rpm -Va says, that redhat-lsb has unsatisfied dependencies on:
Are these installed on your system?? These is a list mandate by LSB Spec as must
have in the system if you want the system to be LSB compliance.
A new check says that:
/usr/bin/ar <- INSTALLED
/usr/bin/m4 <- NOT INSTALLED
/usr/bin/patch <- NOT INSTALLED
/usr/bin/strip <- INSTALLED
Try it yourself - rpm -V lsb-release
This was a fresh install clicking all the default options.
re-confirmed with fresh-install - all four dependencies are missing.
This is a blocker for FC6, isn't it?
Was this fixed?
It sure looks like it was fixed here...
I can't duplicate the problem on a fc6 system at least.
The changelog in the redhat-lsb package just has:
* Thu Sep 21 2006 Lawrence Lim <email@example.com> - 3.1-10.3
- Fix upgrade issue; Bug 202548
But that bug is not accessable, so it's hard to say if it's related to this one.
I am going to go ahead and close this bug now, but if you can spot any issues
with the fc6 redhat-lsb, please feel free to re-open or file a new bug.