From: Brian J. Watson <Brian.J.W<atson@co...> - 2001-11-28 22:05:30
> My mail to mailing list was unsuccessful. I got a reply saying
> for list moderator's approval since the mail was too big
There's a 40K limit on messages. If you'd like to post larger patches,
put them up on a publicly accessible server and post the URL. If you
don't have such a server, send the patch to me directly and I'll
probably put it up on our web server.
Aneesh's patch is available at:
> Changes that affect i386 also
> include/asm - added the asm-alpha and asm-i386 directory and one
> should create asm which links to the proper directoy.( If people are
> interested i can make the cluster tools build to ./configure make and
> make install format. Then we won't have the above mentioned problem
> can make the cluster tools to pick the header file from
Yes, please. I've been thinking that cluster tools should be built the
proper way, but I haven't taken the time to learn autoconf, yet.
> The binaries supplied along with cluster tools are moved into i386 and
> alpha directory since they differ the the ssi/Makefile is modified
I agree with an earlier message of yours that we should supply the
source for these commands, rather than binaries.
Brian Watson | "Now I don't know, but I been told it's
Linux Kernel Developer | hard to run with the weight of gold,
Open SSI Clustering Project | Other hand I heard it said, it's
Compaq Computer Corp | just as hard with the weight of lead."
Los Angeles, CA | -Robert Hunter, 1970
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