How to build an RPM package - April 20, 4pm
Justin W. Flory - 16 April 2018
Welcome to Week 13! RITlug is back again this week – here’s what we’re covering this week:
How to build an RPM package
Join RITlug on Friday, April 20 at 4:00pm in GOL-2620 (medium DB lab) for How to build an RPM package from Tim Zabel and Aidan Kahrs!
Ever found a great piece of software, but it isn’t packaged in your distribution? Come learn how to package your own application! We will go over the process of creating an RPM package on Fedora from start to finish, including a live demo!
- Day: Friday, April 20th, 2018
- Time: 4:00pm - 6:00pm
- Where: GOL-2620 (large DB lab, 2nd floor of GCCIS)
- What to bring: Laptop (with Fedora or a Fedora virtual machine)
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We hope to see you this week! As always, keep the FOSS flag high.
- Justin W. Flory (jwf / jflory)