[PlanetCCRMA] What about Suse 8.0?

Mark Knecht mknecht@controlnet.com
Thu Sep 25 12:16:01 2003

> Actually, if you see my post 'planetcore Kernel on other distros', it is
> possible to get the source code over to Suse (or any other distro, I
> suppose) and compile it there.  Not nearly as easy, but possible!
> Regards,
> Scott

   Absolutely anything is possible. Certainly! However, if a Suse user point
his system at the Planet distribution today, downloads an RPM and tries
rpm -Uvh it isn't going to work. Agreed? At a minimum any portion of the
Planet flow that requires kernel support is going to complain since the
'Suse' distribution we are speak of here could be anything, and it's not
going to match up with the interface the RPM Fernando supplies.

   Heck, I cannot take a Planet RH 9 rpm and run it on RH7.3. I'm pretty
sure it won't run on Suse without a lot of messing around.

   But, anything is possible. I certainly agree with you there.