lpf (Local Package Factory) is designed to handle two separate
- Packages built from sources which does not allow redistribution.
- Packages requiring user to accept EULA-like terms.
It works by downloading sources, possibly requiring a user to accept
license terms and then building and installing rpm package(s) locally.
Besides being interactive the operation is similar to akmod and dkms.
lpf Builds and installs non-redistributable rpms by downloading binaries, building and installing a local rpm. lpf handles lpf packages named like... lpf-gui lpf-gui provides a graphical interface handling non-redistributable rpm packages. It's based on lpf(1). lpf handles lpf packages named like lpf-spotify-client...