I'm a FreeBSD user, and I have no clue how to make an RPMs, but if
it's as easy as you say, I'd be happy to try making them and putting them
on-line.

Where do I get this spec file?


On 11 Dec 2001, Steve Fox wrote:

> Has anyone considered putting RPMs on the website so that people don't
> need to monkey with compiling all the time?
>
> I distribute tn5250 packages inside IBM that I made based on Henri's
> spec file. The spec file is simple to keep updated.
>
> I'll volunteer if no one else is interested. But it should be easy
> enough to just keep the spec file in the base directory and have the
> release person do 'rpm -ta tn5250-x.x.x.tar.gz'.
>
> --
>
> Steve Fox
> IBM Linux Technology Center
> http://www.ibm.com/linux/ltc
> http://k-lug.org
>



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