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You would like to see binary package for:

Debian, Ubuntu (.deb)
- 82 (43.9%)
RHEL, Centos (.rpm)
- 64 (34.2%)
Gentoo (ebuild)
- 3 (1.6%)
Generic Linux (.tgz, just bunch of files)
- 21 (11.2%)
FreeBSD (.tbz, sutable for pkg_add)
- 17 (9.1%)

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Alex Kirhenshtein

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Binary packages: which distribution is most demanded
« on: March 24, 2010, 10:42:47 pm »

Hello.

We are planing to provide binary packages for NetXMS, but we need to decide, which OS / Distribution should go first.

Note: most likely that there will be no binary package for Gentoo - only .ebuild, since Gentoo is user-build and completely unpredictable in sense of libraries and their versions.
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Anders

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Re: Binary packages: which distribution is most demanded
« Reply #1 on: March 18, 2011, 11:37:10 am »

Hi,

Are there any plans to release .deb-packages for x64 for Debian/Ubuntu?

Thanks.
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Victor Kirhenshtein

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Re: Binary packages: which distribution is most demanded
« Reply #2 on: March 20, 2011, 12:01:43 pm »

Hi!

Yes, x64 Debian packages will be released soon.

Best regards,
Victor
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Re: Binary packages: which distribution is most demanded
« Reply #3 on: October 31, 2013, 01:24:21 pm »

+1 for a Debian repo
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Re: Binary packages: which distribution is most demanded
« Reply #4 on: November 06, 2013, 07:40:55 pm »

Personally i use centos x64 so i would like to have rpm built for  both x86 and x64 for centos.
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Dani@M3T

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Re: Binary packages: which distribution is most demanded
« Reply #5 on: January 04, 2014, 11:35:17 pm »

we use OpenSUSE 13.1 because of the new Hyper-V Gen2 Support
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Re: Binary packages: which distribution is most demanded
« Reply #6 on: March 05, 2014, 01:04:31 am »

Don't bother with a FreeBSD package.. create a port, not a package.
There is one but it's version 1.0.13
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Re: Binary packages: which distribution is most demanded
« Reply #7 on: April 04, 2014, 05:46:46 am »

I second the FreeBSD port!  ;D
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possamai

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Re: Binary packages: which distribution is most demanded
« Reply #8 on: April 07, 2014, 05:07:36 pm »

I second the FreeBSD port!  ;D

I can make the port for MySQL but I'm not going to test all the other database options.. It's my only machine and I want to keep it clean. Can't promise that I can keep it up2date either..
I'm out of a job now so I have time, but I hope that won't be for long..
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Victor Kirhenshtein

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Re: Binary packages: which distribution is most demanded
« Reply #9 on: April 09, 2014, 09:17:27 am »

Even upgrading port to latest release will be great. If test system is a problem, I can provide you access to test virtual machines with FreeBSD. Please contact me directly if you are interested.

Best regards,
Victor
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possamai

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Re: Binary packages: which distribution is most demanded
« Reply #10 on: April 09, 2014, 05:04:42 pm »

I'll see what I can do. I already have a setup with MySQL so I can start with that.
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Re: Binary packages: which distribution is most demanded
« Reply #11 on: May 12, 2014, 06:25:36 pm »

Hi,

There is a port for 1.2.13 in preparation.
Check http://www.freebsd.org/cgi/query-pr.cgi?pr=ports/188406

I have used it.
I have had to delete "NO_PACKAGE=     yes" line from the Makefile in order to build and install.
It build and install ok, the server is stable.

I have problem with the agent (1.2.13). For different parameters the agent return INTERNAL_ERROR.
An agent log (debug level 9) look like this:

[11-May-2014 11:51:52.658] [DEBUG] [session:0] Received message CMD_GET_PARAMETER
[11-May-2014 11:51:52.659] [DEBUG] [session:0] Requesting parameter "Net.Interface.BytesIn(1)"
[11-May-2014 11:51:52.659] [DEBUG] [session:0] GetParameterValue(): result is 500 (INTERNAL_ERROR)
[11-May-2014 11:51:52.659] [DEBUG] [session:0] Sending message CMD_REQUEST_COMPLETED (size 32)
[11-May-2014 11:51:52.661] [DEBUG] [session:0] Message dump:
  ** 004100000000005800002E8000000001
  ** 00000055010000000000003600530079
  ** 007300740065006D002E004D0065006D
  ** 006F00720079002E0050006800790073
  ** 006900630061006C002E005500730065
  ** 0064000000650072
  ** code=0x0041 (CMD_GET_PARAMETER) flags=0x0000 id=11904 size=88 numFields=1
  ** [    85] STRING "System.Memory.Physical.Used"

[11-May-2014 11:51:52.661] [DEBUG] [session:0] Received message CMD_GET_PARAMETER
[11-May-2014 11:51:52.661] [DEBUG] [session:0] Requesting parameter "System.Memory.Physical.Used"
[11-May-2014 11:51:52.662] [DEBUG] [session:0] GetParameterValue(): result is 0 (SUCCESS)
[11-May-2014 11:51:52.662] [DEBUG] [session:0] Sending message CMD_REQUEST_COMPLETED (size 64)
[11-May-2014 11:51:52.663] [DEBUG] [session:0] Message dump:
  ** 004100000000004800002E8100000001
  ** 00000055010000000000002600530079
  ** 007300740065006D002E004300500055
  ** 002E004C006F00610064004100760067
  ** 0035320033003900
  ** code=0x0041 (CMD_GET_PARAMETER) flags=0x0000 id=11905 size=72 numFields=1

Maybe somebody have a suggestion.

Thanks,
V.V.
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