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ericgearhart
06-Apr-2013, 16:59
I have no idea if this is being posted in the right place, please go ahead and move the threat if it's not.

I branched the "network:utilities" Wireshark package from OpenSUSE so that I could build Wireshark's current devel version, 1.9.2. After some spec file and patch hacking I was able to get wireshark-1.9.2 to build for a handful of current OpenSUSE versions (12.2, 12.3, Tumbleweed, Factory).

Given that success, on a whim I tried adding the SLE 10 and SLE 11 repositories to my package, but I was immediately presented with "nothing provides" errors for various devel packages (gtk3-devel and a handful of others - gtk3-devel is the biggest showstopper).

Is there an 'SLE 11 SDK' build service repository that I can add to the base 'SLE 11' repo on the build service that provides -devel packages? I mostly did this on a whim just to try and help out the "official" SLE distros... I don't have a pressing need for packages for SLE, but I was just trying to be nice :cool:

malcolmlewis
07-Apr-2013, 00:17
On Sat 06 Apr 2013 04:04:03 PM CDT, ericgearhart wrote:


I have no idea if this is being posted in the right place, please go
ahead and move the threat if it's not.

I branched the "network:utilities" Wireshark package from OpenSUSE so
that I could build Wireshark's current devel version, 1.9.2. After some
spec file and patch hacking I was able to get wireshark-1.9.2 to build
for a handful of current OpenSUSE versions (12.2, 12.3, Tumbleweed,
Factory).

Given that success, on a whim I tried adding the SLE 10 and SLE 11
repositories to my package, but I was immediately presented with
"nothing provides" errors for various devel packages (gtk3-devel and a
handful of others - gtk3-devel is the biggest showstopper).

Is there an 'SLE 11 SDK' build service repository that I can add to the
base 'SLE 11' repo on the build service that provides -devel packages? I
mostly did this on a whim just to try and help out the "official" SLE
distros... I don't have a pressing need for packages for SLE, but I was
just trying to be nice :cool:




Hi
Here would have been fine, I've replied in the openSUSE OBS sub forum.

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