[CentOS-devel] freeradius-2.1.3 spec
Niels de Vos
niels.devos at wincor-nixdorf.com
Mon Mar 30 12:40:12 UTC 2009
Jeff Johnson wrote:
> On Mar 30, 2009, at 8:17 AM, Niels de Vos wrote:
>> Kanwar Ranbir Sandhu wrote:
>>> I'm not sure how this would be handled if the install was via yum.
>>> Would freeradius be installed first, thus avoiding the errors?
>>> Is there a way to indicate which package should be installed
>>> first? Is
>>> it even worth it?
>> Yes, you can influence the order. I expect you have
>> Requires: freeradius
>> for freeradius-libs in the .spec. If you replace that by
>> PreReq: freeradius
>> the freeradius RPM will get installed before freeradius-libs.
>> You probably want to push this change upstream by creating a Bugzilla
>> entry for Fedora ;)
> This is not true for years. All requires are used for ordering,
> prereq and requires are handled identically.
Oh, sorry. My knowledge might be outdated... Still need to use
Fedora Core 4 for development and here it still works.
> All that adding prereq does is not ignore a dependency in a loop.
> If you have a loop, then you need to fix the loop, not pretend
> that PreReq: does anything useful.
Well, this mail wasn't about a loop. It's about ordering of packages
where <package>-libs depends on a %pre-scriptlet of <package>.
Can you tell us the correct solutions for this problem?
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