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rpm -ivh --nodeps rpmrebuild-2.11-3.el7.noarch.rpm Assuming you already have the dependecies natively installed. Developing linux orientated applications under Ubuntu I've come across some backwards difficulties creating functional rpm 4.4 packages. rpmrebuild helps solving that issue. I do not use rpm tools to maintain my system - only for interacting ...


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You might try the rpm option --nodeps; that should cause rpm to ignore missing dependencies. You are then on the hook for installing them yourself. /bin/bash and /bin/sh should already be in place (although on Ubuntu /bin/sh pointing to dash might cause problems). If you've already got rpm installed then I think you can ignore rpm-build: $ rpm-build No ...



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