Steve: thanks for the info, good to know.
Today we changed some code in OpenNebula and now it's compatible with
the current sqlite-devel package, so there's no more need to use newer
versions of sqlite (at least for opennebula).
The only "missing" dependency now is xmlrpc-c.
On Thu, Sep 2, 2010 at 8:11 PM, Steve Traylen <steve.traylen(a)cern.ch> wrote:
On Thu, Sep 2, 2010 at 5:09 PM, Jaime Melis
> great to see interest regarding this request!
> Mathew: thanks for your offer, I will let you know once the rpm gets
> submitted to EPEL, or even before if we stumble with tricky things so
> you can give us a hand if you have time for it.
> Steve: I didn't know you were trying to package OpenNebula, that's
> great. As you said there are tricky dependencies, especially sqlite.
> One possible solution is to entirely disable sqlite, since OpenNebula
> 2.0 now fully supports mysql, so maybe we could remove sqlite from the
> rpm package and use mysql by default.
> There is also another dependency that concerns me: xmlrpc-c. For the
> moment we use the xmlrpc-c and xmlrpc-c-devel packages from the
There's a new version of cmake well on the the way into EPEL5, this may well
help with xmlrpc-c being added.
> On Wed, Sep 1, 2010 at 9:10 PM, Steve Traylen <steve.traylen(a)cern.ch> wrote:
>> On Wed, Sep 1, 2010 at 6:27 PM, Jaime Melis <j.melis(a)fdi.ucm.es> wrote:
>>> We are about to release OpenNebula 2.0 , which is a Cloud Computing
>>> framework, and we would like to include it in EPEL.
>>> Is there anyone interested in being OpenNebula's package mantainer for
>> Hi Jamie,
>> I am interested and even started doing it a few months ago.
>> At that time I got stuck with your sqlite requirement which is why
>> the following has been done.
>> Though since then of course RHEL/EPEL6 is on it's way which
>> makes a good starting point.
>> We also of course as you well know use opennebula where I am.
>> may also interest you, I've added opennebula it's
>>> If it helps, we have already built RPM packages, so we have a spec
>>> file that works, but it should be reviewed by actual package
>>> mantainers, since we didn't follow all the good practices listed in
>>> the Fedora Packaging guidelines document.
>> Certainly it helps.
>>> Jaime Melis
>>>  http://opennebula.org
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