are some RPM packages for the latest stable release of Mandriva
that I built and
with whoever they will be of use to. Most of them are related to
Multimedia, Emulation, Entertainment or Edutainment. Of course you use
them on your own
Thanks to pykix.net
for hosting my
There will be a domain change of this host in the near future. Drop a
line to squall38 - at - rpgameplace.de and I'll notify you of the new
destination once it's up.
(May 28th, 2008)
Mandriva Linux 2008.1 i586 RPMs
Mandriva Linux 2008.0 i586 RPMs
Mandriva Linux 2007.1 Spring i586 RPMs
Mandriva Linux 2007.0 i586 RPMs (unsupported)
Mandriva Linux 2006.0 i586 RPMs (unsupported)
Mandriva Linux 2006.0 64-Bit RPMs
Gone again until I find a maintainer.
I add your
RPMs as media to urpmi?
A: Sure, just run the
following command as root in a shell (if your CPU architecture is
rpgp http://www.rpgameplace.de/rpms/2008.1/i586/ with hdlist.cz
Or for Mandriva Linux 2008.0:
rpgp http://www.rpgameplace.de/rpms/2008.0/i586/ with hdlist.cz
Or for Mandriva Linux 2007.1 Spring:
rpgp http://www.rpgameplace.de/rpms/2007.1/i586/ with hdlist.cz
Or for Mandriva Linux 2007.0:
rpgp http://www.rpgameplace.de/rpms/2007.0/i586/ with hdlist.cz
Or for Mandriva Linux 2006:
rpgp http://www.rpgameplace.de/rpms/2006/i586/ with hdlist.cz
Q: How do I find out my CPU architecture?
Q: Where are the debugging packages?
A: Add the media to your urpmi or browse the file tree yourself
) to get the
Q: The package I want isn't
for my architecture!
A: Download and build the SRPM, that's what they're there for.
Information on how to build an SRPM can be found here
Q: I get complains about missing
A: First, make sure you have the main, contrib, plf and plf-nonfree
sources in their release and updates incarnations added to urpmi. If it
still won't work, consider also adding the according backports and
testing sources. Visit urpmi-addmedia.org