[Lsb-messages] Build failure for lsbdev-cc on ppc

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Mon Apr 27 00:31:56 PDT 2009


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Linux lfdev-power64 2.6.18-6-powerpc64 #1 SMP Fri Oct 17 05:02:45 UTC 2008 ppc ppc ppc GNU/Linux
Failed to make packages for lsbdev-cc
if test ! -e .need_config_update || test 4.0.0-4 != `cat .need_config_update`; \
  then echo 4.0.0-4 > .need_config_update; \
fi
sed -e "s#@LSBVERSION@#`echo 4.0.0`#" -e "s#@PACKAGE_RELEASE@#`echo 4`#" -e "s#@TRUELSBVERSION@#`echo 4.0`#" < lsb-build-cc.spec.sed > lsb-build-cc.spec
if [ -e /nethome/autobuild/tmp/lsb-build-cc-4.0.0 ]; then rm -rf /nethome/autobuild/tmp/lsb-build-cc-4.0.0; fi
bzr export --revision=-1 /nethome/autobuild/tmp/lsb-build-cc-4.0.0 http://bzr.linux-foundation.org/lsb/devel/build_env
cp -pr README Licence /nethome/autobuild/tmp/lsb-build-cc-4.0.0
grep LIB64 ../Makefile.common > /nethome/autobuild/tmp/lsb-build-cc-4.0.0/Makefile
cat Makefile.build >> /nethome/autobuild/tmp/lsb-build-cc-4.0.0/Makefile
cd /nethome/autobuild/tmp/lsb-build-cc-4.0.0/.. && \
tar -cz lsb-build-cc-4.0.0 > /nethome/autobuild/tmp/lsb_autobuild.12999/packaging/lsbdev-cc/lsb-build-cc-4.0.0.tar.gz && \
rm -rf /nethome/autobuild/tmp/lsb-build-cc-4.0.0
spawn rpmbuild --sign --rcfile /usr/lib/rpm/rpmrc:../rpmrc --define=_sourcedir /nethome/autobuild/tmp/lsb_autobuild.12999/packaging/lsbdev-cc --define=buildroot /nethome/autobuild/tmp/lsb-build-cc-4.0.0 --define=_topdir /nethome/autobuild/tmp/rpm-build --define=_target_cpu ppc -ba lsb-build-cc.spec
Enter pass phrase: 
Pass phrase is good.
error: Failed build dependencies:
	lsb-build-base is needed by lsb-build-cc-4.0.0-4.ppc
expect: spawn id exp3 not open
    while executing
"expect "exit 0""
send: spawn id exp3 not open
    while executing
"send "\n""
mv: cannot stat `/nethome/autobuild/tmp/rpm-build/RPMS/ppc/lsb-build-cc-4.0.0-4.ppc.rpm': No such file or directory
make: *** [lsb-build-cc-4.0.0-4.ppc.rpm] Error 1


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