Robert Moskowitz wrote:
Johnny Hughes wrote:
Robert Moskowitz wrote:
thanks for replying.
R P Herrold wrote:
On Wed, 16 Jul 2008, Robert Moskowitz wrote:
I followed the setup instructions from
... the author is known to me
Assuming that you are in /etc/sudoers!!!!
And then asked for a password.
Which password? My userid or root's? I tried both and after 3 tries
me is not in sudoers file. This incident will be reported.
The end user account password is what sudo is looking for ... as
noted, it seems you had not configured /etc/sudoers to include you.
So I look at /etc/sudoers and do not understand what I am suppose
to do there.
A sample entry which permits a single user machine to do root
operations when needed, but to stay in its non-priv'd mode most of
the time looks like something as simple as:
[herrold@new ~]$ sudo grep herrold /etc/sudoers
Password: [here, the end user 'herrold's password]
herrold ALL=(ALL) ALL
... We need root rights to read /etc/sudoers, or else it would have
not been needed except for teaching reasons.
A bit of help would be greatly appreciated!
Hope this helps .. I wonder a bit at your description of untarring,
./configure'ing, etc ... that is not part of rpm building from .spec
Here is what I was told to do:
you can build on CentOS by executing:
tar xvzf hipl.tar.gz
("make install" works too, but installs to /usr/local by default)
Software requirements are listed here:
OK ... after several changes to the spec file, I got this to build.
The process was rather intense, so rather than trying to document it I
will post a good SRPM after I verify that all the build requirements
are there and it will also build the same in mock.
So, in a couple minutes expect a link to download a GOOD SRPM for this
package that builds on centos-5 i386 and x86_64
I am SOOOO thankful.
You will definitely get a line of recognition for my IETF presentation
on SIP over HIP over Teredo in two weeks! I should not have been sooo
schrunched for time. I waited for management to get me the hardware for
this 'experiment', and 4 months later it is finally ordered; I have had
to cobble gear together....
You should be able to build that on CentOS-5.x with no problems. Now,
whether it does everything you need, I don't know.
Also be advised that 1.0.3 is the latest stable release from them, and
1.0.4 seems to be something from SVN and not a normal release.
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