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RE: Bacula rpm for Fedora Core 3



Thanks Paul.  

I'll give that a try.

Rick

| -----Original Message-----
| From: fedora-list-bounces redhat com [mailto:fedora-list-
| bounces redhat com] On Behalf Of Paul Howarth
| Sent: Thursday, December 16, 2004 8:52 AM
| To: For users of Fedora Core releases
| Subject: Re: Bacula rpm for Fedora Core 3
| 
| Rick Meyer wrote:
| > Anyone know where I can find an rpm for Bacula for Fedora Core 3 x86_64?
| >
| > Or
| >
| > What is needed to compile the sources for Bacula?
| 
| You can grab the source RPM at
| http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=50727&package_id=764
| 08
| 
| (bacula-1.36.1-2.src.rpm)
| 
| Download that, then use:
| 
| rpmbuild --rebuild --define 'build_fc1 1' --define 'build_mysql 1' \
| 	bacula-1.36.1-2.src.rpm
| 
| or
| 
| rpmbuild --rebuild --define 'build_fc1 1' --define 'build_sqlite 1' \
| 	bacula-1.36.1-2.src.rpm
| 
| or
| 
| rpmbuild --rebuild --define 'build_fc1 1' --define 'build_postgresql 1' \
| 	bacula-1.36.1-2.src.rpm
| 
| depending on which backend database you want to use. You may need to
| install
| some other packages due to build dependencies but RPM will tell you about
| those if they're needed.
| 
| Don't be tempted to replace the "build_fc1" with "build_fc3"; the spec
| file
| only supports fc1 directly and builds just fine like that.
| 
| If you've not build RPMs before, instructions for setting a build area in
| your
| own directory (so you can build as non-root - highly recommended) can be
| found
| at: http://fedoranews.org/tchung/rpmbuild/
| 
| Paul.
| 
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