brian wrote: > I've built my own Postfix package from SRPM and have recently > updated it. To do so, I used the newer SRPM and repeated the > process. > > But, I'm wondering if, once a package has been built, can it be > updated using a pre-built RPM without losing the specs used to build > the original? Or, will the newer RPM simply override everything > according to how it was built? > > Just to clarify, the original built-from-source package was: > postfix-2.5.1-1.sasl2.spf.fc8.i386.rpm I'm a bit confused, but I think that what you're saying you've done is that you changed some of the default build options for postfix and created your own binary package. Correct? If so, then you'll need to do the same thing again to build an updated postfix package. Of course, if all you changed was a config file in /etc/postfix, then that should be saved by rpm on a package update. -- Todd OpenPGP -> KeyID: 0xBEAF0CE3 | URL: www.pobox.com/~tmz/pgp ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ You pretend to work, and we'll pretend to pay you.
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