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How to create RPM

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Hi All,

I have java war file that I would like to install on tomcat running on Linux. The requirement is to provide the war file as RPM.

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by:Karl Heinz Kremer
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You need to create a SPEC file for your project and use this file as input for our RPM build process. This document shows how: http://www.rpm.org/howto/thefight/
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Some more details and an example can be found here
www.rpm.org/max-rpm
www.rpm.org/max-rpm/ch-rpm-build.html
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Try the site www.sourceforge.net -- you might get hold of what you are looking for.
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