Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1474529
Missing grep dependency
Last modified: 2017-12-12 05:20:23 EST
Steps to reproduce:
1. Build a chroot using dnf as specified in man systemd-nspawn.
2. Observe that systemd scriptlets fail due to missing grep dependency.
I tested this on F25, F26 and rawhide chroots and got the same error in all cases. Manually installing grep first and then making the chroot works fine.
What error are you getting? Please paste the whole log.
systemd uses grep in %post scriptlets for the main subpackage and -libs subpackage, and both have Requires(post):grep.
Apparently, I did the earlier tests wrong. This issue only appears on F25. I will attach the log.
Created attachment 1304367 [details]
Indeed, it's missing in F25. I pushed the update to the spec file now, it'll be fixed in next rebuild.
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