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CentOS 7 - CERN for x86_64: CERN OpenAFS client: openafs

openafs - OpenAFS distributed filesystem

License: IBM Public License
Vendor: Scientific Linux CERN,
The AFS distributed filesystem.  AFS is a distributed filesystem
allowing cross-platform sharing of files among multiple computers.
Facilities are provided for access control, authentication, backup and
administrative management.

This package provides common files shared across all the various
OpenAFS packages but are not necessarily tied to a client or server.

The OpenAFS SRPM can be rebuilt with the following options to control
what gets built:

 --define "kernvers 2.4.20-1.1376_FC3" Specify the specific kernel version
                                  to build modules against. The default is
                                  to build against the currently-running
 --define "kbase /lib/modules/"   The base location to look for kernel headers
 --define "kend /build"           The 'end' location to look for kernels
                                  The build will define ksrvdir as

 --without krb5                   Disable krb5 support (default: with krb5)
 --with bitmap-later              Enable "bitmap later" support
 --with bos-restricted            Enable "bos restricted" mode
 --with largefiles                Enable "largefile fileserver" mode
 --with supergroups               Enable "supergroups"

 --target=i386                    The target architecture to build for.
                                  When building for a non-default target
                                  the build may choose whether to build
                                  userspace or kernel modules automatically.
                                  The defaults are probably what you want.

 --define "build_userspace 1"     Request building of userspace tools
 --define "build_modules 1"       Request building of kernel modules
                                  You probably never need to specify these.

 --define "kmoddir /lib/modules"  This is the base location where modules
                                  will be installed.  You probably don't
                                  need to change this ever.

 --define "fedorakmod 0"	  Disable the building of 'Fedora' style kernel
				  modules, and use the old format.

 --define "kvariants <variants>"  When building Fedora style kernel modules,
                                  this defines the set of kernel variants
                                  to build.
                                  <variants> is a space seperated list which
                                  may contain one or more of
                                  '' (for the generic kernel), smp, PAE, xen
                                  or kdump

To a kernel module for your running kernel, just run:
  rpmbuild --rebuild --target=`uname -m`

Packages [2.2 MiB] Changelog by Simon Wilkinson (2007-12-12):
- Make the RPM mockable [2.2 MiB] Changelog by Simon Wilkinson (2007-12-12):
- Make the RPM mockable

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