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On 11-Jan-07, at 1:13 PM, Scott Klement wrote:
There was a .spec file in the tarball, so I tried to build an rpm
from that and ran into trouble.
[SNIP]
Probably regression! It's been a few years since the last time anyone
built an RPM (that I know of, anyway). And I doubt that anyone is keeping
the spec file up to date.

I'm not a Linux person, unfortunately, and I don't know much about RPMs.
Maybe someone else can help?


Not something I can tackle either (although I should learn it one day...) Building an rpm which checkinstall seemed to work ok as a substitute so I'll go that way if nobody volunteers.

Brian
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