Perl module dependency rpm packages for SuSE 10

I’m attempting to install RT 3.6pre0 on a SuSE 10 machine (currently in
dev mode using standalone_httpd and sqlite). There are a large number of
missing dependencies and I would like to satisfy them with packaged
versions of the software. I know that ‘make fixdeps’ will install the
missing modules using CPAN, but I would like to avoid that. Does anyone
know where I might be able to find rpm packages for the myriad
dependencies that RT has which work on SuSE 10?

Thanks in advance.

You won’t find all of them, but you can search for whatever::whatever in
the packages descriptions in Yast, when you add/remove programs.

JoeOn Tue, 28 Mar 2006, Joshua Colson wrote:

I’m attempting to install RT 3.6pre0 on a SuSE 10 machine (currently in
dev mode using standalone_httpd and sqlite). There are a large number of
missing dependencies and I would like to satisfy them with packaged
versions of the software. I know that ‘make fixdeps’ will install the
missing modules using CPAN, but I would like to avoid that. Does anyone
know where I might be able to find rpm packages for the myriad
dependencies that RT has which work on SuSE 10?

Thanks in advance.


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You won’t find all of them, but you can search for whatever::whatever in
the packages descriptions in Yast, when you add/remove programs.

Joe

Yes. I had already found some of them using Yast/APT, but there are a
great many that are still missing. I was just hoping somebody else had
already gone to the trouble of packaging them up but I guess most people
are content with ‘make fixdeps’.

Thanks again.

I’m attempting to install RT 3.6pre0 on a SuSE 10 machine (currently in
dev mode using standalone_httpd and sqlite). There are a large number of
missing dependencies and I would like to satisfy them with packaged
versions of the software. I know that ‘make fixdeps’ will install the
missing modules using CPAN, but I would like to avoid that. Does anyone
know where I might be able to find rpm packages for the myriad
dependencies that RT has which work on SuSE 10?

Thanks in advance.

If anyone is interested, I’ve packaged the perl modules that aren’t
included with the SuSE 10 distribution which RT depends on (49 different
modules). I would be happy to send them to anyone who wants them.

If anyone is interested, I’ve packaged the perl modules that aren’t
included with the SuSE 10 distribution which RT depends on (49
different
modules). I would be happy to send them to anyone who wants them.

Any way you can post them online and link to them from the wiki?

Better put the date and RT version number next to that link. They will
be out of date before you know it.

Duncan Shannon wrote:

If anyone is interested, I’ve packaged the perl modules that aren’t
included with the SuSE 10 distribution which RT depends on (49

different

modules). I would be happy to send them to anyone who wants them.

Any way you can post them online and link to them from the wiki?


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Drew Barnes
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Raymond Walters College
University of Cincinnati

If anyone is interested, I’ve packaged the perl modules that aren’t
included with the SuSE 10 distribution which RT depends on (49
different
modules). I would be happy to send them to anyone who wants them.

Any way you can post them online and link to them from the wiki?

I don’t have a real web server that I can put them on. If anyone else
has the space to host them, that would be great.

what size are we talking? I may be able to host them.

Joshua Colson wrote:> On Fri, 2006-03-31 at 11:26 -0600, Duncan Shannon wrote:

If anyone is interested, I’ve packaged the perl modules that aren’t
included with the SuSE 10 distribution which RT depends on (49

different

modules). I would be happy to send them to anyone who wants them.

Any way you can post them online and link to them from the wiki?

I don’t have a real web server that I can put them on. If anyone else
has the space to host them, that would be great.


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Drew Barnes
Applications Analyst
Raymond Walters College
University of Cincinnati

If anyone is interested, I’ve packaged the perl modules that aren’t
included with the SuSE 10 distribution which RT depends on (49
different
modules). I would be happy to send them to anyone who wants them.

Any way you can post them online and link to them from the wiki?

I don’t have a real web server that I can put them on. If anyone else
has the space to host them, that would be great.

You can start by getting some free webspace and uploading the .spec-
files onto it.
And a wget-file with all the downloads.

Or you could try Google-Base :wink:

cheers,
Rainer

what size are we talking? I may be able to host them.

Ditto.