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Top Forums UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users Netdump client for FC12 Post 302420670 by fpmurphy on Wednesday 12th of May 2010 08:54:42 AM
Old 05-12-2010
The answer is no. There is no netdump-client package any more. The last full release to have a netdump-client package was RHEL4. The server package netdump-server only exists to communicate with older clients.

You cannot grab the RHEL4 package and use it on newer systems either because the client package worked with code that was in the kernel that no longer there.

If you're looking for a crash recovery/post mortem solution for newer systems, you should use kdump. It is much more robust.
 
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yum-builddep - install missing dependencies for building an RPM package SYNOPSIS
yum-builddep package DESCRIPTION
yum-builddep is a program which installs the RPMs needed to build the specified package. The source RPM for the specified package must be available in a Yum repository (which will be automatically enabled, if it is disabled) or it can be a local source RPM file. EXAMPLES
Download and install all the RPMs needed to build the kernel RPM: yum-builddep kernel FILES
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See the Authors file included with this program. BUGS
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