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Does anybody know if Slackware supports RPM? Please let me know what do I have to do to install a RPM(Sybase ASE or KDE) on Slackware. Thanx in advance.
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I don't know if Slackware has RPM installed but you can always download the newest versions from RPM at ftp.rpm.org/pub/rpm/dist/rpm-x.x.x they have there also tar.gz files.
You can try the i386 files which contains the binary or the normal file which contains the source
for example : rpm-2.5.2.tar.gz for the sources. You only have to compile it :)



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There is a HOWTO about using rpm on Slackware boxes, it should be available wherever you find the Linux how-tos
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