The option I use to do these sorts of installs when I have binary compatible systems is to do a "make" for each type, then just "make install" off the NFS mount.
On Mar 12, 2012, at 5:33 PM, Forrest Aldrich wrote:
> I've run into a quirky issue with installing ClamAV from an NFS mount. I do this to keep the same code available to all my systems. I have separate mounts for 32- and 64-bit.
> For ClamAV, the installation will fail because the NFS mount itself is read-only (ro):
> make: Entering directory `/local/dist/clamav/clamav-0.97.3/libclamav'
> GEN version.h.tmp
> rm: cannot remove `version.h.tmp': Read-only file system
> touch: cannot touch `version.h.tmp': Read-only file system
> Without digging into how this works, I believe I see what's going on -- but I wonder if there's a clever way around this. I really don't want to go through and change the mounts to read-write -- they are read-only for a reason -- or copy the code over and install each individually.