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Some like /usr/local/src/cipe (old school UNIX).
Others prefer /usr/src/cipe.
Still yet others like rpm's (Red Hat Package Manager).
I have written an rpm for cipe, but I believe that red hat has a
better contribution (and more up to date) that puts the sysconfig
network scripts in the /etc/sysconfig/network area.
You do not need to know much to install rpm's: just run rpm -ivh
<packagename>, and then configure the software to your liking.
Those who hack (ie. NOT crack;) C code can get the *.src.rpm, and
write their special version of the rpm themselves. Not advised unless
you know what you are doing, or have lots of time to learn stuff.
There may be other places to put cipe. Anyone else have some ideas.
At 14:46 -0800 2000/12/28, Gavin Pyle wrote:
Thanks I think that is going to work. However, I get the "Can't find
./options.t" error. I think I need to compile the source in order to
the "options.t" file??? So now my question is... Where should the
unpacked? (what directory is the default directory)
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