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Old 05-01-2012, 07:21 PM
Kamal Ahmed
Default Can rpmbuild resolve these 4 issues ?

I found these in a article on mach:
ref: http://psg.com/~brian/howto/mach.html

Given a spec file, rpmbuild won't download the source tarball and/or
patches. You have to fetch those yourself into the SOURCES directory.rpmbuild will abort if any build-time dependencies are missing, forcing
you to stop what you're doing, and go and build and install those
packages too.When your package configures itself, it may auto-detect libraries which
are available on your build system, but which are not going to be available
on the target system. For example, if openldap-devel is present then
openldap may be linked into your binaries, but if the RPM doesn't declare
openldap as a dependency, then it will fail to run on the target system.
This is an insiduous problem, which I call "the curse of autoconf".You can only build packages for the same type of system as your build
machine (e.g. CentOS 4 binaries on a CentOS 4 build system)Is there a way we can use rpmbuild to resolve these issues?Thanks,-Kamal.
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