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Re: rpm errors upon running

From: Anders F Björklund <afb@rpm5.org>
Date: Sat 25 Jun 2011 - 10:18:23 CEST
Message-Id: <3868C264-3C5A-44FB-99DB-328735A9C986@rpm5.org>
Miller, Vincent (Rick) wrote:

> I had not loaded berkely-db because I thought I had read somewhere that there was a bundled berkley-db with RPM5.  I have since loaded Berkley-DB 5.1.x from FreeBSD ports and was able to get the compile to move along further.

There used to be a bundled version, but now you use the regular BerkeleyDB. You'll need to add the matching flags, like 
CPPFLAGS+="-I${LOCALBASE}/include/db51" and LDFLAGS+="-L${LOCALBASE}/lib/db51"

> It failed later when attempting to link against libgomp which is not installed on the system.  I am planning to reconfigure disabling OpenMP, unless it provides a feature we might be able to utilize.  Can you clarify the features OpenMP provides to RPM5?

You can use --disable-openmp, if you don't want OpenMP. The main issue with multi-processing is that you'll need to enable it everywhere, if you use it for something like BeeCrypt (where it increases performance)

Received on Sat Jun 25 21:20:57 2011
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