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CSUnixTeam
16-Jul-2015, 19:45
I know that Spacewalk is the upstream source for SuSE Manager. I stood up a proof-of-concept Spacewalk on a CentOS server, and successfully setup CentOS, OpenSuSE and RHEL repositories. I would like to rebuild my SW server and put it on a SuSE server, however, all of the SW repositories and documentation are for RHEL, CentOS or Fedora. To the best of my knowledge, there are no SW repositories for SuSE. Right now I would have to compile it from source.

Does anyone know of SuSE SW repositories? If not, has anyone compiled it from source?

Thank you

Daryl

malcolmlewis
16-Jul-2015, 21:18
On Thu 16 Jul 2015 06:54:01 PM CDT, CSUnixTeam wrote:


I know that Spacewalk is the upstream source for SuSE Manager. I stood
up a proof-of-concept Spacewalk on a CentOS server, and successfully
setup CentOS, OpenSuSE and RHEL repositories. I would like to rebuild
my SW server and put it on a SuSE server, however, all of the SW
repositories and documentation are for RHEL, CentOS or Fedora. To the
best of my knowledge, there are no SW repositories for SuSE. Right now
I would have to compile it from source.

Does anyone know of SuSE SW repositories? If not, has anyone compiled
it from source?

Thank you

Daryl




Hi
On OBS.... ;)
https://build.opensuse.org/project/show/systemsmanagement:spacewalk

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kwk
17-Jul-2015, 07:17
The packages on build.opensuse.org only cover the client stack, not the server.

All the source is available upstream and you're welcome to use the Open Build Service to create Spacewalk (Server) packages.

There have been similar inquiries before but noone made the attempt to create SUSE packages.