[CentOS] rpmrebuild or rpmbuild question

Carlos Daniel Ruvalcaba Valenzuela clsdaniel at gmail.com
Mon Jun 25 19:52:48 UTC 2007

You could use the PHP SPEC file to build your own rpm with your own
options, this way you can keep the version changes of the package
within th package manager (RPM).

On 6/25/07, Jim Perrin <jperrin at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 6/25/07, Centos <centos at unixplanet.biz> wrote:
> > php was compiled on server, by running ./configure
> > but now I want to find an easy way to upgrade php, without compiling it
> > again.
> > like runing rpmrebuild and just add those options that i need.
> RPM won't help you with this. The only way you could use it to solve
> this issue would be to remove your existing php install, then build
> the php rpm the way you want (assuming the stock php doesn't work for
> you)
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