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README.md
# Kamailio Packaging # The `pkg/kamailio/` directory contains packaging specs for several operation systems. Currently the DEB and RPM specs are actively maintained, the rest are still kept in case someone wants to pick up and update. ## DEBS ## DEB packages can be generated for several flavours of Debian and Ubuntu operating systems. To generate deb packages, run: ``` make deb ``` This is using a generic Debian spec. To select a specific Debian or Ubuntu, go to root folder of Kamailio source tree, create a `debian` symlink to the desired distro from `pkg/kamailio/deb/` and run `make deb`. For example, on a Debian Stretch (9.x), do: ``` ln -s pkg/kamailio/deb/stretch debian make deb ``` The DEB files are generated in the parent folder. ## RPMS ## There are couple of variants of RPM specs. The most actual one is stored in `obs/` subfolder and has conditional options to build for many operating systems that use RPM for packages (e.g., CenOS, RedHat, Fedora, OpenSuse). The folders with the name reflecting an operating system might be older, some not really maintained. To build RPM packages for CentOS, RHEL, Fedora, OpenSUSE and Oracle linux execute ``` make rpm ``` When utility is finished, you can see the directory where compiled RPM files are located. Example: ``` Finish: rpmbuild kamailio-5.2.0-dev1.0.fc25.src.rpm Finish: build phase for kamailio-5.2.0-dev1.0.fc25.src.rpm INFO: Done(../../kamailio-5.2.0-dev1.0.fc25.src.rpm) Config(default) 8 minutes 30 seconds INFO: Results and/or logs in: /var/lib/mock/fedora-25-x86_64/result Finish: run ``` The `obs` folder aims at using it also in OpenSuse Build Service. * https://build.opensuse.org Kamailio build project on OBS is at: * https://build.opensuse.org/project/show/home:kamailio ## Gentoo ## Not actively mentained, still fairly recent updated. ## BSD ## There are specs for FreeBSD, NetBST and OpenBSD. They are not actively maintained, being quite old. ## Solaris ## Not actively maintained, being quite old. ## Alpine Linux ## To build apk packages please execute ``` make cfg make apk cd alpine && abuild -r ``` NOTICE: Now `abuild -r` command is failed when called from `Makefile`. This reason why need to execute command from shell.