well we moved to a recent ubuntu instead and installed it..
not our standard work environment though, but it was less trouble like that.
On Tuesday, November 12, 2013 8:35:55 AM UTC-5, Stephen Gallagher wrote:
> On 11/11/2013 07:21 AM, Dan Porter wrote:
> > For those wanting to run RBTools under EL5 (which is unfortunately our
> > main production environment still), attached is an unofficial package we
> > use at our company. It's built from standard sources and contains a
> > minor patch. No post 0.5.2 updates/patches have been applied.
> > Link to Gist if you wish to build this
> > yourself: https://gist.github.com/Stealthii/7412376
> > On reviewboard itself I can confirm there are issues running this on
> > RHEL5. Strongly recommend 6.2+.
> > On Monday, November 4, 2013 11:35:43 PM UTC, Stephen Gallagher wrote:
> > On 11/04/2013 01:28 PM, Adrien Rochereau wrote:
> > > Hi, I did an install two weeks ago on a centos 5.4 without any
> > issues,
> > > This week, trying to do the same thing on RHEL 5.4 and yum kept
> > > returining not found, if you go to the package browser on fedora's
> > > website, you cannot find RB anymore under 5/i386.
> > > Is this because of an update or are you pulling the support of
> > >
> > Yes, I sent out an announcement quite a while ago. RHEL/CentOS 4 is
> > old and cannot support ReviewBoard any longer without significant
> > effort
> > in porting all of its dependencies to the python26 toolchain in
> > Given that RHEL 5 is very old and in maintenance mode, I reasoned
> > people would generally accept running a RHEL 6 VM to power
> > if they wanted to.
> Oops! Thanks for pointing this out to me. I thought I had released an
> RBTools 0.5.2 package for EPEL 5, but it looks like I must have
> forgotten to. It's now built and on the way to the EPEL 5
> updates-testing repository.
> I retired the Review Board server from EPEL 5, but it makes sense to
> maintain the client.
> I've created the package now:
> It should get into the epel-testing repo within 48 hours. You can also
> download the RPM directly from the link above.
> Dan: I don't understand the point of the patch in your gist. It looks
> like a variant of an old one I had created, but it's no longer
> necessary. I got a better version upstreamed so that it will try to use
> the system copy before it resorts to ez_setup. Your patch doesn't really
> hurt anything, but it's unnecessary.
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