[Pacemaker] Announce: Hawk 4.1 (Pacemaker GUI) packages for Debian Squeeze

Joerg Sauer lists_pacemaker at dizopsin.net
Sat Aug 20 21:14:45 EDT 2011

I just uploaded a new version that depends on and uses the Ruby libs that come 
with Debian (instead of using "frozen" RubyGems). One of the main advantages 
is easier/faster security updates for Rails and the other Ruby libs (through 
their Debian packages).

This version should also install and run on Ubuntu 10.04 (only minimally 



Best regards,

On Fri August 19 2011 21:49:33 Joerg Sauer wrote:
> > On Friday, August 19, 2011 at 8:42 AM, Joerg Sauer wrote:
> > > I build a package for Debian Squeeze (amd64) containing the Hawk 4.1
> > > web-based GUI for Pacemaker.
> On Fri August 19 2011 18:58:39 Cotton Tenney wrote:
> > This should work fine on Ubuntu 10.04, correct?
> I quickly xen-create-image'd a Lucid domU and unfortunately the answer is:
> No, not right away.
> First, there is some mispackaging. The package currently depends on
> pacemaker
> >= which is of course nonsense. I will correct this in the
> package, but in the meantime you can install it with
> dpkg --ignore-depends=pacemaker -i hawk_4.1-0dizopsin1_amd64.deb
> Then, there is an additional dependency on Ubuntu. Apparently, they split
> libopenssl-ruby off of libruby, so you need to do
> apt-get install libopenssl-ruby
> for Hawk to run.
> I will add this dependency to the package. (It will stay compatible with
> Debian.)
> After these changes, I was able to connect to Hawk on the test VM. Of
> course, I do not have an actual cluster configuration there, so no further
> testing was done.
> Best regards,
> Joerg

Joerg Sauer <lists_pacemaker at dizopsin.net>

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