[Samba] samba & acl & xfs
Martin (Tino) Peikert
tino at nolog.org
Fri Aug 16 02:29:01 GMT 2002
Hi Antonio, hi to all the others,
Antonio Nikolic wrote:
> Hi folks,
> let's summarize a bit:
> I have installed woody from a bootable cd with a xfs-patched kernel: 2.4.18.
Ok, I have kernel 2.4.19-xfs from cvs at sgi and recompiled it to fit my
hardware (I used dpkg-make to build the kernel debs).
>>From the woody dist I installed attr, libattr1 and attr-dev (which claim to be "largerly"
> compatible with XFS in the package-description)
> Further I installed the xfs-packages that came with woody: xfsdump_2.0.1-1, xfsprogs_2.0.3-1
> and xfslibs-dev_2.0.3-1.
> Because getfacl and setfacl were missing I downloaded the acltools from SGI and compiled
> debian binaries with "rules binary" and installed them (acl_2.0.9-1, libacl1_2.0.9-1 and
nichtsnutz:~/samba-2.2.3a/source# dpkg -S getfacl
So this should do:
apt-get install acl acl-dev
> FINALLY, I've downloaded the sambasources 2.2.5 and modified the "rules"-file from the
> packaging directories to compile with-acl-support. But compiling with "rules binary" fails,
> saying acl was not supported.
I still use samba-2.2.3a-6 that I got using
apt-get source samba
Then I edited samba-2.2.3a/source/configure as described. Then
./configure --with... showed me Posix acl support, make and make install
gave me samba running with acl support. But not a debian package. As
mentioned before, I already wrote a bug report to debian since there
seems to be a bug in configure.in.
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