Upgrade from 1.0.7-6 to 1.2.2 in RedHat 8.0
Mon Jun 23 01:55:10 2003
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On Fri, Jun 20, 2003 at 01:18:32PM -0400, Todd wrote:
> Ty Cabugao wrote:
> > I am trying to upgrade my GnuPG from 1.0.7-6 to 1.2.2. I am running RedHat
> > 8.0. I follow the instructions completely (./configure, make, make
> > install), and everything seems to go through smoothly. But once I check
> > out the version of my gpg, it is still 1.0.7-6. Am I doing anything wrong?
> By default, configure will set the prefix to /usr/local while the rpm from
> redhat uses /usr. So when you ran make install, your newly compiled gnupg
> 1.2.2 was probably installed in /usr/local/bin/gpg which comes after
> /usr/bin in your path. If you have removed the gnupg rpm, then you should
> be able to use gpg 1.2.2 from /usr/local, assuming that you have
> /usr/local/bin in your path.
> You may also need to add /usr/local/libs to /etc/ls.so.conf and run ldconfig
> (as root) so that some libraries work.
You don't need to do this. GnuPG does not install any libraries.
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