From: W. G. Krebs <werner.krebs@ya...> - 2000-11-01 21:00:08
As you may know, the Novemeber issue of Linux Journal has an article on
GNU Queue, http://www2.linuxjournal.com/lj-issues/issue79/4208.html .
Since the LJ article, GNU Queue 1.30.1 has come out,
This adds a major package courtesy of folks at Texas Instruments (Monica
Lau) that allows centralized management of Queue processes via a
centralized daemon and control utilities.
Because the new code is only in beta testing, the default is not to
compile this new package in. "./configure --enable-manager=YES" will
cause the new package to be compiled in.
1.30.1 also incorporates a fix for RedHat 7.0 over 1.20.2. The 1.20
versions eliminated the NFS protocol, and are using a TCP/IP protocol
that is much closer to that described in the internet draft,
Please see the ChangeLog associated with the download file on
http://www.gnuqueue.org for more information about the new version.