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MrSmith
PostPosted: Thu Sep 07, 2017 6:50 am Post subject: Datapower on Ubuntu for later versions Reply with quote

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Just a platform for those that have close ties with IBM or are from within IBM - Datapower on Ubuntu is supported on 14.04 which is 18mth-2yr old version and uses upstart as part of its implementation, this is required by the idgxxx.common.deb - the later versions of Ubuntu swapped that out for systemd....so my question is when will there be a version that will run on these later systemd version for example I would ideally like one that will install on Ubuntu 17.04???

You can swap systemd back out for upstart, but thats like taking your fule injection off to go back to a SU carb
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