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Old   May 25, 2005, 06:24
Default Fluent 6.2 on debian linux
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Chris
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Hi there,

does anyone here have some experience with running Fluent 6.2 on debian linux?

It seems to work fine here, but at startup I get some error messages/warnings about the missing rpm packet management and an "domainname: command not found".

Are those just cosmetic errors or do they influence my work with Fluent?

Any comments would be appreciated.

Best regards, Chris
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Old   May 25, 2005, 12:34
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These startup errors are not related to Fluent in any way, unless when you start fluent you get these errors on the console.

PS: It is finally nice to see someone using Debian GNU/Linux
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Old   May 26, 2005, 01:41
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Install what ever it is asking for using apt-get and the messages should vanish. There are some optional rpms which are used, which do not affect the computation but for the decorative and other purposes.

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Old   June 2, 2005, 05:21
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Thank you both for your response.

I partially solved the problem by installing rpm (which now complains about not being able to access its database, although I created it) and softlinking dnsdomainname (which is in debian) to domainname (which is expected by Fluent).

Chris
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