On Jan 15, 2008, at 11:00 AM, Stefan Westmeier wrote:
The root cause of your problem is this
Dirnames: /if/sys/most NEIND
package most_if-1.0-1.i686 has unsatisfied Dirnames: /if/sys/mostD
The easiest "fix" is to add --noparentdirs to disable dependencies of
files on their parent directories when installing.
One can also add the directory skeleton to a package
(distros usually do this in a "filesystem" package), or
for your chroot-in-homedir usage case, create the
list of directories in the file tree skeleton in (this
is the default path, can be changed through configuration)
I'd also suggest (if working with --root) to configure
# Open all indices before doing chroot(2).
in ~/.rpmmacros or wherever else is convenient.
73 de Jeff
Received on Tue Jan 15 17:35:36 2008