[slurm-users] Finding / compiling "pam_slurm.so" for Ubuntu 16.04

Gennaro Oliva oliva.g at na.icar.cnr.it
Sun May 6 02:12:11 MDT 2018

Hi Will,

On Fri, May 04, 2018 at 06:50:07PM +0000, Will Dennis wrote:
> I built my .deb from the Slurm sources via the following method:
> ·         Downloaded the then-current Slurm source ‘slurm-16.05.4.tar.bz2’ from schedmd.com
> ·         Renamed & converted to .tar.gz to fit Debian packaging guidelines:  bunzip2 -c < slurm-16.05.4.tar.bz2 | gzip -9 -c > slurm-wlm-necla_16.05.4.orig.tar.gz
> ·         Unpacked the tarball
> ·         Decended into the unpacked source directory, and created a subdir named ‘debian’
> ·         In the debian directory, created the requisite packaging files
> ·         Then ran the command ‘debuild -us –uc’ in the top-level source directory  to compile the source and package it into a .deb file
> The result was (only) one .deb file, namely ‘slurm-wlm-necla_16.05.4-1_amd64.deb’. As noted before, this contained many .so files, but not ‘pam_slurm.so’.

I thought you were using a debian source package, sorry; in that
case debuild would have complained about the missing libpam0g-dev
dependency. I'm glad you solved.

Best regards,
Gennaro Oliva

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