>>I don't know if this is the case for all the packages you got, but what
>>you have here is a source rpm. it installs the source code in
I'm in error here
>>You can either compile and install this source
This isn't what a src rpm does. It provides the src for an rpm.
You should use
rpmbuild --rebuild package.src.rpm
rpm -i /usr/src/packages/RPMS/<arch>/<package>.rpm
My bad !
the rest remains true.
>OR if you want to keep your rpm database up to date you can search for a
>binary rpm, one without src in the title.
>binary packages are per distribution, but Redhat AS should be no problem
Hope that helps, Philip
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