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Re: [opensuse-buildservice] Mandriva version 2009.1 x86_64 missing bind-utils
  • From: Stephan Kleine <bitdealer@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 27 Aug 2010 02:25:18 +0200
  • Message-id: <201008270225.19322.bitdealer@xxxxxxxxx>
On Thursday August 26 2010 21:31:37 Antonio wrote:

why Mandriva 2009.1 in x86_64 is missing the package bind-utils?
Has anything changed in the base repository (it was building fine until

This happened by accident during recent server troubles and is already fixed:

osc ls -b Mandriva:2009.1 -r standard -a x86_64 | grep bind-utils


On 26 Aug 2010, at 17:20, Adrian Schröter wrote:
On Thursday 26 August 2010 12:00:51 Oliver Burger wrote:
Hi there,

on FrOSCon I was talking to some openSUse guys about the possibility to
use the obs as build system for the German Mandriva community. Now
"playing arround" a bit brought several items to my attention.

On some places in the buildservice I found the Mandriva versions 2009.1
and 2010.
Which 2010 release is this? 2010.0 or 2010.1? And why are there not

There is Mandriva:2010 and Mandriva:2010.1

The second thing I wonder is which branches of the Mandriva repos are
included? All three? main, contrib and non-free? Or just main?

Just main.

So far no one asked for more and the others may need more legal
investigation, if we are allowed to import them.

Is there a way to include additional repos like plf? (Mandriva's
equivalent of packman, I think, don't know that much about packman)

repos from outside of OBS ?

This is not allowed on our build.o.o because it is intendended as open
source hosting instance. (Also the DoD implementation is not complete)

And last but not least. After building a package Mandriva's "genhdlist2"
should be run on the repo to create the files needed by Mandriva's
package management.

okay, so we need a special repo type. Can you provide a package of this
executable, which also builds for openSUSE/SLE-11 ?

I will add the support for this then.

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