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Re: Problems configuring cfengine 2.1.17 on Solaris10

From: Dave Love
Subject: Re: Problems configuring cfengine 2.1.17 on Solaris10
Date: Mon, 02 Jan 2006 22:47:41 +0000
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[Attempting to post onto Cc:d lists that bounced my reply.]

Kurt Reimer <address@hidden> writes:

> I think that all Dave Love means is that the BerkeleyDB is
> not part of the default distribution for most sysV-like Unixes. (It IS
> part of the standard BSD distributions, I think.)

db is in the base distribution of all systems on which I've tried to
use Cfengine (like Solaris).  It just isn't a version against which
cfengine will build.

>       Does the cfexecd program need to use any code from the
> BerkeleyDB libraries in order to act as a wrapper for launching
> cfagent or other cfengine programs? If it does and these libraries are
> in a non-standard place, then cfexecd would not be able to tell itself
> about that non-standard location via its "-L" switch. I think that's
> what Dave means by "cfexecd -L isn't useful", though I'm not prepared
> to agree at this point, not having walked through the source.

That is what I mean, but it would seem polite to check before
concurring someone's talking a degree of nonsense.

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