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Packaging software with RPM, Part 2 [developerWorks]

Dec 31, 2001 — by LinuxDevices Staff — from the LinuxDevices Archive
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The RPM (Red Hat Package Manager) system is a widely used tool for delivering software for Linux; users can easily install an RPM-packaged product. In this article at IBM's developerWorks website, the second in a series, Dan Poirier explains how to package software without running as root, how to handle software that won't build on Linux without changes, and how to distribute your work.

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