[mythtv-users] RPM build of master in and for F29 - new script fails to build plugins
johnpilk222 at gmail.com
Tue Sep 10 14:24:30 UTC 2019
On 10/09/2019 11:08, John Pilkington wrote:
> On 09/09/2019 13:02, John Pilkington wrote:
>> On 08/09/2019 18:19, John Pilkington wrote:
>>> I ran a git pull from Gary's 'mock only' packaging site around 3
>>> hours ago and tried an F29 build. Building the plugins failed.
>>> It says it couldn't find rpms for mythtv-devel and python-MythTV.
>>> mythtv-devel and python2-MythTV are shown as verified and installed,
>>> and are in the directory in tmp.
>>> The problem is not with those files, but the search for dependencies
>>> after the src.rpm has been written. It appears to be using only the
>>> external repos.
>>> I tried again after removing all the '.rpm' suffixes in line 169 of
>>> the BUILD_MYTHTV_RPMS script, but got much the same. I see 'debug:
>>> Unknown DWARF DW_OP_0' and 'DWARF version 3 in .debug aranges
>>> unhandled' in the mythtv build log.
>>> F29 too old?
>>> Removing the -[!debuginfo] bits didn't help either. Same
>>> complaints, but now "Nothing provides mythtv-debuginfo(x86_64)" has
>>> apparently prevented the installs before the plugin build.
>>> Original version:
>>> mock --root=$MOCKCFG --cache-alterations --install
>> This is very strange: it seems to be a dnf thing and nothing to do
>> with MythTV. 'dnf install XXX*.rpm YYY*.rpm' works with local files,
>> but 'dnf list XXX*.rpm' or 'dnf search XXX*.rpm' search the external
>> repos and find nothing.
>> ls -l mythtv-mythffmpeg-libs-[!debuginfo]*.rpm works fine.
> It still doesn't work for me, after several tests including trying the
> tmpfs plugin, which is suggested for use with --cache-alterations. But
> after combining the mock command above with the one that follows it, and
> saving the mythtv-plugins.src.rpm before it gets wiped, I might be
> making a little progress.
> I don't know if this is expected, but the Provides: for mythtv-devel and
> python2-MythTV are both *100.fc29, while the 'nothing provides'
> complaints say it's looking for *100
I was surprised to find no obvious mention of mythtv-devel in the
specfile; but it gets built...
The mythtv rpms installed with --allowerasing to remove the old build of
the plugins. The system is now running. rpmbuild --rebuild of the
plugins .src.rpm is missing a few exotic dependencies, and I'm inclined
to leave it that way for the timebeing :-)
>>> John P
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