Kenn Humborg wrote:
>> Use rpm --root <dir> to specify a new root. All paths
> (including dbpath) will then be relative to this. So
> you'll end up with /home/diamond/usr/bin/...
>> Also try rpm --relocate if it is a relocatable package
> (which is probably won't be).
Usually (read occasionally) you can relocate it anyway with a --force,
and you won't have a problem. A question, though - why are there so few
relocatable RPMs out there? Are they hard to make, or something?
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