Installing Eddie under Debian GNU/Linux (Sarge/Woody)?

yerl <>
Fri Jul 15 21:34:18 CEST 2005


Hi Thomas!
This is because you're using a new version of OTP.
Set the  correct valu in the system.mk file.
Yerl

Thomas Fischbacher a écrit :

>On Fri, 15 Jul 2005, Will Newton wrote:
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>>>I downloaded the sources from http://eddie.sourceforge.net/1p50.html
>>>(eddie-1.5.1.tar.gz) and use Debian 3.1 on x86/32 bit (Sarge - but as
>>>there are no Erlang packages for Sarge, I resorted to installing those
>>>from woody).
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>>The ones from Woody are quite old now IIRC (R8). The erlang packages from sid 
>>should install, and if they don't rebuilding should be trivial.
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>Indeed, that seemed to do the job. Thanks.
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>I had to upgrade libc, libc6-dev, openssl to the packages from etch, but 
>now it seems to compile. (No, I'm actually not that insane to mess up my 
>Debian installation for playing around with a DNS implementation I might 
>or might not use in the end. I'm doing this from within user mode linux 
>with copy-on-write persistent disks.)
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>Now for the next problem: fdsrv_drv.c wants to
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>#include "driver.h"
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>which comes from the erlang header files. There is such a file in 
>include/obsolete/ - this seems to have changed to erl_driver.h in the 
>version of Erlang I have now. (I cannot just replace driver.h by 
>erl_driver.h, but am I permitted to use obsolete/driver.h?)
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>All that is certainly not that nice, but on the other hand, I am maybe 
>not that interested in the fdsrv component at all. Let's see. 
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>At least, "make dns_server" seems to work well now.
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