I found the 5.0 version of rpm at:|
Yeah.. says fedora.risky, so it is not official.
But I have to try and fix the problem I am having:
Using my existing fedora provided packages, I tried to
rpmbuild -bb ntfs-3g.spec (for ntfs-3g-1.5130).
It always dies with memory fault after this:
+ /usr/lib/rpm/atrpms/brp-strip /usr/bin/strip
+ /usr/lib/rpm/atrpms/brp-strip-static-archive /usr/bin/strip
+ /usr/lib/rpm/atrpms/brp-strip-comment-note /usr/bin/strip /usr/bin/objdump
Processing files: ntfs-3g-1.5130-1.f7
Executing(%doc): /bin/sh -e /var/tmp/rpm-tmp.10146
+ umask 022
+ cd /usr/src/redhat/BUILD
+ cd ntfs-3g-1.5130
+ export DOCDIR
+ rm -rf /var/tmp/ntfs-3g-1.5130-1.f7-root-root/usr/share/doc/ntfs-3g-1.5130
+ /bin/mkdir -p /var/tmp/ntfs-3g-1.5130-1.f7-root-root/usr/share/doc/ntfs-3g-1.5130
+ cp -pr AUTHORS ChangeLog COPYING CREDITS NEWS README /var/tmp/ntfs-3g-1.5130-1.f7-root-root/usr/share/doc/ntfs-3g-1.5130
+ exit 0
/bin/sh: 17396: Memory fault
I posed the problem to the ntfs-3g users list, and they say
the problem is with my version of rpm, and not with the spec file,
nor with the resulting Makefiles.
So, that is why I thought I should try to update to rpm 5.0
By the way, even if I try to update via yum, and provide the binary rpms
of the rpm packages directly as args to yum, yum fails because of dependency issues.
Kevin Fenzi wrote:
On Mon, 19 Jan 2009 17:41:20 -0800 JD <jd1008 gmail com> wrote:Dear list, My current system has rpm-18.104.22.168-2 rpm-libs-22.214.171.124-2 rpm-python-126.96.36.199-2 I want to update to rpm-perl-5.0-0.2.0 rpm-libs-5.0-0.2.0 rpm-build-5.0-0.2.0 rpm-5.0-0.2.0 rpm-python-5.0-0.2.0 The 5.0 builds are made for my version of fedora. How can I update to the new 5.0 stuff safely, so that I am not left without an rpm tool. The dependencies are so many, I am not sure how I can update and not break the dependents.Where are you seeing these rpms? They are not provided by Fedora. If it's rpm5, why not ask their support forums for help: http://rpm5.org/community.php Or better yet, just stick with the Fedora provided packages. kevin