On Di, 2011-01-04 at 17:02 +0000, John Dykstra wrote:
I've had no luck installing SE 1.1 on my work desktop machine,
a SLES 11 box that I don't have root on. There are just too many
Is there a way to get SE 0.9.1 to use more than the four canonical
sources, so that it can work as a client accessing the server configured
as above? So far, I haven't been able to figure it out.
0.9.1 is ancient, I successfully managed to forget everything about it.
Seriously, I really wouldn't bother with 0.9.1 anymore.
When you say "too many missing libraries", do you mean for compiling
from source or at runtime with the precompiled binaries?
You can unpack the .tar.gz binary distribution like
(also available for amd64), then after setting some env variables use it without copying
to /usr. The server HOWTO and the README contain a list of relevant variables.
Best Regards, Patrick Ohly
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