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Klaatu submits a series on packaging applications for GNU Linux and BSD.
Klaatu continues his three-part series on packaging applications for GNU Linux and BSD. In this second episode, he covers the RPM format and howto use rpmbuild to create both binary and source RPM packages. He uses SigFLUP's yesplz as an example again, so be sure to grab the source if you'll be following along.
Fedora Project RPM HOWTO
Maximum RPM at rpm.org
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Comment #1 posted on 2011-12-21T03:30:53Z by sigflup
Wow, I had no idea that people were packaging yesplz! that's awesome!
Comment #2 posted on 2011-12-23T13:44:38Z by klaatu
yes we are
yes people are packaging yesplz :D
It should be noted that there is a NEW version of yesplz since this ep was recorded. You can get it here --> https://devio.us/~sigflup/yesplz_dec_19_2011.tgz
Comment #3 posted on 2011-12-23T16:40:42Z by klaatu
for slackers, new slackbuilds for concr (the encryption library) and yesplz have been submitted. until they hit the sb.o servers, you can get 'em here..