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On February 1, 2012 20:37:05 Dave Quigley wrote: > An easier way than extracting and patching by hand would be to do this > > rpm -ihv <policy-source-rpm>.src.rpm > cd ~/rpmbuild/SPECS > rpmbuild -bp <SPECFILE> #build prep <bp> ok, so it sounds like SRPM is the only way to get those... I'm familiar with those, just didn't want to 'build" hoped for something online/system-wide I can share with other sysadmins as a reference, oh well (yes I know I can make a copy system-wide, but there's a lot of "manual" in keeping it up-to-date ;) ... Now I have tried: $ sudo yumdownloader --disableplugin=protectbase,cpacman_yum --source selinux- policy-3.7.19-93.el6_1.7 Loaded plugins: rhnplugin Enabling epel-source repository No source RPM found for selinux-policy-3.7.19-93.el6_1.7.noarch Nothing to download same happens when I omit the version from the request. Does anybody know whether there is an "easy" way of doing it other than RHN/Google/RPMFind ? ( I do realize it's a question for a different ML, but just in case somebody has a "quick" answer handy ;) > > Once you've done that the ~/rpmbuild/BUILD directory should contain > directory with an extracted and patched tree based on the spec file name. > Dave -- Dmitry Makovey Web Systems Administrator Athabasca University (780) 675-6245 --- Confidence is what you have before you understand the problem Woody Allen When in trouble when in doubt run in circles scream and shout http://www.wordwizard.com/phpbb3/viewtopic.php?f=16&t=19330
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