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Re: how source.tar.gz -> source.src.rpm -> binary.rpm

hi keith !!
i went in your page and download the checkinstal...
really it's very good tool.
well, but i got a problem...
first i rpm -e php (and yours dependencies like php-pgsql, ...)
to make my system free of php ...
after ./configure and make (in source of php), i do checkconfig -R
it's works very good!!
it's created and installed the php-4.3.1-1 rpm package...
now, i wanna make a tests to learn use checkconfig...
i uninstall my new php pack (rpm -e php) to install it again
# rpm -ivh php-4.3.1-1.i386.rpm
error: Failed dependencies:
        libclntsh.so.9.0 is needed by php-4.3.1-1
        libsybdb.so.1 is needed by php-4.3.1-1
why the check config don't added this files (oracle modules) ??


Keith Winston wrote:

> The answer is checkinstall. See the checkinstall web site:
> http://asic-linux.com.mx/~izto/checkinstall/
> Is not only can build rpms from source, but also slackware tgz and debian debs. Checkinstall should be part of the Red Hat standard install in my opinion because it allows you to keep your rpm database updated when using source packages.
> I've created a checkinstall rpm for Red Hat 8.0 (using checkinstall of course) on my web site:
> http://nxdomain.us/
> Go to the Downloads area. There are a few other Red Hat 8.0 rpms on my site as well, such as the latest versions of IceWM, nano, gq (ldap browser), and aterm.

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