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Default Cannot build rpm packages

Hello All I'm trying to make an email server using this tutorial :

http://www.howtoforge.com/perfect-se...ispconfig-3-p4

I followed that tutorial, but when i try to build rpm packages for maildrop using this command :

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sudo rpmbuild -ta maildrop-2.5.5.tar.bz2
and after the proccess finish, and I run command :

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sudo ls -l /root/rpmbuild/RPMS/i686
There is no maildrop packages, it shows only courier-authlib packages

Is there anyone that can solve my problem ??

Looking forward to hear from you all
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Did you check the other directories in the /root/rpmbuild/RPMS directory?
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Did you check the other directories in the /root/rpmbuild/RPMS directory?
Hi, thanks for reply

I check it in the /root/rpmbuild/RPMS, and there is no directory except i686



http://www.imagegratis.com/free/uploads/a364045632.jpg



And this is screenshot when i run "sudo ls -l /root/rpmbuild/RPMS/i686"



http://www.imagegratis.com/free/uploads/e68ef378f1.jpg

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Did you get any error messages when you tried to build maildrop? Chances are it didn't finish because of some errors.
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Did you get any error messages when you tried to build maildrop? Chances are it didn't finish because of some errors.
hmm, i'm sorry for being so dull but i don't know how to get the error, i follow the process when build it but i don't understand which one is the error message.

some websites tell that in the ~/rpm/tmp there is script which are generated to actually build and package the package but i don't have that directory in my server.
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You should see errors in the output of the build process.
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the problem has solved. when i check again the build process it said that the package are in the /root/rpm/RPMS/i686, sorry if the problem bother you all. thanks a lot guys
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