[OE-core] opkg still breaks meta-toolchain-gmae
dexuan.cui at intel.com
Wed Dec 21 09:51:13 UTC 2011
Richard Purdie wrote on 2011-12-21:
> On Wed, 2011-12-21 at 16:51 +0800, Cui, Dexuan wrote:
>> Cui, Dexuan wrote on 2011-12-21:
>>> Hi all,
>>> After I upgraded to the latest poky master (commit 4648aadf),
>>> core-image-sato-sdk can build file, but meta-toolchain-gmae (with
>>> packaging) still doesn't work. Now the failure is:
>>> | error: Failed dependencies:
>>> | libsdl-nativesdk is needed by qemu-nativesdk-0.15.1-r1.x86_64
>>> NOTE: package meta-toolchain-gmae-1.0-r6: task do_populate_sdk:
>> Sorry, I need to correct this above: It's actually rpm packaging(rpm
>> did work fine with the slightly older commit 45987c5135) rather than
>> If I use ipk packaging, I get the similar mkdir failure: mkdir: cannot
>> create directory `/var/lib/opkg': Permission denied and, I finally got
>> a libsdl failure, too: | Collected errors: | *
>> satisfy_dependencies_for: Cannot satisfy the following | dependencies
>> for task-sdk-host-nativesdk: | * libsdl-nativesdk * So I suppose
>> the libsdl patch(" fix packaging") is suspicious.
>> BTW, I use "MACHINE=qemux86".
> I have a suspicion this is a missing PR bump on qemu after the libsdl change.
> Does rebuilding qemu-nativesdk help?
Yeah, it does help (for rpm packaging)! Please make a patch to bump the PR. :-)
BTW, with ipk, I still got the below issue:
mkdir: cannot create directory `/var/lib/opkg': Permission denied
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