RE: Why do I need to be a %^#$# programmer to use Linux?
OK, so I gave in and re-compiled my kernel. Had some issues but got through
I can now run the rpm --rebuild command as you have done below with no
problems. However, when I go to actually make the digi files, I get a bunch
of dependency errors. It looks like it is looking for some rpm files
specific to version 3.0.?? and I have 4.0.? installed. Is that possible??
Did you take the digi stuff all the way to the point of generating the
utilities and module file?
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From: nate [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Friday, September 13, 2002 3:16 PM
Subject: RE: Why do I need to be a %^#$# programmer to use Linux?
deFreese, Barry said:
> Just for grins, here are some of the errors, just in case I am blowing
> things out of proportion!!
not sure what is going wrong here, but I downloaded the src rpm
and built it on the first try, no errors, no warnings, nothing.
[root@aphro:/usr/src/rpm/RPMS/i386]# ls -l
-rw-r--r-- 1 root root 644972 Sep 13 15:09 epca-1.50-1.i386.rpm
i just did a rpm --rebuild 4001450N.src.rpm
I do, compile my own kernels on all of my systems(again, I am not
a programmer but I still do compile some things), I am running
a patched 2.2.19 kernel on debian 3.0(woody). I put the output
of rpm --rebuild here:
maybe your just trying too hard ? :)