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Description of problem:
(included in the ucd-snmp-devel sub-package) contain
entries. If you recompile the ucd-snmp packages you obtain
libdir='<your rpm build root>/usr/lib'
I think It's a bug but I'm not sure if it harms.
I found this when I was 'stracing' snmpd
and saw several lines where the daemon is trying
unsuccessfuly to open() files
(I was using a locally rebuilt source rpm package)
Maybe these open attempts are signs of another different
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. $ rpm -q ucd-snmpd-devel
2. $ cat /usr/lib/libsnmp.la
Actual Results: The libdir entries in the
have wrong paths.
Expected Results: The libdir entries in the
files should have the '/usr/lib' value
The newest RHL 6.2 errata packages for ucd-snmp
(4.2.1-4.6.x) suffer from the same problem.
The latest version (4.2.3) is available via rawhide now. This should fix this
Read ya, Phil