[CentOS] TinyCA2 on rpmforge EL4 but not EL5

Carlos Daniel Ruvalcaba Valenzuela clsdaniel at gmail.com
Tue Jun 26 20:35:57 UTC 2007

You probably can without trouble, as TinyCA2 is written in perl and
package is architecture independent.

You might also want to rebuild the package for your system (CentOS 5),
just download the  source package for the software
(http://tinyca.sm-zone.net/tinyca2-0.7.5-0.src.rpm) and use rpmbuild:

rpmbuild --rebuild tinyca2-0.7.5-0.src.rpm

As root, you will have a new package in /usr/src/redhat/RPMS/noarch
named tinyca2-0.7.5-0.noarch.rpm which is packaged for your system.
You will also need to include any development packages that the
software may need to build (perl, perk-Gtk, etc).

Good luck!

On 6/26/07, Robert Moskowitz <rgm at htt-consult.com> wrote:
> I want to install TinyCA2 on my Centos5 setup.
> I had a real learning experience the last time around (last year, July)
> and in the end, I got the repo down from Dag's site and was cool.
> Now I am on Centos 5 and no TinyCA2.
> Can I just download the EL4 rpm from:
> http://apt.sw.be/redhat/el4/en/i386/dag/repodata/repoview/tinyca2-0-0.7.5-2.el4.rf.html
> and do a yum localinstall  ?
> Or do I have to wait for it to appear as an EL5 rpm?
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