[Arm-dev] Missing packages/groups in armhfp repo
mo.ucina at gmail.com
Tue Apr 5 03:25:46 UTC 2016
This is another me too . I have been working with the Bananapi image on my
R1 , and have noticed the same patchy repo situation . Lots of packages do
not have the devel component . Some of the packages such as dhcp , have the
client part but not the server package . Which is strange because when you
compile the src rpm all those packages will be built . However it looks
like they are not making it into the repo .
On Mon, Apr 4, 2016 at 12:12 AM, Adam Bishop <Adam.Bishop at jisc.ac.uk> wrote:
> I just deployed the raspberry pi image for some testing and found a couple
> of rough edges with the armhfp port.
> Mock doesn't work out of the box; it'd be nice if it shipped with a
> working config file, but after having written one builds are failing
> because the @buildsys-build yum group is not available. I can probably work
> around this by specifying the list of packages needed for the buildroot
> manually, but I suspect that the group may not exist because some required
> packages are missing.
> I've confirmed that httpd-devel and apr-devel are not present in the
> repository; is this an oversight or is there a problem building them for
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