On 05/11/2011 08:09 PM, Phillip T. George wrote:
On 05/11/2011 07:46 PM, Jesse Keating wrote:
> 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
>> RPMs are:
>> 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.
Right -- I was trying to figure out if it was a bug or a configuration
issue on my end somehow. Thanks for the swift response. That's very
helpful. I'll take a look through the code and fix as necessary.
If anyone else runs into this issue, here's a quick and dirty way to
resolve some of the issues. This was on Fedora 14. Also note that this
causes some unnecessary packages to get included, but for now its a
temporarily workaround to make sure at least all requirements are met:
1. Install pungi via yum
2. mv /usr/lib/python2.7/site-packages/pypungi/__init__.pyo
3. mv /usr/lib/python2.7/site-packages/pypungi/__init__.pyc
4. Edit /usr/lib/python2.7/site-packages/pypungi/__init__.py and just
before the line...
arches.append('src') # throw source in there, filter it later
...add the lines below, being sure to use the same spacing as already in
if arch == 'x86_64':
5. Run pungi using your normal parameters -- check to be sure additional
packages are included!
Again, this is not perfect by far, but I don't currently have time to
dig down and make it perfect ;)