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(I checked the PDF output as well).
Le 16/02/2013 18:08, Jeff Squyres (jsquyres) a écrit :
> How's this?
> On Feb 16, 2013, at 11:57 AM, "Jeff Squyres (jsquyres)" <jsquyres_at_[hidden]> wrote:
>> On Feb 16, 2013, at 9:43 AM, Brice Goglin <Brice.Goglin_at_[hidden]> wrote:
>>>> No, it's not. RHEL6, for example, does have libpciaccess, but does not
>>>> have a libpciaccess-dev (or devel).
>>> Are you sure? CentOS 6.3 has it (Ubuntu, Debian and OpenSuse too).
>> Per your second mail, I guess I was wrong about that.
>>> It all depends on RHEL6 shipping the -devel or not. If -devel is widely
>>> available as a package, the situation is exactly like libxml2-devel or
>> It looks like numactl and numactl-devel are on my main RHEL6 DVD. But only libpciaccess -- not libpciaccess-devel -- is on my main RHEL6 DVD.
>> Here's checking all the RHEL6 DVD iso's that I have:
>> [8:52] savbu-usnic-a:~/downloads % cat check-rhel.csh
>> foreach iso (`ls rhel-server*.iso`)
>> mount -o ro,loop $iso /mnt
>> echo === $iso
>> find /mnt | grep pciaccess
>> umount /mnt
>> [8:52] savbu-usnic-a:~/downloads % sudo ./check-rhel.csh
>> === rhel-server-6.0-source-dvd1.iso
>> === rhel-server-6.0-source-dvd2.iso
>> === rhel-server-6.0-x86_64-boot.iso
>> === rhel-server-6.0-x86_64-dvd.iso
>> === rhel-server-6.1-x86_64-boot.iso
>> === rhel-server-6.1-x86_64-dvd.iso
>> === rhel-server-6.2-x86_64-boot.iso
>> === rhel-server-6.2-x86_64-dvd.iso
>> === rhel-server-6.3-x86_64-boot.iso
>> === rhel-server-6.3-x86_64-dvd.iso
>> [8:52] savbu-usnic-a:~/downloads %
>> Looking inside the spec file in the SRPM, I see that it builds a devel RPM, but I don't see that devel package anywhere on the RHEL6 DVDs.
>> Are there RHEL6 DVD's other than the boot DVD and the main DVD?
>>>>>> +<li>pciutils (libpci). The relevant development package is usually
>>>>>> +<tt>pciutils-devel</tt> or <tt>libpci-dev</tt>. Unfortunately, while
>>>>>> +the libpci library from the pciutils package is pre-installed (or
>>>>>> +readily available) on many platforms, it is licensed under the GPL.
>>>>>> +Hence, if hwloc is configured to build/link against libpci, the hwloc
>>>>>> +library and binaries will be tainted with GPL (<strong>this has
>>>>>> +serious implications for 3rd parties developing tools that link
>>>>>> +against libhwloc!</strong>)</li>
>>>>> This text is way too long. That section about dependencies was meant to
>>>>> be easy to read before a first manual build of hwloc, that's why it's
>>>>> a small list of short items. You're adding half a page about libpci in the
>>>>> middle, making it hard to read. That long discussion can move somewhere
>>>>> else, I'd say a FAQ entry at the end of doxy.
>>>> I can see moving it out of this short list, but something like it should stay within the installation section.
>>> Move it to the end of that section then, right after the small list of
>> Sounds good.
>>> We just have to make sure that "GPL" appears nearby each occurence of
>>> --enable-libpci. But that won't ever prevent bad users from enabling it
>>> without reading the doc. If they don't read configure --help or the doc
>>> before adding --enable-libpci, they won't read you 20 lines about the
>>> GPL issue :/
>> But you might well notice it in boldfaced text in the PDF when figuring out how to install PCI support (because you didn't get it by default). :-)
>> Jeff Squyres
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