If memory serves me right, -ba builds the binary and source rpms, and -bb
only builds the binary rpm.
On Mon, 19 Aug 2002 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> Adam Williams wrote:
> > If I haven't responded too late, Install the SRPM package with rpm -ivh
> > file.srpm or file.src.rpm and then do to the SPECS directory. In RedHat's
> > case it is /usr/src/redhat/SPECS and look for something like mod_php.spec
> > or php.spec and edit it. That file has a paramaters it passes to
> > configure script, so add to it a --with-imap and then save the file, and
> > then run rpm -bb mod_php.spec (or whatever the name of it is) and then it
> > will build the binary rpm in /usr/src/redhat/RPMS/i386 and you simply rpm
> > -Uvh it.
> > Adam
> What different between rpm -bb file.spec and rpm -ba file.spec ?
> Because some of users told me to run -ba file.spec...
> Thank a lots.
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