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Re: ATrpms has updated RH + XFS 1.3 RPMs

To: Eric Sandeen <sandeen@xxxxxxx>
Subject: Re: ATrpms has updated RH + XFS 1.3 RPMs
From: "Vernon A. Fort" <vfort@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: 15 Dec 2003 11:15:29 -0600
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Thanks Eric,
  A quick item list would be sufficient.  I might have some time over
the holidays to complete a test run on the installer.  My main issue is
I don't want to continue install 9.0-XFS since this release will no
longer be supported via redhat.  I need to either move to Redhat
Enterprise or Fedora 1.  I use(ed) redhat 9.0-XFS heavily for internal
and some clients I support.  Since using XFS on the install, my support
issues/stability greatly reduced/increased respectively.

  Again, thanks - all I need is a starting point and a lists of
items/steps to consider or follow.

Vernon Fort
On Mon, 2003-12-15 at 10:40, Eric Sandeen wrote:
> On Mon, 2003-12-15 at 09:02, Vernon A. Fort wrote:
> > True but it appears only for the Fedora Core 1.
> No, it's available for RH 7/8/9 as well.
> See for example:
> http://atrpms.physik.fu-berlin.de/dist/rh9/kernel/
> > BTW - is anyone working on the Fedora XFS Installer?  Or could someone
> > point me in the direction to documents or howto's so I could attempt to
> > re-spin one myself.  I really have no idea on where to start but would
> > like to give it a shot.
> Look at an older XFS installer for the anaconda src.rpm with anaconda
> patches; I'll see if we can put minimal build instructions out on the
> web.
> -Eric

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