Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 57941
rpm fails to build samba 2.2.2-8 from src.rpm for i686
Last modified: 2007-04-18 12:38:51 EDT
I'm not sure if this is a bug in samba or rpm but I suspect that the
problem is in the spec file.
When I attempt to build samba 2.2.2-8 from a spec file for target=i686, the
build fails due to missing files in a glob, while working on samba-common.
The last directory in the glob is codepages. I've only tried building
i686 and the default. This may be a problem for other archs as well.
Steps to Reproduce:
1.rpm -Uvh samba-2.2.2-8.src.rpm
2.rpm -ba --target=i686 samba.spec
Actual Results: rpm fails to build packages due to missing files.
Expected Results: It should have build the packages.
"rpmbuild --target=i686 -ba samba.spec" works fine for me with samba-2.2.2-8
Found problem. I was under assumption that processor was PII or better. Turned
out to be a vanilla Pentium, hence the problem building for i686. Sorry for