Note: "permalinks" may not be as permanent as we would like,
direct links of old sources may well be a few messages off.
On Thu, Dec 14, 2017 at 10:54:40AM +0100, Roberto Resoli wrote: > Il 05/12/2017 14:29, Philipp Reisner ha scritto: > > Please help testing the release candidate. > > I would like to help testing; could someone point me to building > instructions? I found a section 4.3 in the User Guide for drbd8, but > none for drbd9 . The easiest way to help with testing is to spin up some Ubuntu LTS VMs and add the PPA. The PPA contains rc releases. That said, wait, maybe till tomorrow, there will be rc2s for utils (no functional changes, just some additional stuff I would like to get in like drbdmon updated, Japanese man-pages,...), but also a rc2 for drbd9 which will be important. PS: If you really want to build from source, use the tarballs and the usual ./configure && make && sudo make install for userspace and for kernel space install the headers and make && sudo make install. If you use git, we expect you to know what you do. We don't document the build in the users-guide anymore, because for tarballs it is obvious, for git users (== developers) we expect them to know what they do, and packaging is too horrible to maintain (it is slightly different for every distribution, even differs for minor releases, especially looking at the *beep* rpm based distris that can be so broken that we need to patch their broken macros some times). No fun to maintain that in the users-guide and providing packages is part of LINBIT's business anyways. Thanks for your efforts, rck  https://launchpad.net/~linbit/+archive/ubuntu/linbit-drbd9-stack