rspanton at zepler.net
Wed Sep 15 16:06:20 UTC 2010
I've recently had to link a fair amount of my work statically so that
it'll run on a cluster of RHEL machines. Unfortunately, I am just a
user of these machines, and so I don't have the power to get them to run
Fedora or even to get the admins to install RHEL packages in a timely
manner. Building statically also helps me to eliminate as many of the
inevitable fractional differences between cluster nodes as possible, to
achieve reproducible results from simulation runs.
However, only a few packages in Fedora provide -static variants. This
has meant that I've had to locally build these, which is obviously not
desirable from a maintenance perspective.
So, would be acceptable to register requests for -static package
variants as tickets on bugzilla? Or is there a better way to try to
encourage people to generate these packages?
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