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Re: [Condor-users] condor and openSUSE

> where can I find a .srpm?
> On the download page there are only .deb, .rpm. and .msi packages
> Besides of that, there are tarballs for deb, rhap, rhas, macos, and winnt
> - nothing for suse or general srpm. Do I have to install from source?
> (I'd like to avoid that - I fear it needs a linux guru to do that and I'm
> not)

There is no distinct openSUSE srpm.  However, if you build Condor with cmake, 
it's got logic in it to handle SuSE and to build a valid RPM.  In fact, Condor 
is built on 11.3 and 11.4 nightly (or, at least, it was when I left the Condor 
team a month ago).