There is also a complete spec file, which you can use to build the rpm. RPM does not force everything under prefix for relocatable packages. The resources listed below can provide more information. Each spec file has a number of sections, some of which may be ignored or omitted, depending upon the specific circumstances of the rpm build. This allows a reproducabiliy on a different machine under a different user. This section of the spec file is another Bash script. Verify that you have specified all the necessary build requirements by performing a "mock build" of your package. One binary file with the.
Check outin particular the first bullet that says "files in the %files section should start.
How to build rpm packages
Example spec file for cdplayer app # Summary:A CD player app that rocks! Name: cdplayer %files %doc README /usr/local/bin/cdp /usr/local/bin/cdplay.
Below is the entirety of my SPEC file () I have been reading through different walk-throughs for creating a SPEC file that will.
Add the following line immediately under the existing Requires line:.
Labels Enhancement. To begin with, you have to assume a couple of things: that native code will end up in the package, and not all of it will be cleanly built.
Make our built RPM relocatable · Issue 58 · NagiosEnterprises/ncpa · GitHub
Member Author. This allowed me to build certain parts of the python stack as regular RPMs for example, the MySQL connector library and have that be available within the virtualenv. You can run rpm --showrc to view all of the macros currently available on your system, but you do not need to run most of the macros you see there.
But when the package installation finishes, two of the links are not present on the system.
I've been asked to consider making the RPM relocatable. Thoughts on the most jomann09 self-assigned this on Jun 3, @jomann09 the run directory. This can be remedied I am sure but need to tweak the spec file. Still TODO: avoid --with-relocatable on binary rpm build . +# relocatable packages are self-sufficient, and don't provide +# anything.
I will definitely try out hint 1.
You must run the following two commands as the root user. This tarball includes all of the files and Bash scripts that will be installed by the final rpm. This particular spec file is not an example of a minimal file required to work, but it is a good example of a moderately complex spec file that packages files that do not need to be compiled. Run the fedpkg command with the appropriate options to build your package. Enter the name of the first patch to apply to the source code. A segment of the.