Failed dependencies on Perl

devzero2000 pinto.elia at
Sun Jun 3 12:22:27 UTC 2012

Sorry for the top posting.

So, no what you have done is useless for your problem with rpm. You
have to create an rpm that provide the symbolic link and require the
true perl executable, as a file or package dependency.


2012/6/3, Eran Ben Natan <eranb at>:
> Hello,
> I have built an RPM containing a Perl script with "#! /bin/perl" as
> first line, which I can't change. When I installed the package I've got:
> error: Failed dependencies:
>         /bin/perl is needed by myrpm
> Which is OK, but after I copied /usr/bin/perl to /bin/perl (and run
> /bin/perl -version to verify), I still getting this message.
> I do not want to use AutoReq: 0 in this package.
> Thanks, Eran
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