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    How can i build slackware .tgz packages?


    How can i build (slackware 10) slackware .tgz packages?

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    Code:
    su -
    tar xvfz file.tgz
    cd file
    ./configure
    make
    make install

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    Or do you mean this
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    su
    then run pkgtool and in there go install package. and tell it where it is and then it should install it you have to be in command line and logged in as root
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris H
    Or do you mean this
    yep.

    And is there any documents for slackware10 kernel 2.6.9 compiling for noobs.I have several times tried but not yet success.:'(

    thx.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris H
    Or do you mean this
    Nice link, good find.
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    TGZ

    Just check if you installed or not checkinstall , if you didn't ; download or install checkinstall-you have check install in slackware installation cd.

    then whilke you are installing a software (tar.gz , tar.bz2..)
    Code:
    ttt@onurguzel:$./configure
    ttt@onurguzel:$ make
    then enter your root password to create a tgz package

    Code:
    ttt@onurguzel:$ su
    Password:
    ttt@onurguzel:$checkinstall
    .

    G'day

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