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rpm install into non-default dir
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    rpm install into non-default dir

    Hi,

    Is there a way to install an rpm into a non-default directory? or would I need the source for that.

    thanx

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    Re:rpm install into non-default dir

    hello,
    if the package is relocateable then try
    rpm --prefix=/path/to/install
    i have fond one package that is relocateable...

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