On Mon, 17 Jun 2019 at 17:26, Michael Ivanov <ivans(a)isle.spb.ru> wrote:
I'm trying to build a set of 32-bit packages for centos7 and I'm getting
the following message:
Group buildsys-build does not exist
32-bit packages from my private repository that are specified explicitly
for chroot_setup_cmd are installed successfully. Moreover, dependencies
for these packages from centos7 base are also found and installed.
But compiler and libraries (which as I understand should be pulled in
by @buildsys-build) are not installed.
Where this group is defined?
The group is defined in EL7 as
[root@smoogen-laptop ~]# yum -c /tmp/epel7.repo group info hidden
There is no installed groups file.
Maybe run: yum groups mark convert (see man yum)
Warning: group/environment hidden does not exist.
Group: Buildsystem building group
but the centos i686 systems may not have it. They recommend using this
as the config and using that install instead of the @buildsys-build that is
basically the same thing.
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