Make Redhat

From: Germano Percossi <>
Date: Fri, 20 May 2005 13:23:48 +0200

Hi everybody,

Maybe this is a question for Christian Holm (that I thank again for our private discussion, I found an intermediate solution for the problem I exposed you).

When running 'make redhat' a very good spec file is produced smoothly. Trying to compile from src.rpm I was warned that krb5-devel package is missing
so I installed the required development library.

Fortunately that was only I try and, anyway, I didn't compile ROOT. Afetr a while I did "make redhat' again but this time the spec file is different. In attachment the diff file.

I think that scripts that generates the spec file depends on the presence of krb5
libraries (among other things), and only if the krb5 libraries are available the
root-pluging-krb5 is included in the spec file.

Is this the expected behaviour?
Is it normal that I am warned about missing libraries when the spec file is
not able to build the correspondent plugin?

Regards, Germano


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Germano Percossi
University of Rome "Tor Vergata" and INFN Roma2 Via della Ricerca Scientifica 1
I-00133 Rome Italy
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