Fwd: [GE users] FreeBSD binaries for 5.3p4

Ron Chen ron_chen_123 at yahoo.com
Thu Jul 24 17:57:03 PDT 2003

FYI, In case anyone on this list didn't know.


P.S. Gridengine is a batch system (similar to PBS or
LSF), but is free and with lots of features.

> I've created a FreeBSD port of Sun Grid Engine which
> I have used to
> create a FreeBSD i386 package and tarball like those
> on the official
> download page.  The package is available at:
> http://people.freebsd.org/~brooks/sge/sge-5.3.4.tgz
> The tarball is at:
> If you use this tarball, you will need to do the
> following once you have
> installed it and the common files from
> gridengine.sunsource.net:
> cd $SGE_ROOT
> perl -p -i -e 's/freebsd-/fbsd-/g' util/arch
> util/arch_variables
> This is due to a change made to the branch just
> after release which
> was backported as a patch in the port so binaries
> will use the same
> architecture strings going forward.
> If you wish to build the port your self of wish to
> use the SGEEE port,
> they are both in this tarball:
> http://people.freebsd.org/~brooks/sge/sge.tar.gz
> They will be added to the ports collection in due
> time.
> Finally, due to the fact that the FreeBSD port
> system can't deal with
> the source download URLs on the GE website, there is
> a bzip'd version of
> the source distribution on the FreeBSD ftp mirror
> network.  One copy is
> available at:
> -- Brooks
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