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A note about Fedora 16 #22
Having recently installed Erlang via kerl on a Fedora machine I've noticed the following, which might be of help for someone.
By default, the sudoers configuration for Fedora doesn't keep the value of the $HOME variable, which is used by kerl script.
This means that if you run the
$ ./kerl build R15B01 r15b01 Getting the available releases from erlang.org... [...] Agner has been successfully built $ sudo ./kerl install r15b01 /opt/erlang/r15b01 No build named r15b01 $ ./kerl build R15B01 r15b01 There's already a build named r15b01 ./kerl list builds R15B01,r15b01
I understand this is not a bug in kerl, but it would be useful to provide a more verbose output to the user, for example showing where kerl is looking for builds.
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You can probably work around this using something like