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Re: Problem building Asterisk sounds



On Tue, Oct 20, 2009 at 12:48 PM, Mamoru Tasaka
<mtasaka ioa s u-tokyo ac jp> wrote:
> Jeffrey Ollie wrote, at 10/21/2009 01:53 AM +9:00:
>>
>> On Tue, Oct 6, 2009 at 9:23 AM, Jeffrey Ollie <jeff ocjtech us> wrote:
>>>
>>> I'm trying to build the latest Asterisk sounds package, but I'm
>>> getting the following error:
>>>
>>> error: Recognition of file
>>>
>>> "/builddir/build/BUILDROOT/asterisk-sounds-core-1.4.16-1.fc13.noarch/usr/share/asterisk/sounds/fr/digits/1.g729"
>>> failed: mode 100444 zlib: invalid stored block lengthsempty (gzip
>>> compressed data, reserved method, encrypted, last modified: Tue Nov  9
>>> 20:48:48 2010, max speed)
>>>
>>> The full build log is here:
>>> http://koji.fedoraproject.org/koji/taskinfo?taskID=1730585
>>>
>>> The build fails in mock locally as well but koji actually gives me a
>>> better error message.  The file in question isn't gzip compressed,
>>> it's an audio file compressed with G.729 audio compression.  Can
>>> anyone help me out here?
>>
>> I still haven't figured this out, and it hasn't fixed itself.  Can
>> anyone take a look and give me a hint?
>
> Well,
> $ file ./usr/share/asterisk/sounds/fr/digits/1.g729
> ./usr/share/asterisk/sounds/fr/digits/1.g729: gzip compressed data, reserved
> method, encrypted, last modified: Wed Nov 10 10:48:48 2010, max speed
>
> So it seems that this file is actually recognized as gzip compressed data,
> perhaps
> due to magic number, which seems to be causing a problem in rpm.
> I don't know currently how to deal with this case as I don't know if we can
> tell rpmbuild
> that this file should not be treated as a gzipped file by some methods or
> not, but for now
> I guess it is better to contact rpm maintainer.

Yes, this does appear to be a bug in file/libmagic.  I've filed bug 532489[1].

[1] https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=532489

In the meantime I'll remove the file as Asterisk should pick a
recording encoded with another codec as a fallback.

-- 
Jeff Ollie


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