[Dxspider-support] dxspider on Centos

Bela markus ha5di at freemail.hu
Sun Dec 19 12:07:12 GMT 2010

My SPIDER is running on current CentOS. It was first installed years 
ago. As far as I remember installation was straight forward following 
the SPIDER installation manual, no any special tuning or hacking was 

Béla, HA5DI

2010.12.19. 12:16 keltezéssel, Mike McCarthy, W1NR írta:
> Install the Fedora EPEL repository and then you will have access to 
> all of the Perl modules you need (as well as some other significant 
> packages).
> See http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/EPEL and 
> http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/EPEL/FAQ#howtouse
> Mike, W1NR
> On 12/18/2010 01:12 PM, Manos Darkadakis wrote:
>> Hello all
>> I have installed dxspider on a Centos 5.4 machine. During the 
>> installation the Curses module has failed to install although I tried 
>> several versions and the one which is referred at the instructions. 
>> Dxspider loads ok and works, but I can't login with the console.pl 
>> and can't issue node state to others. I used the client program on 
>> the local box with the alias call, same problem, and cluster states 
>> "Not allowed". It looks like all sysop commands are not allowed.
>> Any ideas for a work around?
>> Thanks in advance and Happy holydays
>> P.S. I have dxspider on a Susse 7,2 old PII machine working for years 
>> without any problems.
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