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Myrpm is a set of utilities that allow you to easily turn software from binary installations into an RPM package. More than a simple set of scripts, it allows you to manage large groups of servers in a elegant and efficient way using a set of remote control tools.

Operating Systems

Recent releases

  •  27 Oct 2009 11:03

    Release Notes: This version has better support for RPM files larger than 150 Mo and tricky encoded filenames. The shell script was simplified. There are no known bugs. MyRPM is now a production, stable, and reliable product to archive RPM packaging quality system.

    •  12 Jul 2007 12:34

      Release Notes: Symbolic links are now handled perfectly. User and group creation is now supported. Special characters such $[()] are managed correctly. Archives of files are now supported. Dynamically changing UID/GID is supported. Red Hat Satellite support was added. SSH-based cluster and server pack utilities were added. An Xdialog graphical interface was implemented.

      •  05 Jun 2007 08:17

        Release Notes: Documentation was updated. tar and tar.gz archives are now handled. A default UID and GID can be set for files. Specific paths are substituted by RPM variables. Building directories are cleaned to avoid disk space problems. Tests were performed.

        •  28 May 2007 23:44

          No changes have been submitted for this release.


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