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[leafnode-list] Re: leafnode installation on centos 6.5/webmin

I tried but leafnode package is not available on my system (Centos 6.5).

ls /etc/yum.repos.d
CentOS-Base.repo       CentOS-Media.repo  epel.repo
mirrors-rpmforge         mirrors-rpmforge-testing  rpmforge.repo
CentOS-Debuginfo.repo  CentOS-Vault.repo  epel-testing.repo
mirrors-rpmforge-extras  remi.repo                 virtualmin.repo

Anyway I would like to get last stable version.

Leafnode 2? Hm, quite interesting. :))
Could you please tell me what are changes from version 1?
I'm so close to successful start of 1.1.10 - need only to configure
upstart in correct way...
So I would like to get reasons to install version 2. :)

2014-12-19 15:54 GMT+02:00 MatÄj Cepl <mcepl@xxxxxxxxxx>:
> On 19/12/14 14:30, Danil Smirnov wrote:
>> When installing on Centos 6.5/Webmin I noticed that it probably does
>> not support both inetd/xinetd (at least Webmin modules does no work,
>> although there are both inetd and xinetd procceses, changing their pid
>> constantly) because of using Upstart instead.
> For CentOS you can just `yum install leafnode` ... leafnode1 is still
> supported on EPEL6. Although, I probably need to update the package
> there. Hmm. Action item taken.
> If you want leafnode2, then I guess you can help with
> https://gitlab.com/mcepl/leafnode2-pkg :) I am just working on packaging
> of leafnode2 to Fedora/RHEL.
> Best,
> MatÄj
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