- What is Fido?
- Husky Team
- CVS Server
- Husky Versions
- Current Husky
- Stable Husky
- Debian Packages
- What do I need?
- Basic Files
- Netmail utilities
- Nodelist tools
What is it?
huskybse is short for "Husky Base Package". This file is required for all other parts of the Husky project and contains:
There are no binary builds of this package, because there are no (relevant) executables to be generated. If you are using binary builds, you should get the source file of huskybse anyway, because it contains example configuration files and the like.
- A file named INSTALL which contains step-by-step instructions on what you need to download, how to compile and install the software, and where to find additional documentation.
- A current template huskymak.cfg, the configuration file which you need for compiling the software
- Example configuration files and batches from various users.
- Some tools to ease maintainance of a node system.
What does it need?
- The instructions and template files apply to all supported platforms.
Archives of version v1.0 & v1.4 available on the project
||huskybase v1.4 RC4
||RPM archive of huskybase v1.0
||RPM Source archive of huskybase v1.0
The following releases are available in CVS.
Contacting the authors
Maintained by Sascha M. Silbe et. al. See the team page.
Last update: 15/12/2006