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[opensuse-buildservice] Using buildservice distribution configs with local build utility
Hello,
AFAIK, build service is using build(1) utility as a backend. Build in
turn uses init_buildsystem script to prepare distribution image. I wish
to use this script to create various chrooted environments out of using
with build service.
In opensuse 11.3 build utility is supplied with set of configuration
files for several suse distribution and one generic config named debian.
With little changes I was able to use this config to create debian 5.0
environment.
Currently I've found that there are predefined configuration files for
large set of distributions, i.e. for ubuntu 10.04:
https://build.opensuse.org/project/prjconf?project=Ubuntu:10.04
I've saved provided config as /usr/lib/build/ubuntu-lucid.conf and
invoke following command:

# BUILD_ROOT=/home/reddot/ubuntu-lucid-i386/ BUILD_ARCH=i386
BUILD_DIST=ubuntu-lucid /usr/lib/build/init_buildsystem --clean
--repo /home/reddot/mnt/

where /home/reddot/mnt -- is the path where ubuntu distribution iso
image has been mounted.

However as a result I've got:

expanding package dependencies...
expansion error
nothing provides aaa_base
nothing provides filesystem
nothing provides fillup
nothing provides glibc
nothing provides libacl
nothing provides libattr
nothing provides libbz2-1
nothing provides libgcc45
nothing provides libxcrypt
nothing provides pam
nothing provides permissions
nothing provides zlib
nothing provides liblzma0
nothing provides libpcre0
nothing provides liblua5_1
nothing provides gcc45
nothing provides gettext-runtime
nothing provides libmpfr1
nothing provides libgmp3
nothing provides libgmpxx4
nothing provides libaudit1
nothing provides cpp45
nothing provides cracklib
nothing provides gdbm
nothing provides gettext-tools
nothing provides glibc-devel
nothing provides glibc-locale
nothing provides groff
nothing provides libbz2-devel
nothing provides libdb-4_5
nothing provides libstdc++45
nothing provides libzio
nothing provides netcfg
nothing provides linux-glibc-devel
nothing provides pam-modules
nothing provides sysvinit-tools
nothing provides texinfo
nothing provides timezone
nothing provides libgomp45
nothing provides terminfo-base
nothing provides update-alternatives
nothing provides pwdutils
nothing provides build-mkbaselibs
nothing provides brp-check-suse
nothing provides post-build-checks
nothing provides rpmlint-Factory
nothing provides build-compare

Could somebody highlight me if there any errors in my way?

Regards, Roman.

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