[Kolab-devel] openpkg-2.2.1-2.2.1.src.sh missing?

Bernhard Herzog bh at intevation.de
Tue Dec 21 15:01:50 CET 2004

Martin Brodbeck <Martin.Brodbeck at informatik.uni-stuttgart.de> writes:

> MISSSRC: openpkg-2.2.1-2.2.1.src.sh
> MISSPKG: openpkg-2.2.1-2.2.1.ix86-fedora2-kolab.sh
> MISSING: none
> SURPLUS: none
> SUMMARY: NODE=test; CMD=kolab; DATE=2004-12-17/13:27:04; HASX11=yes; DONE
> The file openpkg-2.2.1-2.2.1.src.sh actually is present. So what is going 
> wrong here?

You should be able get the MISSSRC and MISSPKG to "none" by moving
openpkg-2.2.1-2.2.1.src.sh and openpkg-2.2.1-2.2.1.ix86-fedora2-kolab.sh
to /kolab/RPM/PKG

I don't know what the MISSPKG or MISSSRC actually mean, but in my
experience actual missing packages are always in MISSING and as long as
that's "none" having packages in MISSPKG or MISSSRC is harmless.  I
think this is ultimately a bug in obmtool when you install from a
directory other than /kolab/RPM/PKG as it seems to search only there in
some cases.


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