RE: [OT] cmake 2.8.4 (f14 x86_64) :: errors at bootstraping




stan wrote:
>
> I have accumulated lots of devel packages over the
> years, though.

I just found out that yum's --installroot is _not_ meant for
installing in a non-default location; this flag, along with
rpm's --root flag, are for maintaining separate installations
of linux (https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=682827).
So, regarding your accumulated devel packages, do you usually
install with yum/rpm or build (i.e., configure --prefix, make,
make install) them?

Since relocation is not supported with yum/rpm, how do you
manage space? Also, what's the size of your partitions?

Thanks,


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