Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 123303
The source rpm doesn't build
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:07:01 EST
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Description of problem:
The build process hangs at building docs, startpage. The cause appears
to be incorrect paths to Fontmap (see attachment).
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. rpmbuild -bb doxygen-1.3.5-0.RHEL3.1.src.rpm
2. wait a few minutes
Created attachment 100257 [details]
The last part of a build trace
I was too quick about that Fontmap conclusion, the right Fontmap is actually
found on lines 61 and 70 of the attachement. Whatever the real problem is, I
can' figure it.
it's strange! it can be built without this problem in our build
it looks like that some packages, which are needed fÃ¼r building of
doxygen, are missing on your running machine.
could you please check if the following packages tetex-dvips,
tetex-latex, ghostscript have been installed on your machine.
if not, please install them and start rebuild again. thanks
Created attachment 100269 [details]
rpm -qa |sort
A you can see I'm building on a full AS install but, because of bug
#110752, double-checking those three was the first thing I did.
The only packages missing on the build machine are certain RHEL
BuildReqs that are not part of the RHEL distro (e.g. bonobo, gal,
gtkhtml, nasm etc) and a couple of RHEL packages that BuildReq such
packages (e.g. gimp-perl, depends on Gtk-Perl, which is not part of
What non-RHEL packages does your build environment include, if any?
i have taken a look in your attachment, it looks sane. It's strange
why it does not rebuild on your machine.
Could you please send me the output of 'rpmbuild --rebuild
Well, no. There's a new problem namely: now it builds OK, exit 0. The
only thing that happened with that machine between yesterday and today
is a reboot, so we can assume some linking issue somewhere, impossible
to find. I suggest a resolution of CLOSED MAGIC.
ok, i close it now as notabug. Thanks for your report