eagletree at hughes.net
Thu Dec 18 11:28:50 UTC 2008
On Dec 18, 2008, at 12:07 AM, Mel wrote:
> On Thursday 18 December 2008 04:03:45 Chris wrote:
>> I'm trying to keep all FreeBSD servers in my net as I have since the
>> late 90s. I have a requirement to get a quickbooks enterprise server
>> running so I was going to attempt to use compat_linux.
>> It struck me that if I knew the following list of supported linux
>> implementations, I should be able to figure out the best port
>> to use. So far, it doesn't seem too clear to me. Here are the
>> linux versions supported by the 2 daemons Intuit puts out:
>> CentOS 5
>> Debian (Lenny)
>> Fedora 6 / 7 / 8
>> OpenSuSE 10.2 / 10.3
>> Ubuntu 6.06 / 7.04 / 7.10 / 8.0
>> Here are the components needed.
>> Gamin - 0.1.7.7 or newer or Fam – 2.7.0 or newer
>> Glibc – 2.5-3 or newer, or Libc6 – 2.5-3 or newer
>> Libgcc – 4.2.1 or newer
>> Libstdc++ - 4.2.1 or newer
>> Which of the linux_base* ports would be best to
>> attempt to run these two daemons.
>> I just updated ports and have the following shown
>> (and several Gentoo)
> On 6.x, use fc4.
> On 7.x use fc6 and set compat.linux.os_release to 2.6.16 (which
> will be the
> default for 7.x branch starting 7.1 as far as I know).
> You can use others, but these have the widest coverage in
> production systems
> and testing by the emulation team.
Great, thanks! Just to make sure, did you mean
without the underscore. Didn't find the other sysctl.
> Problem with today's modular software: they start with the modules
> and never get to the software part.
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