[Fedora-packaging] New package help

Juan Carlos Cornejo juanucleus at gmail.com
Tue Jun 17 02:05:13 UTC 2008

Hi all,
    Sorry for such late response, my laptop just died :'(( and since I'm in
a conference, I have limited computer access.

As for the name, yes, it was one of my primary concerns.  I figured that
would have been resolved at the end.  I thought about perhaps naming it

At Jefferson Lab, where I'm at, we have our own version just called
Analyzer.  And it's very common to just think of it as root-analyzer.  So
that might work as a name.  If need be, I guess I'll have to dwell into the
code and change the names of the binaries and various daemons.

I submitted the spec and source file in for review.  Thank you all for your
early pre-reviews.

--Juan Carlos

On Mon, Jun 16, 2008 at 12:19 PM, Jason L Tibbitts III <tibbs at math.uh.edu>

> >>>>> "SV" == Seth Vidal <skvidal at fedoraproject.org> writes:
> SV> You'd think that, alas, this is not to be so. :(
> Well, we can at least choose a reasonable name for the Fedora package;
> renaming the daemons and executables is probably a bit much to ask,
> unless they conflict with those from other packages.
> SV> I had to deal with root for years. It likes to run a daemon named
> SV> 'rootd'. There's nothing that makes a sysadmin cringe up like a
> SV> process named 'rootd'
> I can only imagine what happens when a user says "I need root on my
> machine".
>  - J<
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