[PlanetCCRMA] CentOS5 support?

Anthony Green green at redhat.com
Fri Oct 26 07:19:01 2007

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Roy Vestal wrote:
> I am definitely interested as well. I've started a small business using 
> FC5 with the Planet CCRMA installs of Ardour, Rosegarden, Lilypad, 
> Hydrogen + dependancies.  I would love to move to a more "stable" 
> platform. I need to upgrade to get Ardour2.

All of these packages are part of Fedora proper now, which includes 
x86-64 builds (to answer your follow-on email).

I suggest volunteering to migrate these packages to the Enterprise 
Extras repository...



> Fernando Lopez-Lezcano wrote:
>> On Thu, 2007-10-25 at 09:00 +0200, Arnaud Gomes-do-Vale wrote:
>>> Hi,
>>> "Wade Nelson" <hollywoodb@fastmail.fm> writes:
>>>> If there isn't, I'm considering rebuilding the SRPMS against CentOS5 
>>>> and
>>>> was wondering if anyone else had similar interest.
>>> I have already done part of this for RHEL4 and RHEL5 derivatives. I
>>> don't have a repository online at the moment for several reasons; I
>>> could have one in a few days but most packages are quite out of date.
>>> Actually I intend to get back to work as soon as I am able to put
>>> together a sane build system, which I am currently working at.
>>>> I'm not sure in the future (figure 2+ years down the road) if it would
>>>> be rather simple or rather difficult to keep backporting PlanetCCRMA
>>>> packages to CentOS, especially with future Fedora versions supporting
>>>> things like PulseAudio.
>>> >From my experience with CentOS4, many packages build with little or no
>>> change. The lisp-based stuff is quite involved, but AFAIK this is the
>>> case for Fedora too, or at least it was before Fedora started to
>>> include packages like sbcl; I have not really been following these
>>> issues closely. The only package I was really unable to build even
>>> though I tried was ardour, because of the recent versions of glib/gtk+
>>> required for ardour2.
>> I've been hinting at getting this done for quite a while :-(
>> Right now I'm also working again on my build system, I upgraded to
>> centos5 and some stuff has to be tweaked. I'm close...
>> If I do this I would probably only deal with Centos5. One good thing is
>> the EPEL repository. Just in the same way that Planet CCRMA packages are
>> migrating to Fedora proper, the same thing could happen (maybe at the
>> same time?) with Centos5 support and EPEL for RHEL/CentOS 5.
>> -- Fernando
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