Re: berlin hosting .. ?

From: Hartmut(dot)Koptein(at)t-online(dot)de (Hartmut Koptein)
To: Oliver Elphick <olly(at)lfix(dot)co(dot)uk>
Cc: Darren Benham <gecko(at)benham(dot)net>, spi-general(at)lists(dot)spi-inc(dot)org, omniorb(at)packages(dot)debian(dot)org
Subject: Re: berlin hosting .. ?
Date: 1999-10-13 05:41:46
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> >> We've got a box that we can move you to as soon as we get it set up... I'm
> >> working on it now. We'll have to lay some proceedures and what not becaus
> >e
> >> it'll have more than just Berlin on it... for one.. all the spi-inc stuff
> >> will also go through it... so we'll have to joint admin it..
> >
> >
> >For a not-free product (contrib) ?
> >
> >
> >Package: berlin
> >Version: 0.0.1-1
> >
> >make[3]: Entering directory `/system/build/berlin-0.0.1/src/libwarsaw'
> >omniidl2 -l -a Naming.idl
> >make[3]: omniidl2: Command not found
> >make[3]: *** [Naming.hh] Error 127
> >
> >omniidl2 comes from the non-free packages omniorb. It is not compileable wit
> >h
> >free packages, it must go to contrib.
> omniorb's copyright says it is GPL. I can't see any reason why it is in non-free.
> (omniorb version 2.8.0pre2-1)


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