Re: first time building an RPM, don't understand a particular automatic dependency

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No, I don't think so. However, the %files list does contain some header files. I think that may be the problem. I don't think that it should (this isn't a devel RPM) and will investigate removing them.


On Thu, Apr 25, 2013 at 6:32 PM, Tim Mooney <Tim.Mooney@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
In regard to: first time building an RPM, don't understand a particular...:

My problem is that, when I try to install my RPM on a target system using
rpm -Uvh nnn.rpm I get the following errors:

   pkgconfig(gstreamer-0.10) is needed by
   pkgconfig(gstreamer-base-0.10) is needed by

Other dependency errors I figured out and fixed, but not these. The RPM I
am building is not for developers, simply users, so I am perplexed why
pkgconfig is involved. There is a gstreamer-0.10.pc file (but not in this
RPM and not on the target systems), but I think that it is used for
building, not simply using the libraries, so it seems to me that it
shouldn't be needed.

Does the package you built include gst-feedback or gst-feedback-0.10?
One of those may be a script that calls pkgconfig to lookup non-build
settings about how gstreamer is configured on your system.

For example:

        $ pkg-config gstreamer-0.10 --variable pluginsdir

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