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Re: non building packages list



>>>>> "Toshio" == Toshio Kuratomi <toshio tiki-lounge com> writes:

Toshio> On Wed, 2006-02-01 at 13:21 -0700, Kevin Fenzi wrote:
>> I am going through and filing bugs on them, but I only have the
>> first block of them filed so far. If I have filed a bug and you
>> fixed the build issues, please remember to close the bug. Links to
>> the bugs are available at the above web page.
>> 
>> If you see one of your packages there, please do try and fix it up
>> to build. If you would like more information from my mock run, you
>> can find me on #fedora-extras on irc.freenode.net, nick: nirik. Or
>> feel free to email me.

Toshio> Hi Kevin -- If you have the config.log from the gnotime
Toshio> failure that might be of help to me.  (Or even better -- if
Toshio> you have the ability to tar the gnotime build directory and
Toshio> put it on the web where I can download it...) I know that
Toshio> gnotime is failing due to changes to modular X and the
Toshio> configure check but I'm neither running devel nor have a
Toshio> rawhide mirror so running I'm unable to run a local build and
Toshio> find out what's wrong.

Toshio> If you don't have that, I'll fix it after I upgrade to FC5.

I can probibly get that for you in a while. 

All I have left from the mock run is the build.log, it doesn't keep
the build directories around (ie, no config.log). 

I tried to re-run mock on my test machine, but it's running into the
current sqlite breaking yum, and it doesn't build. ;( 

The build.log has: 

checking for localtime_r... yes
configure: error: X development libraries not found
error: Bad exit status from /var/tmp/rpm-tmp.41009 (%build)

You might look at the configure script and see what tests it's doing
there. What headers it's looking for? what libs it's looking for? 

I can try and get you the config.log in the next few days. 

kevin

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