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Re: make rpm-package fails if uic isn't installed.
From: Jeff Morriss <jeff.morriss.ws () gmail com>
Date: Thu, 27 Jun 2013 09:04:34 -0400
On 06/26/13 13:58, Christopher Maynard wrote:
Christopher Maynard <Christopher.Maynard () > writes:
Jeff Morriss <jeff.morriss.ws <at> ...> writes:
Yes, unfortunately that's expected.
OK, "yum update qt-devel" it is then.
Of course, that should have read, "yum install qt-devel".
I have another rpm-package problem. I am building an rpm without Wireshark
(i.e., --enable-wireshark=no), as this is to be installed on headless
servers w/out any of the GUI-related packages required for Wireshark.
Basically, it's for the command-line tools only. Because of this, I get the
following RPM build errors:
File not found:
File not found by glob:
make: *** [rpm-package] Error 1
Does your compile server have GTK, etc.?
The RPM stuff is currently set up to assume that it does and then
generate 2 packages: one without the GUI ("wireshark") and one with the
GUI ("wireshark-gnome", I hope to soon add "wireshark-qt" as another
package). If you can compile with GTK then you could simply install the
If not, you'd probably have to comment out the entire "gnome" package
(all the sections matching "^%.* gnome").
I'm not sure if it would be worth making it an option to not generate
the GUI packages at all--let me know what you think.
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