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running mapr-whirr from ec2 instance

Question asked by benm on Nov 14, 2011
Latest reply on Nov 24, 2011 by benm

I don't have access to a linux machine so I'm trying to install mapr-whirr on a 64 bit redhat ec2 instance, with the intention of launching a mapr cluster from the ec2 server.  I get a "No package mapr-whirr available. Error: Nothing to do" error message when I try to install mapr-whirr using yum.  Any ideas?