Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1011687
arm4 fails to build from source on F19
Last modified: 2015-02-17 12:20:25 EST
Description of problem:
The arm4 package fails to build from source on an up-to-date F19 host.
Version-Release number(s) of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. install srpm on an up-to-date F19 host, i.e.,
rpm -i arm4-0.8.2-11.fc18.src.rpm
2. attempt to build:
rpmbuild -ba SPECS/arm4.spec
checking for db - version >= 4.3... yes
checking for db flags...
checking db_cxx.h usability... no
checking db_cxx.h presence... no
checking for db_cxx.h... no
configure: error: require Berkeley DB C++ libraries
error: Bad exit status from /var/tmp/rpm-tmp.EKkWe7 (%build)
Package builds without errors.
The same package built successfully on F18.
It appears that the missing header file is no longer in a BuildRequires for this package. By making the following change in the spec file, the package builds suggessfully on F19:
BuildRequires: libuuid-devel openssl-devel db4-utils db4-devel libxml2-devel sqlite-devel xerces-c-devel ant ant-javadoc
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