Buildling for other platforms
uri at 4refs.com
Fri Oct 23 22:17:37 UTC 2015
Thanks for the quick response. I forgot to mention that I don't have root
access. My group builds everything from source in a common directory since
we have a large number of machines to manage. Is there a way to build it
without using a package manager? Regarding kernel versions, do you know how
I can check which kernels support this feature?
On Fri, Oct 23, 2015 at 5:14 PM, Robert O'Callahan <robert at ocallahan.org>
> On Sat, Oct 24, 2015 at 10:52 AM, Uri Moszkowicz <uri at 4refs.com> wrote:
>> Hi guys,
>> I know it's not explicitly supported but has anyone looked at building RR
>> for RHEL/SUSE? I tried on RHEL5 and after buildling cmake it was
>> complaining about missing zlib, which I also built but don't know hot to
>> specify to cmake.
> You should just be able to install a zlib-devel package and cmake will
> pick it up automatically.
> I tried with RHEL6 next and it complains about an insufficient python
>> version. I added the newer python version to PATH but CMake still doesn't
>> seem to be picking it up.
>> Do you all know how to specify paths to dependencies with CMake? Usually
>> I'd see options from configure. Am I going down a rat hole here or is it
>> likely to be builable on RHEL4-6 and SUSE10-11?
> It shouldn't be hard to fix the build issues. I'm not a cmake expert
> either so I can't tell you what to do off the top of my head.
> The deal-breaker, if any, will be the kernel version. rr requires
> seccomp-bpf for reasonable performance. If your kernel doesn't have that,
> rr is much less useful. You will probably find other issues with even older
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