Bacula 3.0.1 for Mac OS X

I wont be doing a build of Bacula for Mac OS X again any time soon, if at all, for a number of reasons;

  1. I no longer have access to Mac OS X 10.4 running on an Intel chip
  2. I am actively transitioning to BackupPC

Below youll find the method I have been using to construct all the .pkg installers youll find on this site. If you have any questions about the process please post them in the comments.

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bacula-2.2.5-1 etch backport

After multiple attempts and not enough time to make it happen, I’ve officially shelved my backport projects for etch. The guys over at backports.org not only do a better job but seem to have more time to devote to the project than I do.

For those of you who may have been waiting for me to backport bacula 2.2.6 to etch I would to direct you to backports.org. They have a pretty great setup for picking and choosing newer packages that you’d like to install on your etch system. As of this writing, bacula 2.2.5 is available for installation.

Be aware that I do plan on continuing to make binaries for Mac OS X available since I still dont know of a reliable source to get them.

Bacula Client 2.2.2 for Mac OS X

I’ve posted yet another update to the Bacula Client for Mac OS X.

Changes from 2.2.0:

– Fixed bugs #921, 930, and 923.
– More portable timezone offset in bsmtp thaks to Attila Fülöp.
– Fix several bat issues.
– Use GTK+ calls instead of egg files in tray-monitor.
– Win32 service routines rewritten
– Updated projects file

Changes from 2.2.1:

– Detect if new PosgreSQL batch insert API is present.
– Correct incorrect mempool call causing Director crash.
– Update spec files for 2.2.1 release


Bacula Client 2.2.2 Intel
Bacula Client 2.2.2 PowerPC