[Xorp-users] Installing Xorp-1.6 in Fedora-12-x86_64

Achmad Basuki abazh18 at gmail.com
Wed Mar 10 16:52:21 PST 2010

If you need xorp-1.6 rpm for i686 and x86_64, I have made it available
at http://abazh.ai3.net/xorp/fedora/12/
You can download it and install it using rpm install command or you
can even create .repo file to refer to the above URL, then installing
via yum.

After installing this, your xorp configuration file is then define in
/etc/xorp/xorp.conf and you can start xorp service via "service xorp

I haven't able to create rpm package for xorp-1.7 from SVN, since it
has problem on compilation for Fedora 12. Fedora 12 uses gcc-4.4.3 and
SCons 1.2.0.
If you want to compile xorp-1.7-WIP from SVN, you can use Fedora 11
that has no problem on compilation.



On Thu, Feb 11, 2010 at 12:08 AM, Bruce Simpson <bms at incunabulum.net> wrote:
> On 02/10/10 01:31, Fazlina Zuria Mohd Anuar wrote:
>> Thanks Ben&  Bruce.
>> I didn't know how to reproduce it with SVN.
> Do you have Subversion installed?
> If so:
>  svn co http://xorp.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/xorp/trunk/xorp
> You should be able to build it with GCC 4.2.1 and SCons 1.2.0 just fine.
> ...
>> Last I checked, xorp svn won't compile on F12 because of changes to
>> cpp....
>> Ben
> Doesn't Fedora have a yum-installable package of a previous compiler
> version which could be used until the CPP kinks can be worked out? GCC
> 4.2.1 seems fine as a baseline.
> FWIW someone(tm) should find time to try Clang, the LLVM native
> front-end; it looks like it will knock the spots off GCC.
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