Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1254019
packages not found for certain arch
Last modified: 2016-12-19 14:43:34 EST
Created attachment 1063549 [details]
package search results
Description of problem:
Getting the dreaded missing packages again.Someone needs to rescan the repos.
Files for one arch are not found in another arch when using same packagelist to spin from.The only difference is the arch. Im using similar ones too. Like i386 and x64. Im trying to get a baseline (FC) setup here and the build process is failing on missing packages which SHOULD be there. Im not doing anything fancy.
This time im not using non-free repos either.
I went ahead and did a package search. Some lists say not found(on any arch), others say found with version number.
RPMBone has nothing listed for 23 yet.
example is hplip-gui for x64.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.try to spin fedora (I dont use $basearch and $releasever, as Im spinning from a different version than Im running on.Dont mock me, this works if you know what youre doing.)
2.try to spin fedora for similar yet different arch
these are core packages, they should be there.
using mirror kludge, so someone should have these files.
Created attachment 1063550 [details]
Created attachment 1063551 [details]
x64 kickstart -note the WIP comments
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closing as notabug, we do not support running all 32 bit x86 applications on 64 bit x86