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Home » Developing U++ » Releasing U++ » Missing dependency with Fedora 21 rpm ? (yum complains about missing dependency : libexpat-devel)
Re: Missing dependency with Fedora 21 rpm ? [message #45220 is a reply to message #45155] Fri, 09 October 2015 14:26 Go to previous message
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Hi, Honza,

Thanks for your efforts !

dolik.rce wrote on Fri, 18 September 2015 20:52
So it might be some just some fluke in how OBS works (not very probable) or there is still something wrong with my packaging (much more probable Smile ).

I planned to have a look at that, but I badly miss time... Sorry ! I'm not sure that there is a problem with your packaging. Maybe one or two missing dependencies to not forget to install some rpm, but probably nothing more serious.

What is weird is that yum totally ignores upp-devel package. Seems there is something wrong in the repo itself. I had a quick look but saw nothing...

Anyway, as you say, it's now working if we install the way I described there. It's already great !

However, I still have an application generating an error. This time, it is the linker complaining that it does not find -lbz2... yum list lz* shows that I have those installed packages :
lz4.x86_64 r131-1.fc21 @updates
lzma-sdk457.x86_64 4.57-8.fc21 @fedora
lzo.x86_64 2.08-3.fc21 @koji-override-0/$releasever
lzo-minilzo.x86_64 2.08-3.fc21 @fedora
lzop.x86_64 1.03-11.fc21 @fedora
Normally, I should not need the i686 pachage, should I ? So, what is missing ?

[EDIT] Just to be sure, I installed lz4.i686, but as I thought, it has no effect.

[Updated on: Fri, 09 October 2015 14:35]

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