[Fedora-haskell] Installing ghc64 rpm in a local folder?
simonmar at microsoft.com
Wed Mar 23 07:04:30 EST 2005
On 23 March 2005 11:58, Patrick Scheibe wrote:
> I'm new to Fedora. I need a very new version of the ghc compiled with
> --with-hopengl. On this machine isn't any ghc. So I started as usual
> trying to install a binary first ghc.
> I took the ghc64-6.4-4.x86_64.rpm package from the fedorahaskell site
> and tried to install it locally (because I have no root passwd) with
> ~>rpm --install --prefix "$HOME/built"
> "software/haskell/ghc64-6.4-4.x86_64.rpm" warning:
> software/haskell/ghc64-6.4-4.x86_64.rpm: V3 DSA signature: NOKEY, key
> ID aedf7ebb
> error: package ghc64 is not relocatable
> How can I get a first ghc running? And is it possible to compile a
> new one in the same simple way like on a non 64 bit machine? I never
> worked on a x86_64 machine before.
Try this tarball:
It should be enough to get you going.
The RPM does need root access unfortunately, but that's something we
could fix in the future.
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