[packaging] [Bug 2818] New: libboost-system-mt

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Sat Feb 1 17:48:57 CET 2014


https://issues.kolab.org/show_bug.cgi?id=2818

            Bug ID: 2818
           Summary: libboost-system-mt
    Classification: Kolab Server
           Product: Kolab Server
           Version: N/A
          Hardware: PC
                OS: Linux
            Status: NEW
          Severity: normal
          Priority: P3
         Component: packaging - rpm - fedora
          Assignee: vanmeeuwen at kolabsys.com
          Reporter: unified1816 at hypyrdon.com
        QA Contact: packaging-bugs at lists.kolabsys.com
       Ticket Type: ---

Created attachment 625
  --> https://issues.kolab.org/attachment.cgi?id=625&action=edit
yum_install-output

summary: libboost-system-mt is not a valid package in fedora repo or fusion
repo

platform/os:fedora 20  (freshly updated. added rpmfusion repos)

following instructions on http://docs.kolab.org/installation-guide/fedora.html

Issue:
   the last command _always_ fails.  (`yum install kolab`)  (see attached for
output).   it says that the library named "libboost-system-mt...." cannot be
found.  Research suggest that the library kolab needs is named
"libboost-system" and "libboost-thread". the spec file for libkolabxml appears
to dynamically detect the libs on the build system (i suspect they are named
"libboost_thread-mt.so" instead of "libboost_thread.so")   then later the spec
file lists a package dependancy for "boost-devel", which is correct.  I'm
guessing that someone installed boost via tarball/from source on you-all's
build machine.
I do not have access to a build box right now to test this theory (but i used
to do this kinda of stuff for a living).

hypyrdon

I'll check forums/bugtracker a bit later today, and for sure monday.

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