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CheckInstall project keeps track of all files installed by a "make install" or equivalent, creates a Slackware, RPM, or Debian package with those files, and adds it to the installed packages database, allowing for easy package removal or distribution. When make install is done, CheckInstall will create a Slackware, RPM or Debian compatible package and install it with Slackwares installpkg, "rpm -i" or Debians "dpkg -i" as appropriate, so you can view its contents with pkgtool ("rpm -ql" for RPM users or "dpkg -l" for Debian) or remove it with removepkg ("rpm -e"|"dpkg -r"). Aditionally, this script will leave you a copy of the installed package in the source directory so you can install it wherever you want, which is my second motivation: I dont have to compile the same software again and again every time I need to install it on another box)..Checkinstall - Rpm - Make Install - Keeps Track - Install - Installed - Files - Track - Package - Keeps - Installer - System
rpm-analyzer is a graphical tool to help you analyze rpm dependencies. You can easily see what packages are required to install or remove a specific rpm.
DateOct 16, 2010
TH-03 is an application that provides an interface to the Picotech TH-03 digital thermometer. The project generates logfiles on demand and can run as a daemon. Building and installing Type: .
DateAug 29, 2010
RPM Package Maker is a frontend for other linux tools in order to help linux users to create RPM packages quickly and easily. Since version 0.
DateOct 20, 2010
Aleph One is an Open Source 3D first-person shooter game, based on the game Marathon 2 by Bungie Software.
DateOct 17, 2010
Gem to rpm converter creates an RPM spec file from a Ruby gem. The project uses the gem metadata to fill out most of the information needed for building an RPM containing the gem.
DateNov 1, 2010