jose dado wrote:
> Looks successful but what happens?
It installs the source files necessary to build your own RPM. I don't
know exactly how you build RPMs on Mandrake (there are distro-specific
directory layouts involved) but basically you find the mysql++.spec file
(it would be in /usr/src/redhat/SPECS on a Red Hat or Fedora system) and
say "rpmbuild -bb mysql++.spec". This will build the binary RPM, which
will probably be in ../RPMS/i386 relative to the SPECS directory.
> But before this I try to install the "redhat" rpm (just to experiment) and it did
> mysql++ folder and files in the /usr/include.
So why not use it, if it seems to work?