gstreamer-plugins-good-devel.ppc64 is available in F7, but not
# yum -C --enablerepo=fedora-debuginfo --enablerepo=updates-debuginfo
--enablerepo=updates-testing-debuginfo --enablerepo=updates-testing search
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gstreamer-plugins-good-devel.ppc 0.10.5-6.fc7 installed
gstreamer-plugins-good.ppc 0.10.5-6.fc7 fedora
gstreamer-plugins-good-devel.ppc64 0.10.5-6.fc7 fedora
gstreamer-plugins-good.ppc 0.10.5-6.fc7 installed
gstreamer-plugins-good-devel.ppc 0.10.5-6.fc7 fedora
gstreamer-plugins-good-devel.ppc64 0.10.5-6.fc7 installed
gstreamer-plugins-good-debuginfo.ppc 0.10.5-6.fc7 fedora-debuginfo
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It doesn't seem to be in rawhide either:
# yum -y --enablerepo=fedora-debuginfo --enablerepo=updates-debuginfo
--enablerepo=development install gstreamer-plugins-good.ppc64
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Nothing to do
The package was actually built though:
why would you want this? ppc64 packages on ppc are treated as the multilib
packages, as such only specifically needed things are directly considered
(kernel/glibc/etc..), then everything else is a result of the -devel package
being considered for cross arch development, and the direct dependencies
therein. Nothing that matches the above (simplified) criteria pulls in
gstreamer-plugins-good as ppc64. Is this causing any real problem?
It's needed for totem, rhythmbox, and any gstreamer applications to run on
PPC64. Otherwise, I might just excludearch ppc64 for those packages.
Note that there's a requires in Totem for this package. Should I have added the
specific arch in the deps?
$ grep plugins-good totem.spec
Requires: gstreamer-plugins-good >= %gstreamer_plugins_good_version
BuildRequires: gstreamer-plugins-good >= %gstreamer_plugins_good_version
- Add gstreamer-plugins-good as a builddep so that gconfaudiosink
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We don't select gstreamer plugins to be multilib packages when composing a tree.
Theoretically we should.
Will be fixed in 0.4.3-1.
mash-0.5.16-1.el5 has been submitted as an update for Fedora EPEL 5.
mash-0.5.20-1.el5 has been submitted as an update for Fedora EPEL 5.
mash-0.5.20-1.el5 has been pushed to the Fedora EPEL 5 stable repository. If problems still persist, please make note of it in this bug report.