so have you had any success with the installation of ISCSI on fc5?
i am about to do the same thing, the yum instructions were useful, as
i had forgot the command line option for the kernal sources
are you refering to the doc www.open-iscsi.org/docs/README
i am a bit confused as to what to modify and specifcally which file to make the changes in
still looking. i know the sources are in /usr/srcs/kernels/......
The instructions i have are below..
As of today, the Open-iSCSI Initiator requires a host running the
Linux operating system with kernel version 2.6.11, or later. You need to
enable "Cryptographic API" under "Cryptographic options" in the
kernel config. You also need to enable "CRC32c CRC algorithm" if
you use header or data digests. They are the kernel options,
CONFIG_CRYPTO and CONFIG_CRYPTO_CRC32C, respectively.
Compilation of the kernel Opne-iSCSI modules requires a path
to kernel sources:
make KSRC=<kernel-src> KARCH="ARCH=um"
do we need to do this, or is it already done?
the crypto/Makefile has the following
obj-$(CONFIG_CRYPTO) += api.o scatterwalk.o cipher.o digest.o compress.o \
obj-$(CONFIG_CRYPTO_CRC32C) += crc32c.o