Re: what is a noarch rpm ?
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On Fri, 2003-04-04 at 13:11, Mel Seder wrote: > --- Gerry Tool <gstool@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > > On Fri, 2003-04-04 at 11:47, Mel Seder wrote: > > > If a file name is filename.noarch.rpm what does the .noarch mean > > and > > > how does it affect me? > > > > It means the rpm is useable with all cpu architectures, that there is > > nothing in the package that is specifice to a cpu type. > > > > gerry tool > > > > Does this useable by all characteristic/status mean, more or less, > that if you are running linux this program will work regardless of your > CPU. Is it sort of like an emulator? no, nothing like that - it is typically just scripts or images and what not. -sv
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