Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 36504
rpm2html needs to be rebuilt against new rpm
Last modified: 2008-05-01 11:38:00 EDT
After upgrading to rpm-4.0.2 on 6.2, rpm2html now fails:
rpm2html: error in loading shared libraries: /usr/lib/librpm.so.0: undefined symbol: ufdio
rebuilding rpm2html against the new rpm fixies this. This probably
falls into the same category as the recent gnorpm and ucd-snmp
Same goes for "kpackage" and "rpmfind" and "purp". I think that should be all
affected packages on main CD and powertools. I used:
for i in *; do
rpm -qp --requires $i | fgrep -qs librpm.so.0 && echo $i
in the relevant directories to find out which packages link against librpm.
I added a specific entry in the rpm2html/rpmfind FAQ
*** Bug 42752 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
When will fixed binaries be shipped? Not everyone is able to recompile the packages. (Certainly with slow machines.) My tries on a slow SPARC system
that is the intended platform to use it for will not succeed.
I'm having problems with fdio (symbol not found) with ucd-snmp 4.2.1 -- compiled
from sources, against rpm 4.0.2.
I've tried what I can to make it work, but it still doesn't.
Any other issues that need to be dealt with here?
(Looks like someone changed namespaces ... )
I just released a new version rpm2html-1.6, it built fine against
the RawHide rpm packages. Should propagate to RawHide in the next days.