Serge de Souza
serge.de.souza at gmail.com
Fri May 27 05:37:26 UTC 2005
Ankush Grover wrote:
> Hey friends,
> Yestarday I installed FC3 through NFS .I wanted to test Mail Scanner
> with clamav + postfix.While installing MailScanner it said there are
> no /usr/src/redhat directory.
> I was surprised to see that redhat directory under /usr/src was not
> there.I created redhat directory under /usr/src .Under redhat
> directory I created RPMS,BUILD,SOURCES,SPECS,SRPMS subdirectories and
> under RPMS subdirectory I created athlon,i386,i486,i586,i686 and
> noarch directories.
> I again tried to install MailScanner and it keep showing this while installing
> Missing file /usr/src/redhat/RPMS/noarch/perl-Net-CIDR-0.10-1.noarch.rpm.
> Maybe it did not build correctly?
> Attempting to build and install perl-IO-stringy-2.108-1
> --rebuild: unknown option
> It keeps coming for every rpm under MailScanner.I tried to install
> those .src.rpm manually.They got installed but when i tried to build
> rpmbuild -ba perl-Net-CIDR-0.10-1.spec.
> "It said file not found."
> I forget to install the software development tools while installing
> the FC3 .But later on whatever libraries and programs
> (make,binutils,gcc) which were needed by MailScanner I installed it.I
> have only selected KDE and X windows for Desktop Environment.
> a)I want to know the reason for /usr/src/redhat directory missing at
> the first place
> b) What I have to do to make MailScanner installed properly.
> Thanks & Regards
> Ankush Grover
You need to install the rpm-build rpm
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