Ok the installer iso has been respun the iso the athlon kernels.
The acl-devel and attr-devel packages have also been updated
to libacl-devel and libattr-devel.
I have not tested this iso but hopefully nothing in the
build process has gone a muck so it should work no worse than
the old one.
The Makefile that I use to do all the setup and building of the various
pieces has been included on the iso.
No howto at this time but is anybody is feeling really brave they
can give play with it.
On Tue, 2003-02-18 at 19:27, Eric Sandeen wrote:
> On Tue, 18 Feb 2003, Bernhard Erdmann wrote:
> > Is it that complicated? Do you have a Howto or a script how to "roll
> > your own installer"?
> It's not that hard, once you've taken the time to figure things out.
> There were two bits of it, Anaconda modifications to support xfs,
> and creating the right build environment for the installer. You can look
> at the patch in the Anaconda SRPM to see what we did to the installer
> itself (actually lots of xfs support is there already from Red Hat, thanks
> to Martin!). To see how we set up the build environment, it would
> probably be best to post a Makefile that Russell wrote to do most of
> the hard stuff.
> We essentially have every RPM from 8.0 + our RPMs in a tree, and symlink
> them around. One set of symlinks is for all the RPMs needed to build
> the anaconda environment, the other set of symlinks "teaches" the installer
> which RPMs are on which CD. Scripts that come with Anaconda do the
> rest (build the hdlist and build the installer).
> I'll talk to Russell about publishing the Makefile - I think we'd both
> be ecstatic if someone else wanted to pick up this work. :)
Russell Cattelan <cattelan@xxxxxxxxxxx>
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