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RE: kpackage



The src.rpm was the one corresponding to the rpm installed, that is
kdeadmin-3.2.2-2.src.rpm.
To tell the truth, the only modification I made to the spec file was
setting the kpackage value to 1 at the beginning of the file.
I'll investigate further but if you (or anyone on the list) have
specific information as to what else needs modifying, please let me
know.

Gabor


-----Original Message-----
From: Paul Howarth [mailto:paul city-fan org] 
Sent: Wednesday, October 27, 2004 9:19 AM
To: For users of Fedora Core releases
Subject: Re: kpackage

On Tue, 2004-10-26 at 22:19, Walter Gábor wrote:
> After looking at the list archive and various other web resources I
> thought I would try and build kpackage for FC2.
> I was almost successful, I am having a small problem, though.
> Here is what I did:
> Installed the appropriate kdeadmin src.rpm
> Modified the spec file to include kpackage
> Started rpmbuild -ba specfile
> 
> Everything seemed fine, but I ended up with the following error
message:
> 
> RPM build errors:
> File not found: /var/tmp/kdeadmin-buildroot/usr/sbin/kpackage
> File not found:
> /var/tmp/kdeadmin-buildroot/etc/security/console.apps/kpackage
> 
> What is interesting, though, is that there is a kpackage binary in 
> /var/tmp/kdeadmin-buildroot/usr/bin which seems to be running fine.
> Some might say this can be considered success but I'd rather have a
> normal rpm file, which, then, I would be more than happy to share.
> 
> Any clues?

Eaxctly which kdeadmin src.rpm did you install, and what changes did you
make to it? It appears as through the set of changes were incomplete, as
the files /usr/sbin/kpackage and /etc/security/console.apps/kpackage
have not been "installed" into the RPM, yet the spec file says that they
should be there.

Paul.
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Paul Howarth <paul city-fan org>

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