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RE: opsys version (RE: Making it easier to get and use pkgsrc)
> Well, not yet, since I haven't added code for Linux yet.
> Where's this "-1.ydl61.5" coming from? What does it mean, if
Something to do with the vendor/distro. (I assume some kind of build number
for QA.) I use Yellow Dog Linux (YDL). On a box I have available at work
(CentOS, based on Red Hat Enterprise Linux), the uname -r is
"2.6.18-53.1.14.el5" (note the "EL" toward the end). YDL is also based on
RH/CentOS. Perhaps this extra version info is peculiar to RH-derived Linuxen?
My Ubuntu box is packed up in preparation to move, but maybe someone could
check some other Linux flavors?
App Admin, Intercall Production Services
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