I am facing a bizarre issue on rpmbuilding *some* rpms on FC5:
rpmbuild doesn't build debuginfos, despite the package contains
Also, on packages exposing these symptoms, executables don't seem get
$ rpmlint ~/src/rpms/RPMS/i386/xxx-0.0.2-0.fc5.i386.rpm
W: xxx unstripped-binary-or-object /usr/bin/xyz
 Yes, redhat-rpm-config is installed.
patch for reposync to have a real destdir... its still using repo.id as default
apply with: -p0
"no repo to setup" should also in my eyes have a different exit state than 0
if reposync is called the intention of the user is to sync a specific
repo. exit 0 in my eyes means a repo is succesfully synced. if it cant
setup a repo there should definitely be a different exit state.
p.s. probably needs still some tweaking
"Antonio Vargas" <windenntw(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> xen always needed p6 hardware (didnt run on k6-II for example),
> and AFAIK p6 supports PAE always, so not any lose here i think
Nope. "Banias" and at least early "Dothan" Pentium M and Celeron M
processors don't have working PAE. I know some IBM ThinkPad T41
laptops will fall into this problem. I'm not sure if there are any
AMD processors in the Athlon and later era that don't have PAE, but
there may be.
I have been given a couple of IBM e-Series x 366 machines to use for
a project. I can install FC5 x86-64 with no problems. It detects a
ATI 7000 /7100 video card and on first boot everything seem fine.
When I reboot, I am hitting the black screen of nothing. Are there
any problems with FC5 or ATI driver on the IBM x366 ?
On Wed, May 17, 2006 at 07:09:10PM -0700, Eyal Traitel wrote:
> While I understand the development pain, I think it's important to note my
> case - I currently use Xen in production service (for Wiki server) with an
> old Dual PIII. I understand that this will imply that on this specific h/w I
> will have to stay with the current kernel versions, right?
They should have PAE, so you should be ok.