[OpenAFS] Recent Fedora kmod issues
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Mon, 5 May 2014 19:06:01 +0200
On May 4, 2014, at 19:23 , Jon Stanley wrote:
> In openafs-kmodtool, it outputs an RPM header that the kmod package
> uses. However, it has two problematic lines:
> Requires(post): /sbin/depmod
> Requires(postun): /sbin/depmod
> In recent versions of Fedora, and in RHEL7+, there is no longer a
> distinction between /sbin and /usr/sbin, and the former is a symlink
> to the latter. Therefore, the RPM database has kmod as providing
> /usr/sbin/depmod, not /sbin/depmod, and therefore OpenAFS kmod will
> not install.
> A simple change to have those lines reference /usr/sbin/depmod worked.
> I think that the logic probably needs to be conditionalized such that
> on RHEL6 and below, we use /sbin/depmod, and Fedora >=3D17 and RHEL =
> we use /usr/sbin/depmod.
That's feasible, and probably the right thing to do.
But it only matters when the kmod and filesystem packages are not =
installed before the dependency calculation is performed. Which is =
probably why this went unnoticed for a few years.
Is rpm-ostree the context here too?
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