packages for debian jessie
|Assignee:||Jaime Melis||% Done:|
|Target version:||Release 4.14|
#1 Updated by Christoph Pleger about 6 years ago
Starting from the source code for the OpenNebula 4.12.1 Ubuntu 14.04 packages, I made some changes and created packages for Debian jessie. The packages can be installed with all dependencies fulfilled and some little functionality checks showed no problems.
The changes mentioned above include some things which I think are necessary, for example adding runlevel links for sunstone in postinst or let the OpenNebula initscript wait till some files which are needed by onegate or oneflow have been created, and other things which were on my wishlist like having a separate log directory for VMs and adding radius authentication support. I documented the changes I made in debian/changelog (hope I did not forget anything).
I wanted to attach my .dsc and .debian.tar.gz files here, but only got error messages. Unfortunately, the error messages are incomplete, the message for the .debian.tar.gz was "Internal Server", what very probably means "Internal server Error", the message for the .dsc was "Unknown".
#4 Updated by Olivier Berger almost 6 years ago
FYI, there has been work recently for updating the official Debian packages (official, Debian-wise) for latest version of Opennebula.
May I suggest to have a look at discussions and repository mentioned on https://wiki.debian.org/Teams/pkg-opennebula to try and coordinate.
Hope this helps.
#6 Updated by Dmitry Smirnov almost 6 years ago
It would be best to consolidate our efforts around official Debian packages and ideally stop providing upstream packages.
Packages for Jessie can be offered through official backports repository after migration to "testing".
#7 Updated by Jaime Melis over 5 years ago
- Status changed from Pending to Closed
- Resolution set to fixed
Dmitry, we're closing this ticket as the main issue here is to provide packages for Debian 8 which we are already doing. However, we'd like to look into the backports repository after the release. Thanks for the suggestions, let's see if in a month or so we can see how to do that and if we really want to.