Question on tarballs and .rpm's...
Just a quick question regarding tarballs and rpm's.
I personally prefer to install software from the tarballs. However, every once in awhile I dont mind using a rpm. But, the rpms tend to be way behind in versions from the latest release.
So I was curious how one could actually make a rpm from the source tarball.
Is anyone familiar with how to do this?
I'm trying to make my own RPM for the latest version of postfix.