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Is there any way to have a redhat rpm work on slackware?
I'm trying to get tripwire to work on slackware.
The only option is an .rpm or source.
I haven't had any luck with either.
Is there a tripwire similar program out there for slackware?
Does slackware have a package manager that would accept and install correctly a red hat package?
You can install rpms on Slackware just as you would on any rpm based distro. Just do an rpm -Uvh. You might have to do a --nodeps to get it to install. However, that isn't a very wise option since pkgtool will never know about the rpm install and the rpm database will never know about an tgz packages. You have the potential to do a lot of screwey stuff to your system.
I agree with super that I'd install from source. What issues are you having with the source code?