Could you tell us where you got the PSM rpm from? We would then have a better chance of telling you how to go about it.
- Actually - forget the above. I've been to RPM Resource
. Does your downloaded file end in .src.rpm
? If so it is a source rpm and when run will create an rpm for your system. If it ends in .rpm
without the src it can be installed by typing rpm -ivh <packagename>.rpm
I did notice though that there are a number of dependencies which will need to be installed beforehand.