rescue at sunhelp.org
Wed Jun 27 21:40:23 CDT 2001
> No, RPM is for serious sysadmins who have $^n systems to administer, and want to keep their configs sane.
> Hint: If you are not a master of the rpm -b$ syntax, you are not a credible critic of RPM.
> Less_than_subtle_hint: RTFM, RPM is about a LOT more than installing packages, build a few, them critique....
packaging is nice...the problems I ran into were packages requiring
dependencies/libraries that I had built and installed by hand. Since it
didn't know about them being installed, it whined. A --force usually
worked to solve this, but I had to make sure that I installed everything
More information about the rescue