[tahoe-dev] planning for v1.5.1: fully pre-packaged! (apt-get, Windows installer, Mac package)

Sean Reifschneider jafo at tummy.com
Fri Aug 7 02:12:07 UTC 2009


On 08/06/2009 07:04 PM, Zooko Wilcox-O'Hearn wrote:
> Maybe Ruben could investigate -- do any other programs get signal 11 on

Signal 11 under Linux is almost always a hardware problem, in my
experience.  Try running "memtest" on the machine.  I think that out of 20
or 30 instances of it I've seen over the years, maybe one if any that
weren't definitely hardware problems.

> these cool tools that Sean Reifschneider has been working on to
> automatically produce RPMs from Python packages.  Sean: I added

That is probably not what is wanted.  Those RPMs aren't suitable for uses
like inclusion on Fedora, so there wouldn't be much benefit there.  The
tools I'm working on are basically just running "python setup.py build"
anyway -- most of the coolness about them is what they are doing to detect
failures or hangs and to safely run third-party applications without
compromising the system.

So, probably the next step would be to *MANUALLY* build an RPM for Tahoe
and start the process of getting it included into Fedora.  I can help with
that when you're ready.  It's an involved but not overly difficult process.

Sean
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Sean Reifschneider, Member of Technical Staff <jafo at tummy.com>
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