Woohoo! Managed to get aufs built and working with 2.6.29 on Fedora 11. I wasn't able to get the module to build, so I just built a kernel from vanilla source (using Fedora's .config) along with his patches and source. Now I have a huge mess of files to clean up before I can make this a livecd or pxe image. Dang.
I pretty much followed his instructions to the letter unless it wasn't applicable to Fedora, so they definitely work. I was doubtful it would work at all so, didn't make an rpm, just did it the normal way since that takes less time.
Be aware that if just building the module doesn't work, and you decide to build it into the kernel, you should have at least 3GB free. All the git cloning and build tools take up quite a bit of space.
Last edited by escapenguin; 08-12-2009 at 04:42 PM.