|CentOS / RHEL||Support|
|5 or before||Unsupported, please upgrade|
They provide NeoMutt for both CentOS and RedHat Enterprise Linux.
The instructions work for all versions of CentOS / RHEL. The commands should
be run as root, or prefixed with
First download the repo file for your OS:
Now, copy it into place and install:
cp flatcap-neomutt-epel-7.repo /etc/yum.repos.d/ yum install neomutt
You will see a warning, which you can say ‘y’ to.
Retrieving key from https://copr-be.cloud.fedoraproject.org/results/flatcap/neomutt/pubkey.gpg Importing GPG key 0xFACB00B1: Userid: "flatcap_NeoMutt (None) <flatcap#NeoMutt@copr.fedorahosted.org>" Fingerprint: 654d 24a3 6315 9304 787b 8f9b fc43 0e26 facb 00b1 From : https://copr-be.cloud.fedoraproject.org/results/flatcap/neomutt/pubkey.gpg Is this ok [y/N]: y
Well done! You’ve just installed NeoMutt.
Once NeoMutt is installed, it will be updated automatically when you perform system updates. You can make that happen sooner by running:
To completely remove NeoMutt from your system:
yum remove neomutt rm -f /etc/yum.repos.d/flatcap-neomutt-epel-*.repo
If, instead, you would like to downgrade to Mutt:
yum remove neomutt rm -f /etc/yum.repos.d/flatcap-neomutt-epel-*.repo yum install mutt
These instructions will help you install all the dependencies you’ll need to build NeoMutt from the source code.
yum install git yum install gcc gettext-devel libidn-devel ncurses-devel slang-devel tcl yum install docbook-dtds docbook-style-xsl libxslt lynx yum install gnutls-devel cyrus-sasl-devel gpgme-devel krb5-devel yum install tokyocabinet-devel
Unfortunately, these libraries aren’t available in CentOS / RHEL:
Now you can follow the guide for building NeoMutt.
These instructions will help you install all the dependencies you’ll need to debug NeoMutt.
yum install gdb yum-utils debuginfo-install bzip2-libs cyrus-sasl-lib glibc gnutls gpgme keyutils-libs debuginfo-install krb5-libs libcom_err libgcrypt libgpg-error libidn libselinux debuginfo-install libtasn1 ncurses-libs nss-softokn-freebl tokyocabinet zlib
Now you can follow the guide for debugging NeoMutt.
gdb may suggest installing more debuginfo packages.
Instructions last checked: 2017-12-01 by @flatcap