Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 399231
Cannot compile callweaver-1.2-0.3.rc4.20070822.src.rpm
Last modified: 2009-07-14 10:07:55 EDT
Description of problem:
I cannot compile the source rpm in mock on x86_64:
mock -r rawhide-x86_64 callweaver-1.2-0.3.rc4.20070822.src.rpm:
./corelib/.libs/libcallweaver.so: undefined reference to `adsi_put_message'
./corelib/.libs/libcallweaver.so: undefined reference to `adsi_send_alert_tone'
You can find full logs attached.
always (rawhide on 2007-11-26)
I wanted to check, if callweaver is compilable with new openldap-2.4, see
http://people.redhat.com/jsafrane/openldap-2.4-preview/ for yum repository with
all RPMs. IMHO the compilation error is not related to this new openldap.
Please make sure that your package is compilable in current rawhide + check,
that it is compilable with new openldap-2.4-devel from my repo.
Created attachment 268641 [details]
mock compilation log
Created attachment 268651 [details]
mock setup log
Can somebody please fix this and compile callweaver against the new
openldap/ssl? This has been the cause of broken deps for >3 weeks in rawhide:
It would be wise, if possible, to upgrade to RC5 as well.
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