Note: "permalinks" may not be as permanent as we would like,
direct links of old sources may well be a few messages off.
Hello, On the download area of DRBD+, one can find packages for RedHat or Suze. Is there anything else for a generic GNU/Linux OS, like Debian for instance? I have experience with DRBD 0.7.x. I used to compile it with a fresh source kernel tree. Do we have to follow such a way with DRBD+? DRBD+ is not free but we can find packages for Suze in the download page. How is that possible? Is one package of DRBD+ specially attached to one specific version of the linux kernel? The price is quite expensive, especially the one for a one year extension! It means that each year one have to pay EUR 1870! Is that correct? Thanks for your answers.