[CentOS] bacula rpm --rebuild on x86_64?

Gordon McLellan gordonthree at gmail.com
Thu Nov 9 23:21:02 UTC 2006

I think I found the source of the problem. I reran the yum
localinstall with debug set to 10, and I see that the "protectbase"
plugin is preventing certain packages from being updated to later
versions.  I will download and try to install the latest stable
release of bacula instead of the cutting edge beta!

My mistake, it had nothing to do with 32/64 bit


On 11/9/06, Aleksandar Milivojevic <alex at milivojevic.org> wrote:
> Quoting Gordon McLellan <gordonthree at gmail.com>:
> > I tried to install the latest bacula last night, rebuilding from the
> > source rpm ... this is the command line I used, following the
> > instructions at bacula.org:
> >
> > # rpmbuild --rebuild --define "build_centos4 1" \
> > --define "build_x86_64 1" --define "build_mysql4 1" bacula-1.39.26-1.src.rpm
> >
> > but the rebuild fails, citing all sorts of dependencies being
> > required.   problem is, all the dependencies it mentions are for 386
> > and/or 32 bit, not x86_64.   when I try doing a yum install
> > somedependency, yum informs me it's already installed
> Well, in the output it provided, it never says it wants i386 versions
> of those packages.  Do you have gcc-g++ and others installed on the
> system?
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