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Re: I need Miredo for F10

Todd Denniston wrote:
Robert Moskowitz wrote, On 12/10/2008 08:08 AM:
Todd Denniston wrote:

A further option considering "Miredo is an open-source Teredo IPv6 tunneling software for..."[1], would be to snag a copy of the source to Miredo[2] and build it on F10... of course that assumes that the software has something sort of nice like a configure script to let the OP know that they need more 'devel' packages and that the OP understands what the configure script is asking for.

And there is the crux of the problem. If it is not a plug-n-pay build, it will take me a day to pull off, and I have other fish to fry on this project right now. I will try and reach the builder and get them to look into this.

As I don't have need for Miredo nor do I have an F10 install setting around yet, there is no point in me pulling Miredo sources and trying... BUT Often if you pull the source of a project, untar it, and type ./configure; it will either fully configure and be ready for a `make;make install` or spew out a 'could not find package BLAA' [which means you need to do `yum install BLAA-devel`] and have it figured out in less than an hour. If Miredo uses pretty much standard libraries, it is unlikely that you will even need to install any extra devel packages.

i.e., give it a go ... I think you could be lucky :)

If you look at the 'Judy' thread, you will see I did this and was 'not lucky'.

make rpm failed:

make: *** No rule to make traget 'rpm'.

And I think this is because there is no .spec file.

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