This will get AICCU up on openSUSE 11.1
Note: If you are using a custom kernel instead of the stock kernel packages, make sure you have TUN/TAP suppport built into your kernel. Check your .config for
- Go to the openSUSE build service and search for aiccu (click here to go direct).
- Choose the correct version for your seeds and click it's corresponding 1-click install (If it asks whether to run or save, choose to run the 1-click install file).
- Accept the default options and install the package (you will need to provide the root password for this).
You can start Aiccu using its init-script:
su - /etc/init.d/aiccu start
If you want to start AICCU at startup:
su - chkconfig -s aiccu 35
If you get an error saying it cannot find your coinfiguration file inside /dev/fd, something might be wrong with your configuration file. Go here for a fix (It works for me,your mileage may vary).