Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 370831
anaconda installed gcc - but not glibc-headers
Last modified: 2008-08-26 15:45:25 EDT
Description of problem:
gcc rpm spec file should have 'requires: glibc-headers'
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
I did a 'custom' package selection during Fedora8 install. I ended
with a broken gcc [ with "missing stdio.h" errors]
I had to do a subsequent 'yum install glibc-headers to fix this problem.
Created attachment 251231 [details]
Created attachment 251241 [details]
>>>> gcc rpm spec file should have 'requires: glibc-headers'
Ops - please ignore this initial problem statement.
I started off assuming that this is a problem with gcc specfile - but later
realized that its anaconda issue - so modified the bugreport [but didnt' modify
this text properly]
Can you attach /var/log/anaconda* as well?
Created attachment 253111 [details]
Hm, I haven't heard any other reports of this problem, and your log files don't indicate anything obviously wrong (besides, of course, glibc-headers missing from the install.log). Is this repeatable with an install of F10 Alpha? I don't really know what else to ask for that could help get to the bottom of this problem. I don't think we turned up a similar problem to this in testing.
I don't remember all the custom choices I chose during the install of FC8 - so this experiment is not really reproducable.
I was hoping the logfiles had sufficient info to track this. Since then - I have
FC9 installed on a newer machine [perhaps without much custom tweaking] - and this install didn't have this problem.
If its not traceable - then closing this issue is fine by me.