On 5/11/11 4:46 PM, Phillip T. George wrote:
I seem to be having an issue with wine. Well, it likely is not only
specific to wine, but has to do with the configuration I have set up,
which includes wine. I am building on x86_64 ... and wine has
dependencies that are x86-32. Those dependencies are not getting
included, so whenever the install is being ran, it complains about those
missing dependencies. FYI, I'm doing this on Fedora 14. The missing
Understand part of the goal is to slipstream updates as well as other
custom RPMs into the install process.
It appears that pungi is purposely ignoring these packages due to them
not being the main architecture. What would be the method in telling
pungi that including i686 packages is ok, as long as its a requirement
of another package? Or is this just a bug?
This is somewhere between a bug and a configuration issue. I hadn't
considered the case of a x86_64 package requiring 32bit packages. When
I made pungi stop gathering cross-arch packages I think I hardcoded it
rather than making it a setting in the kickstart file. A quick look
through the code should show you where you could fudge things to
consider compat arches again while gathering.
Jesse Keating RHCE (http://jkeating.livejournal.com
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