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    Lightbulb Cherokee webserver

    Where can I get repository to install cherokee on my new opensuse 11.3 ?
    Thanks in advance

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    Default Re: Cherokee webserver

    Sioux-ly you're kidding.

    But do you know the origin of the Apache name?

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    Default Re: Cherokee webserver

    Nop, and I dont really care.
    All I need is a cherokee repo ( Cherokee Web Server )


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    Default Re: Cherokee webserver

    Obviously you didn't read the Cherokee website carefully enough, or you would have seen a download link to an openSUSE repo. I saw it within a minute. It probably took you longer to post your question.

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    Default Re: Cherokee webserver

    On Sat, 17 Jul 2010 01:36:01 +0000, ken yap wrote:

    > Obviously you didn't read the Cherokee website carefully enough, or you
    > would have seen a download link to an openSUSE repo. I saw it within a
    > minute. It probably took you longer to post your question.


    Except it appears the maintainer hasn't built it for 11.3 yet. Given
    that 11.3 has only been out for about 24 hours, I'd suggest the OP hang
    in there, as a lot of packages in third-party repos haven't yet been
    rebuilt to run on 11.3 yet.

    Jim



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    Default Re: Cherokee webserver

    There appears to be a RPM for 11.3 in the down load section of the website you referenced.

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    Default Re: Cherokee webserver

    Better still, there is a repo metadata subdirectory, so he can paste that URL into YaST as a new repo.

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    Default Re: Cherokee webserver

    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Henderson
    On Sat, 17 Jul 2010 01:36:01 +0000, ken yap wrote:

    > Obviously you didn't read the Cherokee website carefully enough, or
    > you would have seen a download link to an openSUSE repo. I saw it
    > within a minute. It probably took you longer to post your question.


    Except it appears the maintainer hasn't built it for 11.3 yet. Given
    that 11.3 has only been out for about 24 hours, I'd suggest the OP hang
    in there, as a lot of packages in third-party repos haven't yet been
    rebuilt to run on 11.3 yet.

    Jim


    Hi
    It failed rpmlint...build33 started "build cherokee.spec" at Sat Jul 10
    22:46:03 UTC 2010.
    https://build.opensuse.org/package/s...=server%3Ahttp
    https://build.opensuse.org/package/r...=openSUSE_11.3

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    Default Re: Cherokee webserver

    hendersj: thanks, you got the point

    malcolmlewis: thanks, you got my point too

    Maybe I have to wait for a little, compile & install source, or create my own rpm. Of course, if I build binary rpm for cherokee will hang it somewhere to be available for all. I am a little busy now.

    Thanks a lot!

    BTW: I like this forums are moderated.
    I have been playing with gentoo, debian, ubuntu and fedora people. I am just back to suse-opensuse and is very nice to see the trolls are not welcome here.

    Thanks again

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    Default Re: Cherokee webserver

    Strange way to make a point. If the repo fails to provide the RPM, that's exactly what you should report, not go thinking oh, I must get a different repo and then tell nobody about your chain of (faulty) reasoning.

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