[packman] (fwd) from cuban linux users [arzolacub at hotmail.com]
wbx at openbsd.de
Sat Jun 12 20:19:59 CEST 2004
----- Forwarded message from Jorge Luis Arzola <arzolacub at hotmail.com> -----
Date: Sat, 12 Jun 2004 18:32:55 +0200
From: Jorge Luis Arzola <arzolacub at hotmail.com>
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To: waldemar at links2linux.de
Subject: from cuban linux users
I have been thankfully using your packages from links2linux for some
time now, and together with the ones I make myself, our littlel team of
writers and movie makers can get the best from Linux multimedia
capabilities. So firt of all thanks very much to you and to all the
outtanding german linux comunity.
Now, beg your help. I began using Linux Suse 8.2, later migrated to 9.0
and naw to 9.1
Using 8.2 and 9.0 I built my own packages(and rebuilt yours when
necesary)without problems, but now with Suse 9.1 the rpmbuid"
"find-requires" does not list or print the requirements automatically,
just only the ones I especify in the spec file, though the packages so
build work properly.
This happens even when I use your original specs files
So please, do you have any idea of what is missing?
What program rpmbuild uses for finding and printing requirements?
HEAR IS AN EXEMPLE OF THE DEPENDENCY TAG AS SHOWN IN KPACKAGE:
rpmlib(PayloadFilesHavePrefix) (<= 4.0-1), rpmlib(CompressedFileNames)
Only this, though it belongs to a working full built gcc 3.3.1 for opt
I have no idea what changed in suse 9.1
Thank you and please help me
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