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redhat_opensrf_trunk [2010/04/21 15:08]
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redhat_opensrf_trunk [2010/05/04 15:17]
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 useradd -m -s /bin/bash opensrf useradd -m -s /bin/bash opensrf
 passwd opensrf ​ # only necessary if you want to log in to this user directly</​code>​ passwd opensrf ​ # only necessary if you want to log in to this user directly</​code>​
-  - As the **root** user, add libevent-1.4 to the exclude section of yum.conf:<​code bash> 
-echo exclude=libevent-1.4* >> /​etc/​yum.conf</​code>​ 
   - As the **opensrf** user, download and patch the source files for OpenSRF trunk:<​code bash>   - As the **opensrf** user, download and patch the source files for OpenSRF trunk:<​code bash>
 cd && svn checkout svn://​svn.open-ils.org/​OpenSRF/​trunk OpenSRF-trunk cd && svn checkout svn://​svn.open-ils.org/​OpenSRF/​trunk OpenSRF-trunk
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 # processname:​ ejabberd # processname:​ ejabberd
 </​code>​ </​code>​
-Now Finnish ​adding these programs to autostart:<​code bash>+Now finish ​adding these programs to autostart:<​code bash>
 chkconfig --level 2345 ejabberd on chkconfig --level 2345 ejabberd on
-/​etc/​init.d/​ejabberd start 
 chkconfig --level 2345 memcached on</​code>​ chkconfig --level 2345 memcached on</​code>​
  
redhat_opensrf_trunk.txt · Last modified: 2010/08/19 14:09 by leed

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