Just like in webalizer, the path where the created pages should go in the
default config file
is still /home/httpd/html instead of /var/www/html. This shouldn't be too
long to fix ;)
One other problem is the non-critical "rpm2html: Symbol `rpmTagTable' has
size in shared object, consider re-linking" message when rpm2html starts...
And the last one is that the [localbase] part in the default config file
doesn't work. Here
is the error message I get :
[dude@marmotte dude]$ rpm2html /etc/rpm2html.config
rpm2html: Symbol `rpmTagTable' has different size in shared object,
Created directory "/var/www/html/rpms/local"
Scanning the database of installed RPMs
cannot open Packages index using db3 - No such file or directory (2)
--> The rpm database cannot be opened in db3 format.
If you have just upgraded the rpm package you need to convert
your database to db3 format by running "rpm --rebuilddb" as root.
Could it be that the rpm database has changed places? format? The default
searches for the rpm database in /usr/lib/rpm
You need to get versions of rpm2html and rpm that are in sync with each other.
suggest installing the Red Hat 7.0 packages.
All this seems fixed in recent releases, let's close this bug.