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Old 14 December 2004, 11:12 pm   #1
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I've built some fedora rpms of the musepack tools (mppenc/mppdec/replaygain). Is there any interest in hosting these on musepack.net?
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Old 15 December 2004, 04:40 pm   #2
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Unfortunately we can't host rpms/binaries for specific linux distributions. If we host rpms for Fedora, then questions like "why not mandrake too?" might arise, and it would be too much trouble.
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Old 15 December 2004, 06:19 pm   #3
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Unfortunately we can't host rpms/binaries for specific linux distributions. If we host rpms for Fedora, then questions like "why not mandrake too?" might arise, and it would be too much trouble.
I think it would be pretty easy to create a source rpm that would build on all the rpm-based distributions. Rarewares is already taking care of the debian derivatives.
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Old 16 December 2004, 09:22 am   #4
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i updated all the musepack files (plugins/library/binaries) for rarewares tonight while updating the frontpage.

just thought i'd poke my nose in here and say hi


p.s. src rpm packages make a lot of sense, but considering no musepack packages use a different environment i think it would be safe to say that a gcc3.2 or gcc2.95 build would be universal - (only needing the respective gcc base package)


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Old 16 December 2004, 02:07 pm   #5
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Well, if someone take the trouble of providing and maintaining such rpms, it surely can be hosted here.
In a perfect world, we would host one rpm that work with Suse/Mandrake/Fedora
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