How to Convert From RPM to DEB and DEB to RPM Package Using Alien

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Gabriel Cánepa

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7 Responses

  1. G says:

    I get this error and it’s not anything found on search to solve it.

    Error: Unknown repo: 'epel-testing'
    

    I already have rpmbuild on my fedora. what’s gonna happen if I don’t enable epel-testing and skip the “yum –enablerepo=epel-testing install rpmrebuild”?

  2. Edison says:

    I did exactly the steps, but the same error: Conflicts with filesystem-3.2-21.el7.x86_64

  3. Faisal says:

    thank you

  4. Jalal Hajigholamali says:

    Hi,
    Thanks a lot…
    conversion is possible, but version of libraries are very important for installation of converted packages

    • @Jalal,
      Yes – that is a possibility, but most libraries (if not all) that are required to run a program precompiled in a .deb or .rpm package are available for the other package format in the repositories. At least that has been my experience so far.

  5. reza says:

    very good
    but i cant do convert from deb to rpm :(
    thanks

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