Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 52582
Rebuild of bind-9.1.3-3.src.rpm fails with parse errors
Last modified: 2007-04-18 12:36:36 EDT
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Description of problem:
When bind-9.1.3-3.src.rpm is rebuild using rpm --rebuild, it gets to dst_api.c and then bombs out with several pages of parse errors. See
attached file for the entire output of compile attempt.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. rpm --rebuild bind-9.1.3-3.src.rpm
Actual Results: See attached file...
Expected Results: Compile should have completed without errors and final packages should have been produced in
I'm running the latest Rawhide, glibc 2.2.4-5, gcc-2.96-96 on a dual proc i686 Pentium II 333 with 256 MB of RAM
Created attachment 29594 [details]
Exact output from rpm --rebuild on the src.rpm
On a side note, I build it by hand without using RPM (you know, the old fashioned way), and it builds fine.
Ok, now I'm really confused.. but here goes
In the spec file, I removed "--with-openssl=/usr" from the %configure line and it builds correctly from a 'rpm ba --clean bind.spec' in
Yes, looks like you're using an openssl version from stone age. ;)
No problems here with openssl 0.9.6b-5.
Actually, it wasn't. OpenSSL was 0.9.6b-4. I rm'd all of my openssl headers, then reinstalled the OpenSSL-0.9.6b-4 RPMs, and it still bombed out. I was
forced to rebuild from source by hand and install by hand before I could compile again. I'll give 0.9.6b-5 a try, but I'm leaning towards something in the
old -4 and -3 RPMS being at fault...