pull
> > the code that will be 2.4.2-pre1 so I can test the right bits on Solaris.
> In that case, it might be easier to just grab the latest tarball from the
> BuildBot service:
>    http://buildbot.ghz.cc/public/nut/waterfall
> The 'Debian-etch-x86' machine in the left column provides tarballs that should
> build on any system and also saves you the trouble of setting up the autotools
> package.

Is http://ocelot.ghz.cc/~buildbot/nut-2.4.1-r2339.tar.gz the same as
trunk revision 2339 minus the autotools generated bits?

> We would really appreciate if you can post the 'config.log' output and a log
> from the compilation.

Attached as cofig.log.gz and compile.log.gz

Some Solaris 10 build notes:
The Solaris 10 (U8) SUNWsmcmd package is broken so
/usr/sfw/bin/net-snmp-config is symlinked to net-snmp-config-64
instead of net-snmp-config-32. So configure will find the SNMP bits
but the build will fail. If the symlink gets fixed there is still
the issue of net-snmp-config spitting out "-R../lib" that the linker
doesn't like. This post configure perl script does the trick.
perl -pi -e "s|-R../lib |-R/usr/sfw/lib |g;" \
    `find . -name Makefile -print`

> Best regards, Arjen

Tim Rice				Multitalents	(707) 887-1469
tim at multitalents.net
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