While checking the download options for UrBackup Server, I didn’t find any mention of RHEL 9 (or its clones such as Rocky Linux 9 or Alma Linux 9).
I see this version was mentioned earlier this year in this topic:
I have used Fedora_Rawhide and Fedora_36 repositories on AlmaLinux 8/9 installations during several months. I moved from Ubuntu/Debian because libguestfs maintainers in their repositories not conscientious. It was fine, until
@uroni released new versions of server compiled using non-stable new versions of glibc, libc++, and related dependencies. Option dnf install urbackup-server --nobest worked then. Until today…
Today packages were updated silently.
Now --nobest helpless, I just ca…
Is there any current or planned support for EL9?
Thank you very much.
Not sure. And after latest news
Red Hat ends the RHEL clones’ free lunch | InfoWorld assume more and more developers will stop cooperations with rhel derivatives.
You can try to compile by your self. Example below for ArchLinux
Use this guide:
UrBackup - Install UrBackup server from sources
tar xf urbackup-server-2.5.31.tar.gz
dnf install gcc gpp g++ zlib-devel libcurl-devel fuse-devel
./configure --with-mountvhd --enable-embedded-cryptopp --enable-embedded-zstd
make -j 8
https://pkgs.org for required packages, you can also use this resource to find same packages for your Linux distribution. After successful compilation you can compress urbackup-server-2.5.31/ and reuse it on another systems.
Keep in mind that
@uroni seems like use latest versions of dependencies while preparing latest versions for public, so you need to chose something with latest versions of dependencies. Otherwise you can use precompiled packages.
Mainly depends on OBS. I just noticed there was an issue there (fixed now) but it also doesn’t have RHEL9:
Then I’m not using it personally and don’t want to look into it, so it depends on people supplying patches to the spec file when it breaks
It seems each build you use latest dependent packages versions. Are you use Arch or Fedora?