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Re: [Condor-users] Standard universe support

On Oct 3, 2007, at 5:03 PM, Leandro Doctors wrote:

Le Wednesday 3 October 2007 18:02, David Brodbeck a écrit:
On Oct 3, 2007, at 7:29 AM, Leandro Doctors wrote:
I plan to try Condor on computers with a SATA disk.

Unfortunately, only "new" distros that can detect this kind of disks
(Debian "Etch", RHEL 5, etc.).

Unfortunately, I have not seen any condor binary for them with
universe support.
The current binaries work fine with RHEL 5.  That's where I'm using
them.  I didn't have much luck with the RPM, but the tarball didn't
give me any trouble.
If it works with RHEL 5, it should work with Scientific Linux 5[0], right?

Most likely.  Actually, if you look carefully at the Condor download page, you'll see that almost all of the Linux download links are actually links to the RHEL tarball.  At least, that was the case the last time I visited there.  Distributions aren't as different as they used to be, and binaries that run on one will often run on another without too many problems.  The best thing to do is try it and see if it works!

David Brodbeck
Information Technology Specialist 3
Computational Linguistics
University of Washington