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[opensuse-factory] OBS: nothing provides /usr/bin/cdrdao needed by k3b
  • From: Linux Kamarada <linuxkamarada@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 15 Nov 2017 22:59:47 -0200
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Hi everyone!

First of all, congratulations to the OBS team, the SUSE Studio team,
the KIWI team and any other teams involved in doing Studio Express.
Keep up the good work! The only thing I'm really missing is testdrive,
but considering that now we can use all the KIWI power on OBS,
downloading the built image and testing locally on VirtualBox is just
a little price worth paying! As a matter of fact, the heavy work is
done on the cloud by SUSE servers free of charge...

I'm trying to build a LiveDVD as close as possible from a clean
openSUSE install on disk. That should be enough for it:

<packages type="image" patternType="plusRecommended">
<!-- Clean openSUSE Leap 42.3 install with KDE Desktop -->
<package name="patterns-openSUSE-base" />
<package name="patterns-openSUSE-x11" />
<package name="patterns-openSUSE-kde" />
<package name="sddm" />
<package name="branding-openSUSE"/>

(observe the plusRecommended setting)

(actually, some more packages are needed, but that is the idea, anyone
interested can follow the link to the complete file)

OBS succeeds. The image is built. I download it. Test it on
VirtualBox. Then I realize it does not have K3b. I install K3b using
zypper. Works like a charm.

On purpose, I add the k3b package to the package list in

<package name="k3b" />

Then OBS starts building the image again, but fails. The build log shows:

[ 143s] Resolving package dependencies...
[ 143s]
[ 143s] Problem: nothing provides /usr/bin/cdrdao needed by
[ 143s] Solution 1: do not install k3b-17.04.2-4.1.x86_64
[ 143s] Solution 2: break k3b-17.04.2-4.1.x86_64 by ignoring some of
its dependencies
[ 143s]
[ 143s] Choose from above solutions by number or cancel [1/2/c] (c): c

I do not understand, because the OSS repo has both k3b and cdrdao.

Any ideas on what is going wrong?

Thank you very much!

The Linux Kamarada Project
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