I'm not setting the requirements on this, but I get what you're saying.
It just seems "broken" as opposed to not configured.
On 05/21/2012 09:58 AM, Andrzej Lisowski wrote:
If you are new to OBS than you might consider skipping the NFS part for the time being as
it's not crucial to get the OBS running. You can come back to that part once you get
more confidence with OBS. I don't use this feature in my private OBS instance for the
time being either.
From: Eric Richards [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Monday, 21 May, 2012 16:16
Subject: [opensuse-buildservice] OBS private installation
I'm brand new to OBS and am trying to set up a private instance of OBS.
I'm following the directions at:
But the system I'm installing doesn't have the required files for portmap, and
therefore NFS. a
zypper what-provides portmap
Tells me that rpcbind is the source. Now uninstalling and reinstalling all of rpcbind
fails. You see, /sbin/portmap is not present.
Now, my SUSE experience is very very dated, so I'm wondering: What am I doing
wrong? (A full zypper up doesn't help...)
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