Building on RHEL7 or Centos7

RPM Package Manager - Wikipedia RPM Package Manager (RPM) (originally Red Hat Package Manager; now a recursive acronym) is a free and open-source package management system. The name RPM refers to .rpm file format and the package manager program itself. RPM was intended primarily for Linux distributions; the file format is the baseline package format of the Linux Standard Base.. Although it was created for use in Red Hat Building RPM packages from Sources - SourceForge Building RPM packages from Sources. If you are running a system with RPM support, the preferred way to get Kwave on your system will be the creation and installation of a RPM package, as described in the next chapters. If you are running a Debian like system (dpkg based) Building RPM packages with mock - Packagecloud Blog May 11, 2015 Building Packages Locally with GBS | Tizen Docs

Building Subpackages - RPM Package Manager

Building RPM packages with mock - Packagecloud Blog

rpmbuild tutorial - how to build rpm packages

RPM package building guide RPM package building guide. Sam Isaacson ( Introduction to rpm package building. Rpm packages are usually built with a "spec file," which is a collection of text and shell scripts that build, install and describe a software program. Here is a typical spec file: Building RPM packages (20090405) - Fedora Project Wiki Sep 18, 2016