[CentOS] mock %post(pam) failure

Farkas Levente lfarkas at lfarkas.org
Tue Apr 14 12:55:11 UTC 2009


Rex Dieter wrote:
> Rex Dieter wrote:
> 
>> Stuart Jansen wrote:
>>
>>> I recently upgraded an internal build server from C5.2 to C5.3 and now
>>> I'm experiencing problems initializing the mock buildroot. Specifically,
>>> I'm getting the following error:
>>>
>>> ------
>>> /var/tmp/rpm-tmp.77062: line 6: cat: command not found
>>> /var/tmp/rpm-tmp.77062: line 7: rm: command not found
>>> /var/tmp/rpm-tmp.77062: line 22: install: command not found
>>> /var/tmp/rpm-tmp.77062: line 25: install: command not found
>>> error: %post(pam-0.99.6.2-4.el5.i386) scriptlet failed, exit status 127
>>> ---
>> I saw this in my f10 buildroots hosted on centos 5.2.
>>
>> several bugs:
>> 1.  rpm/yum (on the buildhost) not respecting pam's
>> Requires(post): coreutils
>> 2.  pam's scriptlets unsafe and not ending with ||:
>> 3.  rpm/yum (on the buildhost) exiting with error-code on a scriptlet
>> failure (and mock aborting because of it).  I'm fairly certain recent
>> rpm/yum on fedora no longer suffers from this.
>>
>> I emailed pam's maintainers about item 2 ~6 months ago, but I don't see it
>> implemented yet.  I guess I never filed a bug, will do now.
> 
> interestingly, I can no longer reproduce this failure myself on a recently
> upgraded centos-5.3 box using mock-0.9.14 (from epel).

i've got exactly the same thing and not able to solve it.
some can tell me what was the solution for him?
thanks in advance.

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