find-requires doesn't seem to run during rpmbuild
pmatilai at laiskiainen.org
Thu Dec 4 16:10:18 UTC 2008
On Mon, 24 Nov 2008, Chris Burel wrote:
> Some more info,
> I've also tried the same with RPM version 4.6.0-rc1.
> The make check gives errors, I'm attaching the error log. There were
> more errors before I installed libelf, even though I couldn't find any
> executable that was linking to -lelf.
The testsuite in 4.6.0 is not really functional, don't read too much into
what it says.
> I'm trying to use rpm as my package manager for a Linux from Scratch system (www.linuxfromscratch.org). I'm trying to get it working early in the build process, so that I don't have to go back and recreate rpms for packages I've already compiled and installed. So I don't have everything a normal system would have. Here's what I have installed:
> Berkeley DB-4.7.25
> Linux-188.8.131.52 API Headers
> At this point, I installed the things to get rpm to build, including:
> CVS, which needed Vi
> NSS and NSPR
> I don't have these:
> Expat, GnuPG, Python, Neon, or Libxml2
> I saw these listed http://www.linuxfromscratch.org/hints/downloads/files/rpm.txt as dependencies, but rpm seems to compile just fine without them...
These are old requirements. See the INSTALL document in rpm sources for a
more up-to-date information.
> The rpm on my host FC5 system is linking to a bunch of different things
> than my new version.
Yup, that's to be expected.
- Panu -
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