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installing git on centos 5.5

Carl Marcum
I'm setting up a new CentOS 5.5 VM that I can build 4.1.x series on.

First hurdle was figuring out out how to point to the vault.centos.org
archived rpms.
Unfortunately no git was available then.

Was this done for the build servers or has anyone else done this and how
did you do it?

Thanks,
Carl

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Re: installing git on centos 5.5

Don Lewis-2
On 23 Aug, Carl Marcum wrote:
> I'm setting up a new CentOS 5.5 VM that I can build 4.1.x series on.
>
> First hurdle was figuring out out how to point to the vault.centos.org
> archived rpms.
> Unfortunately no git was available then.
>
> Was this done for the build servers or has anyone else done this and how
> did you do it?

You may have to download the source and build it yourself.


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Re: installing git on centos 5.5

Carl Marcum
Hi Don,

On 8/23/20 2:58 PM, Don Lewis wrote:

> On 23 Aug, Carl Marcum wrote:
>> I'm setting up a new CentOS 5.5 VM that I can build 4.1.x series on.
>>
>> First hurdle was figuring out out how to point to the vault.centos.org
>> archived rpms.
>> Unfortunately no git was available then.
>>
>> Was this done for the build servers or has anyone else done this and how
>> did you do it?
> You may have to download the source and build it yourself.

That's what I'll try next.
Any idea if I can build the latest version or need to back up somewhat?

Thanks,
Carl

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Re: installing git on centos 5.5

Don Lewis-2
On 24 Aug, Carl Marcum wrote:

> Hi Don,
>
> On 8/23/20 2:58 PM, Don Lewis wrote:
>> On 23 Aug, Carl Marcum wrote:
>>> I'm setting up a new CentOS 5.5 VM that I can build 4.1.x series on.
>>>
>>> First hurdle was figuring out out how to point to the vault.centos.org
>>> archived rpms.
>>> Unfortunately no git was available then.
>>>
>>> Was this done for the build servers or has anyone else done this and how
>>> did you do it?
>> You may have to download the source and build it yourself.
>
> That's what I'll try next.
> Any idea if I can build the latest version or need to back up somewhat?

No idea.


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Re: installing git on centos 5.5

Don Lewis-2
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On 24 Aug, Carl Marcum wrote:

> Hi Don,
>
> On 8/23/20 2:58 PM, Don Lewis wrote:
>> On 23 Aug, Carl Marcum wrote:
>>> I'm setting up a new CentOS 5.5 VM that I can build 4.1.x series on.
>>>
>>> First hurdle was figuring out out how to point to the vault.centos.org
>>> archived rpms.
>>> Unfortunately no git was available then.
>>>
>>> Was this done for the build servers or has anyone else done this and how
>>> did you do it?
>> You may have to download the source and build it yourself.
>
> That's what I'll try next.
> Any idea if I can build the latest version or need to back up somewhat?

One problem you might run into is that the version of openssl might be
too old to connect to github.  You might need to install a newer version
in /usr/local.  You might also need to install a newer version of ssh
and/or curl to link to that as well.

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Re: installing git on centos 5.5

Don Lewis-2
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On 23 Aug, Carl Marcum wrote:
> I'm setting up a new CentOS 5.5 VM that I can build 4.1.x series on.
>
> First hurdle was figuring out out how to point to the vault.centos.org
> archived rpms.
> Unfortunately no git was available then.

I've managed to resurrect my CentOS 5 VM.

git builds from source out of the box, but as I suspected, the system
openssl is too old to talk to github.

Download and unpack openssl-1.0.2u.  Build and install according to the
instructions.  At the configure step:
  ./config --shared

Download and unpack curl-7.71.1. Build and install.  At the configure
step:
  LDFLAGS=-Wl,-R/usr/local/ssl/lib ./configure --with-ssl=/usr/local/ssl --disable-ldap

Download and unpack git-2.28.0.  At the configure step:
  ./configure --with-openssl=/usr/local/ssl
At the build step:
  make CURL_DIR=/usr/local


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Re: installing git on centos 5.5

Don Lewis-2
On 29 Aug, Don Lewis wrote:

> On 23 Aug, Carl Marcum wrote:
>> I'm setting up a new CentOS 5.5 VM that I can build 4.1.x series on.
>>
>> First hurdle was figuring out out how to point to the vault.centos.org
>> archived rpms.
>> Unfortunately no git was available then.
>
> I've managed to resurrect my CentOS 5 VM.
>
> git builds from source out of the box, but as I suspected, the system
> openssl is too old to talk to github.
>
> Download and unpack openssl-1.0.2u.  Build and install according to the
> instructions.  At the configure step:
>   ./config --shared
>
> Download and unpack curl-7.71.1. Build and install.  At the configure
> step:
>   LDFLAGS=-Wl,-R/usr/local/ssl/lib ./configure --with-ssl=/usr/local/ssl --disable-ldap
>
> Download and unpack git-2.28.0.  At the configure step:
>   ./configure --with-openssl=/usr/local/ssl
> At the build step:
>   make CURL_DIR=/usr/local

BTW, I have only tested https URLs.


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Re: installing git on centos 5.5

Don Lewis-2
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On 29 Aug, Don Lewis wrote:

> On 23 Aug, Carl Marcum wrote:
>> I'm setting up a new CentOS 5.5 VM that I can build 4.1.x series on.
>>
>> First hurdle was figuring out out how to point to the vault.centos.org
>> archived rpms.
>> Unfortunately no git was available then.
>
> I've managed to resurrect my CentOS 5 VM.
>
> git builds from source out of the box, but as I suspected, the system
> openssl is too old to talk to github.
>
> Download and unpack openssl-1.0.2u.  Build and install according to the
> instructions.  At the configure step:
>   ./config --shared
>
> Download and unpack curl-7.71.1. Build and install.  At the configure
> step:
>   LDFLAGS=-Wl,-R/usr/local/ssl/lib ./configure --with-ssl=/usr/local/ssl --disable-ldap
>
> Download and unpack git-2.28.0.  At the configure step:
>   ./configure --with-openssl=/usr/local/ssl

Not quite ... it was only working for me because I had set
$LD_LIBRARY_PATH. Instead do this:
   LDFLAGS=-Wl,-R/usr/local/lib ./configure --with-openssl=/usr/local/ssl
   
> At the build step:
>   make CURL_DIR=/usr/local


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Re: installing git on centos 5.5

Don Lewis-2
On 29 Aug, Don Lewis wrote:

> On 29 Aug, Don Lewis wrote:
>> On 23 Aug, Carl Marcum wrote:
>>> I'm setting up a new CentOS 5.5 VM that I can build 4.1.x series on.
>>>
>>> First hurdle was figuring out out how to point to the vault.centos.org
>>> archived rpms.
>>> Unfortunately no git was available then.
>>
>> I've managed to resurrect my CentOS 5 VM.
>>
>> git builds from source out of the box, but as I suspected, the system
>> openssl is too old to talk to github.
>>
>> Download and unpack openssl-1.0.2u.  Build and install according to the
>> instructions.  At the configure step:
>>   ./config --shared
>>
>> Download and unpack curl-7.71.1. Build and install.  At the configure
>> step:
>>   LDFLAGS=-Wl,-R/usr/local/ssl/lib ./configure --with-ssl=/usr/local/ssl --disable-ldap
>>
>> Download and unpack git-2.28.0.  At the configure step:
>>   ./configure --with-openssl=/usr/local/ssl
>
> Not quite ... it was only working for me because I had set
> $LD_LIBRARY_PATH. Instead do this:
>    LDFLAGS=-Wl,-R/usr/local/lib ./configure --with-openssl=/usr/local/ssl
>    
>> At the build step:
>>   make CURL_DIR=/usr/local

Be preparied to download the anything missing from ext_sources elsewhere
and copy the files to the CentOS machine manually.  Because of the old
system OpenSSL, bootstrap can't speak https to much of anything.  Same
fro trying to use wget.


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Re: installing git on centos 5.5

Carl Marcum
Hi Don,

On 8/29/20 8:02 PM, Don Lewis wrote:

> On 29 Aug, Don Lewis wrote:
>> On 29 Aug, Don Lewis wrote:
>>> On 23 Aug, Carl Marcum wrote:
>>>> I'm setting up a new CentOS 5.5 VM that I can build 4.1.x series on.
>>>>
>>>> First hurdle was figuring out out how to point to the vault.centos.org
>>>> archived rpms.
>>>> Unfortunately no git was available then.
>>> I've managed to resurrect my CentOS 5 VM.
>>>
>>> git builds from source out of the box, but as I suspected, the system
>>> openssl is too old to talk to github.
>>>
>>> Download and unpack openssl-1.0.2u.  Build and install according to the
>>> instructions.  At the configure step:
>>>    ./config --shared
>>>
>>> Download and unpack curl-7.71.1. Build and install.  At the configure
>>> step:
>>>    LDFLAGS=-Wl,-R/usr/local/ssl/lib ./configure --with-ssl=/usr/local/ssl --disable-ldap
>>>
>>> Download and unpack git-2.28.0.  At the configure step:
>>>    ./configure --with-openssl=/usr/local/ssl
>> Not quite ... it was only working for me because I had set
>> $LD_LIBRARY_PATH. Instead do this:
>>     LDFLAGS=-Wl,-R/usr/local/lib ./configure --with-openssl=/usr/local/ssl
>>    
>>> At the build step:
>>>    make CURL_DIR=/usr/local
> Be preparied to download the anything missing from ext_sources elsewhere
> and copy the files to the CentOS machine manually.  Because of the old
> system OpenSSL, bootstrap can't speak https to much of anything.  Same
> fro trying to use wget.

Thank you for the great replies.

I'm currently trying to build it on CentOS 6 since it has support until
November this year.
The build has stopped a few times but I think I'm getting close.

Then I'll go back and try 5.

Thanks again !!
Best regards,
Carl

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Re: installing git on centos 5.5

Don Lewis-2
On 30 Aug, Carl Marcum wrote:

> Hi Don,
>
> On 8/29/20 8:02 PM, Don Lewis wrote:
>> On 29 Aug, Don Lewis wrote:
>>> On 29 Aug, Don Lewis wrote:
>>>> On 23 Aug, Carl Marcum wrote:
>>>>> I'm setting up a new CentOS 5.5 VM that I can build 4.1.x series on.
>>>>>
>>>>> First hurdle was figuring out out how to point to the vault.centos.org
>>>>> archived rpms.
>>>>> Unfortunately no git was available then.
>>>> I've managed to resurrect my CentOS 5 VM.
>>>>
>>>> git builds from source out of the box, but as I suspected, the system
>>>> openssl is too old to talk to github.
>>>>
>>>> Download and unpack openssl-1.0.2u.  Build and install according to the
>>>> instructions.  At the configure step:
>>>>    ./config --shared
>>>>
>>>> Download and unpack curl-7.71.1. Build and install.  At the configure
>>>> step:
>>>>    LDFLAGS=-Wl,-R/usr/local/ssl/lib ./configure --with-ssl=/usr/local/ssl --disable-ldap
>>>>
>>>> Download and unpack git-2.28.0.  At the configure step:
>>>>    ./configure --with-openssl=/usr/local/ssl
>>> Not quite ... it was only working for me because I had set
>>> $LD_LIBRARY_PATH. Instead do this:
>>>     LDFLAGS=-Wl,-R/usr/local/lib ./configure --with-openssl=/usr/local/ssl
>>>    
>>>> At the build step:
>>>>    make CURL_DIR=/usr/local
>> Be preparied to download the anything missing from ext_sources elsewhere
>> and copy the files to the CentOS machine manually.  Because of the old
>> system OpenSSL, bootstrap can't speak https to much of anything.  Same
>> fro trying to use wget.
>
> Thank you for the great replies.
>
> I'm currently trying to build it on CentOS 6 since it has support until
> November this year.
> The build has stopped a few times but I think I'm getting close.
>
> Then I'll go back and try 5.

I am able to build AOO418 on 32-bit 5.




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Re: installing git on centos 5.5

Jim Jagielski
All my Linux builds in

    http://home.apache.org/~jim/AOO-builds/4.1.8-dev/ <http://home.apache.org/~jim/AOO-builds/4.1.8-dev/>

where done on CentOS5

> On Aug 30, 2020, at 2:36 PM, Don Lewis <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
> On 30 Aug, Carl Marcum wrote:
>> Hi Don,
>>
>> On 8/29/20 8:02 PM, Don Lewis wrote:
>>> On 29 Aug, Don Lewis wrote:
>>>> On 29 Aug, Don Lewis wrote:
>>>>> On 23 Aug, Carl Marcum wrote:
>>>>>> I'm setting up a new CentOS 5.5 VM that I can build 4.1.x series on.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> First hurdle was figuring out out how to point to the vault.centos.org
>>>>>> archived rpms.
>>>>>> Unfortunately no git was available then.
>>>>> I've managed to resurrect my CentOS 5 VM.
>>>>>
>>>>> git builds from source out of the box, but as I suspected, the system
>>>>> openssl is too old to talk to github.
>>>>>
>>>>> Download and unpack openssl-1.0.2u.  Build and install according to the
>>>>> instructions.  At the configure step:
>>>>>   ./config --shared
>>>>>
>>>>> Download and unpack curl-7.71.1. Build and install.  At the configure
>>>>> step:
>>>>>   LDFLAGS=-Wl,-R/usr/local/ssl/lib ./configure --with-ssl=/usr/local/ssl --disable-ldap
>>>>>
>>>>> Download and unpack git-2.28.0.  At the configure step:
>>>>>   ./configure --with-openssl=/usr/local/ssl
>>>> Not quite ... it was only working for me because I had set
>>>> $LD_LIBRARY_PATH. Instead do this:
>>>>    LDFLAGS=-Wl,-R/usr/local/lib ./configure --with-openssl=/usr/local/ssl
>>>>
>>>>> At the build step:
>>>>>   make CURL_DIR=/usr/local
>>> Be preparied to download the anything missing from ext_sources elsewhere
>>> and copy the files to the CentOS machine manually.  Because of the old
>>> system OpenSSL, bootstrap can't speak https to much of anything.  Same
>>> fro trying to use wget.
>>
>> Thank you for the great replies.
>>
>> I'm currently trying to build it on CentOS 6 since it has support until
>> November this year.
>> The build has stopped a few times but I think I'm getting close.
>>
>> Then I'll go back and try 5.
>
> I am able to build AOO418 on 32-bit 5.
>
>
>
>
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Re: installing git on centos 5.5

Jim Jagielski
Just a FYI that I have no problem compiling and building AOO418 HEAD on CentOS5 (64bit)

> On Aug 31, 2020, at 9:49 AM, Jim Jagielski <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
> All my Linux builds in
>
>    http://home.apache.org/~jim/AOO-builds/4.1.8-dev/ <http://home.apache.org/~jim/AOO-builds/4.1.8-dev/>
>
> where done on CentOS5
>
>> On Aug 30, 2020, at 2:36 PM, Don Lewis <[hidden email]> wrote:
>>
>> On 30 Aug, Carl Marcum wrote:
>>> Hi Don,
>>>
>>> On 8/29/20 8:02 PM, Don Lewis wrote:
>>>> On 29 Aug, Don Lewis wrote:
>>>>> On 29 Aug, Don Lewis wrote:
>>>>>> On 23 Aug, Carl Marcum wrote:
>>>>>>> I'm setting up a new CentOS 5.5 VM that I can build 4.1.x series on.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> First hurdle was figuring out out how to point to the vault.centos.org
>>>>>>> archived rpms.
>>>>>>> Unfortunately no git was available then.
>>>>>> I've managed to resurrect my CentOS 5 VM.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> git builds from source out of the box, but as I suspected, the system
>>>>>> openssl is too old to talk to github.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Download and unpack openssl-1.0.2u.  Build and install according to the
>>>>>> instructions.  At the configure step:
>>>>>>  ./config --shared
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Download and unpack curl-7.71.1. Build and install.  At the configure
>>>>>> step:
>>>>>>  LDFLAGS=-Wl,-R/usr/local/ssl/lib ./configure --with-ssl=/usr/local/ssl --disable-ldap
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Download and unpack git-2.28.0.  At the configure step:
>>>>>>  ./configure --with-openssl=/usr/local/ssl
>>>>> Not quite ... it was only working for me because I had set
>>>>> $LD_LIBRARY_PATH. Instead do this:
>>>>>   LDFLAGS=-Wl,-R/usr/local/lib ./configure --with-openssl=/usr/local/ssl
>>>>>
>>>>>> At the build step:
>>>>>>  make CURL_DIR=/usr/local
>>>> Be preparied to download the anything missing from ext_sources elsewhere
>>>> and copy the files to the CentOS machine manually.  Because of the old
>>>> system OpenSSL, bootstrap can't speak https to much of anything.  Same
>>>> fro trying to use wget.
>>>
>>> Thank you for the great replies.
>>>
>>> I'm currently trying to build it on CentOS 6 since it has support until
>>> November this year.
>>> The build has stopped a few times but I think I'm getting close.
>>>
>>> Then I'll go back and try 5.
>>
>> I am able to build AOO418 on 32-bit 5.
>>
>>
>>
>>
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