I couldn't build on Fedora Core 4, so I hacked the install in the
context of a source RPM.
Fedora Core 4's coda.h is out of sync between the kernel sources and
glibc, and the kernel headers raise errors when includedfrom user
space, so I patch the davfs2 source with a correct coda.h.
The install also creates the symlink for /sbin/mount.davfs
Finally, the RPM will create an rc.modules that will modprobe coda,
or add a modprobe coda to rc.modules, if it already exists.
Uninstall does it's best to remove dav specific edits.
And a blog entry that pretty much says the same thing.
Alan Gutierrez - alan@... - http://engrm.com/blogometer/