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[opensuse-buildservice] --ignorearch
  • From: Peter Czanik <pczanik@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 25 Aug 2009 11:11:39 +0200
  • Message-id: <4A93AACB.4080009@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Hello,
Yesterday I tried to install a few packages on ARM and it failed with:
"package mingetty-1.0.7s-94.5.arm7l is intended for a armv7l
architecture" Of course the machine is armv7l arthitecture and the
package works fine when installed with rpm's --ignorearch option. Where
rpm looks for architecture information? dl9pf wrote last evening, that:

(17.59.58) |dl9pf|: what's the output of uname -a and cat /proc/cpuinfo
on the board ?
(18.00.19) |dl9pf|: rpm checks some of these and complains -
buildservice uses rpm --ignorearch

I'd try to fix it for my board in the kernel sources, if I knew what to
change. Here is the current output:

(21.23.15) CzP: czanik@bigone111:~> cat uname.txt
(21.23.15) CzP: Linux bigone111 2.6.26-394-gf56b72e #1 PREEMPT Wed Jun
24 17:19:45 CEST 2009 armv7l armv7l armv7l GNU/Linux
(21.23.48) CzP: czanik@bigone111:~> cat cpuinfo.txt
(21.23.48) CzP: Processor : ARMv7 Processor rev 1 (v7l)
(21.23.48) CzP: BogoMIPS : 799.53
(21.23.48) CzP: Features : swp half thumb fastmult vfp edsp
(21.23.48) CzP: CPU implementer : 0x41
(21.23.48) CzP: CPU architecture: 7
(21.23.48) CzP: CPU variant : 0x2
(21.23.48) CzP: CPU part : 0xc08
(21.23.48) CzP: CPU revision : 1
(21.24.06) CzP: Cache type : write-back
(21.24.06) CzP: Cache clean : read-block
(21.24.06) CzP: Cache lockdown : not supported
(21.24.06) CzP: Cache format : Unified
(21.24.06) CzP: Cache size : 768
(21.24.06) CzP: Cache assoc : 1
(21.24.06) CzP: Cache line length : 8
(21.24.06) CzP: Cache sets : 64
(21.24.06) CzP: Hardware : Freescale MX51 Babbage Board
(21.24.06) CzP: Revision : 51020
(21.24.06) CzP: Serial : 0000000000000000

Bye,
CzP
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