Never mind...I followed the CVS instructions on the web site, and am
running a "make install-dev" right now, so that I can compile the xfsdump
and xfsprogs utilities.
On Thu, 17 Jan 2002, Mike Burger wrote:
> Aaahhh...I guess I live by the RPM, since I'm running a Red Hat system
> (7.1 on this particular box).
> Is there an easy tarball, or is CVS the only way to get it...I don't have
> CVS configured (I don't even know if it's installed, to tell the truth) on
> this system, and wouldn't really know how to use it properly, anyhow.
> On 17 Jan 2002, Steve Lord wrote:
> > On Thu, 2002-01-17 at 16:26, Mike Burger wrote:
> > > Pentium II 300MHz, 256MB RAM, /home is approximately a 14GB partition,
> > > but
> > > with only 2.4GB used. Running the kernel-2.4.14-SGI_XFS_1.0.2 rpm
> > > downloaded from SGI.
> > >
> > > xfsprogs-1.3.13-0, xfsdump-1.1.7-0.
> > The tree here is up to xfsdump-1.1.14, you might want to upgrade.
> > Steve