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right i thought i could just open the rpm file and it would install, lol shows how new i am to fedora. so how do i make the rpm work with the spec file? and do i have to do anything extra for the vst plugin to work?
syed ali wrote:
> recently someone posted about succesfully installing lmms on 64-bit
> fedora10. was just wondering if they had managed to package it into an
> RPM file?
Yes, I have a working fedora rpm, and I'm going to maintain it. The
package was even approved already, but not yet imported, because of the
unclear license situation. Too bad no one answered on this.
A specfile and a src.rpm can be found here:
Note that the vst plugin is build only on i386, but works (and in fact
has to be installed) on x86_64 as well.
From: Thomas Moschny <thomas.moschny@gm...> - 2009-01-28 18:27:09
syed ali wrote:
> right i thought i could just open the rpm file and it would install, lol
> shows how new i am to fedora. so how do i make the rpm work with the
> spec file? and do i have to do anything extra for the vst plugin to work?
We almost worked it out on ##lmms, but for the record, here are the
basic steps (on fedora-x86_64):
Download the lmms.src.rpm.
$ yum install mock
$ mock -r fedora-10-i386 --rebuild lmms-*.src.rpm
$ mock -r fedora-10-x86_64 --rebuild lmms-*.src.rpm
This will take a while, and also download a good amount of packages.
If everything works well, rpms can then be found in the
/var/lib/mock/fedora-10-*/result directories. Take the lmms package from
the x86_64 dir and the lmms-vst package from the i386 dir. Both have to
be installed together in one rpm call.