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if u wanna extract rpm u simply use rpm2cpio ... what should i do if i wanna make this extracted file convert backwards into rpm?...
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    extracted file back to rpm


    if u wanna extract rpm u simply use rpm2cpio ...
    what should i do if i wanna make this extracted file convert backwards into rpm?

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    I'm not sure it is possible.
    To create an rpm file, you usually start from a source code. You add a spec file, and package that into a .srpm file. You can the dreate the rpm package with rpmbuild.

    I never saw a method to create an rpm file from a binary package.

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    what do you mean by extracted file?
    like a .tar or .bz2 file? or what?

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