[mythtv-users] .20 RPMS / or time to go source? Thoughts?
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Mon Sep 11 13:49:26 UTC 2006
Excellent question. I would also like to know how to build an RPM in
situations like this. Being on Fedora, RPMS are very nice, but
knowing how to build them from tar would be excellent.
Any one know and care to show us how?
Quoting jack snodgrass <mrlinuxgroups at gmail.com>:
> I've been building the SVN mythtv stuff on my x86_64 and i686 FC5 boxes
> for a while now. Builds fine from the svn stuff on FC5.
> I haven't tried to make RPMs yet. Does anyone now how easy it is
> to build MythTV RPMs from a script?
> On 9/11/06, Stuart Larson <halcyon at obfus.com> wrote:
>> > As I eagerly await the .20 RPMS I am thinking maybe it is time to just
>> > compile instead from now on.
>> > I am interested in users experiences with this. Ease of compile on
>> > FC5, upgrade etc...
>> > It is certainly nice to rpm -Uvh things in, but I wanted to know if
>> > there are any advantages/disadvantages to this?
>> > Just on a general reliability/WAF/not much time to maintain kind of
>> > thread....
>> > Thanks for the .20 release. Fantastic.
>> > I have not seen the .20 RPMS yet. Axel? Just wondering on release of
>> > those too...
>> > Mark
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>> It'll probably be a bit before RPMS are out, but Axel's pretty quick :D
>> I've been compiling since mid .19-fixes, checked out from SVN. While the
>> instructions aren't on svn.mythtv.org yet, just substitute 20 for 19 in
>> the svn co command, and build from instructions on the wiki. Not hard at
>> all, as long as you have the build dependancies installed. (I'm building
>> on Ubuntu, but should be similar deps)
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