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Description of problem:
Hi, I'm trying to rebuild the php rpm's from php-4.2.2-17.2.src.rpm and it
fails. See attachment for rpmbuild output.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. rpm -ivh php-4.2.2-17.2.src.rpm
2. cd /usr/src/redhat/SPECS
3. rpmbuild -ba php.spec
Actual Results: ./configure fails, see attachment for rpmbuild output.
Expected Results: Successful build of RPM's and SRPM
Created attachment 92804 [details]
You've upgraded to autoconf 2.57, right?
Joe, yes, that's correct... I'm currently at autoconf-2.57-3.5 and automake-
That's not a supported configuration then, sorry - lots of RHL9 packages will
fail to rebuild if you upgrade to the Raw Hide autoconf or libtool RPMs.
You can take the php-4.2.2-cxx.patch from the Raw Hide php package and add it in
if you want get this one working.
Thanks Joe, I'll review my options and either fallback to previous versions of
autoconf and libtool, etc and/or pursue the option of grabbing that patch you
I didn't intentionally install anything from rawhide, but I recently started
using a tool called "apt", which I suspect grabbed something as a prereq,
Since you mentioned that rawhide updates are not supported per se, are the
updates found on updates.redhat.com fully supported? In other words, if I
fallback to versions of packages on updates.redhat.com, will I be in a
Yes, if you stick to updates from updates.redhat.com (or from Red Hat Network
using "up2date") then you'll remain in a supported configuration.