I asked a question yesterday about AFS and Fedora, and from the answer given to that question I now understand why following the guide I was following online did not work.
I have now started again and am attempting to install OpenAFS on a Fedora 24 system.
I am reading this page of the installation manual: http://docs.openafs.org/QuickStartUnix/HDRWQ143.html
I obtained the packages:
openafs, openafs-server, openafs-client and openafs-krb5 packages, along with an kmod-openafs package
by doing the following:
- Quick Enable:
dnf copr enable jsbillings/openafs
dnf install openafs openafs-server openafs-client openafs-krb5 kmod-openafs
That seems to have worked...
I am now confused by the following lines in the installation guide:
You can find the version of your current kernel by running
# uname -r 2.6.20-1.2933.fc6
Once downloaded, the packages may be installed with the rpm command
# rpm -U openafs-* openafs-client-* openafs-server-* openafs-krb5-* kmod-openafs-*
uname -r produces:
I don't understand where I am supposed to obtain these rpm packages from. And so I am now totally stuck again.