Compiling the source RPM file.
K Arun Kumar
ziconium03 at gmail.com
Fri Sep 28 03:25:47 EDT 2012
On Fri, 2012-09-28 at 12:45 +0530, Rahul Bedarkar wrote:
> Can you write command here, how you have applied patches ?
I went into the extracted tarball and tried applying patches one after
another like this -
patch -p1 < ../<patchname>
> Packages (.deb, .rpm and others) meant to build and installed automatically.
> You can build and install it by following command
> $sudo rpm -i <package-name>
I am just interested in fully-patched source I want to compile and
install it myself without any rpm tools - more clearly -
I want to -
(1) extract the source tarball available with the rpm package
(2) patch this source with all the packages available in the rpm package
(3) configure , build and install this source at *custom* location
** I do not want to use any rpm tools for this **
> On Fri, Sep 28, 2012 at 11:51 AM, K Arun Kumar <ziconium03 at gmail.com> wrote:
> > I have a rpm for a module which I extracted like -
> > rpm2cpio numactl-2.0.7-3.el6.src.rpm | cpio -idmv
> > then I extracted the source like -
> > tar -xzvf numactl-2.0.7-3.tar.gz
> > then I tried to apply all the patches to available with
> > this rpm to the extracted source which results in Hunks and
> > rejections.
> > I want to apply all patches and compile the source and get
> > an exe. I am not much aware of the rpm build procedure
> > I want to do similar thing to kernel source also
> > Please help me...
> > Regards,
> > Arun
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