CygWin - RPMS --- problems
Rosimildo da Silva
rdasilva at connecttel.com
Fri May 26 04:51:34 UTC 2000
Ralf Corsepius wrote:
> Rosimildo da Silva wrote:
> > Ok,
> > binutils seems to install fine, it reported the output
> > below, but the files installed properly in:
> > /opt/rtems/*
> > bash-2.03$ rpm -i i386-rtems-binutils-2_9_5_0_24-1_i386.rpm
> > failed to stat /dev/st0: No such file or directory
> No idea what this is - /dev/st0 normally is a SCSI tape device - and
> why it should be accessed by rpm.
> > group None does not exist - using root
> I would guess at 2 possibilities:
> * The person who built the Cygwin rpms used group None - I have no
> idea why.
> * rpm tries to use an rpm group called None (I don't know why this
> should happen, because we use the rpm group "rtems" when building
> the rpms)
I guess it does not cause any harm under CygWin.
> > gcc DOES NOT install. Error message:
> > bash-2.03$ rpm -i rtems-base-gcc-gcc2_95_2newlib1_8_2-6_i386.rpm
> > error: failed dependencies:
> > /bin/sh is needed by rtems-base-gcc-gcc2.95.2newlib1.8.2-6
> > bash-2.03$
> > The shell is there, it must be looking for something else.
> AKAIS, rpm looks for an rpm-package providing /bin/sh.
> I guess you didn't use rpms for installing Cygwin, therefore there
> is no rpm-package installed which provides /bin/sh
> Try rpm -i --nodeps rtems-....rpm
This did the trick. I am configuring the system right now.....
more info later....
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