sundials (or one of its subpacakges) has multiarch conflicts when installed for both i386 and x86_64 in the Fedora development tree. For help in resolving them, see http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/PackagingDrafts/MultilibTricks.
file /usr/bin/sundials-config from install of sundials-devel-2.3.0-5.fc8 conflicts with file from package sundials-devel-2.3.0-5.fc8
(Note that this is an automated bug filing.)
It would be nice to have these bugs fixed by the beta of Fedora 9.
I got your auto bug report for sundials-devel. The problem here is that my
package includes a script called 'sundials-config' which is used in a similar
way to pkg-config, except that it is specific to just this package. For example
you might run:
gcc myprogram.c -o myprogram `sundials-config --libs --cppflags`
This sundials-config script needs to have a single filename so that downstream
packages can just run it from the path.
I looked at the MultilibTricks page hopeing to find that I should install the
file in /usr/bin64 in the case of 64 bit packages, and /usr/bin in the case of
32 bit packages. But I didn't see any advice suggesting that. Do 64 bit systems
have a special place for their binaries?
If there's not such thing as /usr/bin64, what would you suggest?
Changing version to '9' as part of upcoming Fedora 9 GA.
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