I built some RPMS for ESS. Care to try?

Paul E. Johnson pauljohn at ku.edu
Sat Dec 13 12:02:28 CET 2003

Dear Rodney:

Shortly after I did my first RPMs for ess, I realized Xemacs users were 
trying them (and, of course, not succeeding). So I renamed the package 
ess-emacs to try to keep that straight (that is in line with the rpm 
packaging labels on the atRPMS site).  Note I have RH9 in the name for 
RedHat 9 users, while Fdr1 is for Fedora 1 users.  If you want to add 
these on your ESS site, or put up some kind of link, I think that would 
be fine.


Also I think it might be smart if you edit the names of the Suse RPMS 
you got from Detlef's site.  Suse should probably be in the version 
somehow, since the packaging in Suse is different from RedHat.  RedHat 
users who happen across those Suse RPMS will not get a happy result.


Rodney Sparapani wrote:

>> I've created a rpm for SuSE-9.0 for ess-5.2.0beta3.
>> You can grab it here:
>> http://fawn.unibw-hamburg.de/steuer/ESS/
>> Thank you for your work, Paul!
>> detlef
> I didn't test these, but I uploaded them to the ESS web page download 
> area @
> http://www.analytics.washington.edu/downloads/ess/
> Rodney
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