Bug 2202 - RPM 2.93 fails to compile on Solaris2.6 on ultrasparc
RPM 2.93 fails to compile on Solaris2.6 on ultrasparc
Status: CLOSED CURRENTRELEASE
Product: Red Hat Raw Hide
Classification: Retired
Component: rpm (Show other bugs)
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Assigned To: Jeff Johnson
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Reported: 1999-04-15 16:58 EDT by bugge
Modified: 2008-05-01 11:37 EDT (History)
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Last Closed: 1999-04-17 13:18:01 EDT
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Description bugge 1999-04-15 16:58:10 EDT
RPM 2.93 fails to compile on an ultrasparc machine running
Solaris 2.6 due to lib/transaction.c using statfs calls
which mis-match those in Linux.  Solaris is moving to
statvfs which does match the statfs calls in Linux.  I have
a patch against configure.in and lib/transaction.c that will
fix the problem (uses sys/statvfs.h and struct statvfs in
the offending routine call) and will post it as soon as I
can get a bug id to send the patch against.
Comment 1 bugge 1999-04-15 17:02:59 EDT
Patch file has been generated and submitted to bugzilla
Comment 2 bugge 1999-04-15 17:13:59 EDT
You'd think by now I would actually test EVERYTHING before I submitt
patches... second email err make that the third email fixes the
aclocal file and the actual call tot he function in transactions.c
Comment 3 bugge 1999-04-15 17:19:59 EDT
Send the patch to jbj@redhat.com if bugzilla failsYou'd think by now I would actually test EVERYTHING before I submitt
patches... second email err make that the third email fixes the
aclocal file and the actual call tot he function in transactions.c
Comment 4 Cristian Gafton 1999-04-15 21:13:59 EDT
assigned to jbj
Comment 5 Jeff Johnson 1999-04-17 13:18:59 EDT
Fixed in rpm-2.95 something.

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