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Thread: %post(aufs-kmp-default) scriptlet failed

  1. #1
    netket NNTP User

    Default %post(aufs-kmp-default) scriptlet failed


    i built the rpm aufs-kmp-default-cvs20081020_2.6.27.7_9.1-1.26.rpm from source and tried to install it using init_buildsystem in a chroot environment.

    This ended up in the following error:
    error: %post(aufs-kmp-default-cvs20081020_2.6.27.7_9.1-1.26.i586) scriptlet failed, exit status 1
    The corresponding %post scriptlet looks as follows:
    rpm -qp --scripts aufs-kmp-default-cvs20081020_2.6.27.7_9.1-1.26.i586.rpm
    >> postinstall scriptlet (using /bin/sh):
    >> version=cvs20081020_2.6.27.7_9.1
    >> nvr=aufs-kmp-default-$version-1.26
    >> wm2=/usr/lib/module-init-tools/weak-modules2
    >> if [ -x $wm2 ]; then
    >>     $wm2 --add-kmp $nvr
    >> fi
    As investigated so far (which might be wrong ...) the scriptlet fails because the rpm is not installed in the running system but within chroot environment.

    As a consequence i would like to remove the (%post) scriptlet from my built rpm. During investigation i found, which mentions the "-s" option of %suse_kernel_module_package to modify the default script behaviour. Unfortunately so far i failed in writing an appropriate sub-package-spec. Any hints (e.g. the mentioned default-template, which actually adds the post-scriptlet) are highly appreciated.


  2. #2

    Default Re: %post(aufs-kmp-default) scriptlet failed

    do you have /dev and /proc mounted in your chroot ?
    mount -t proc none /pathtochroot/proc
    mount -o bind /dev /pathtochroot/dev

  3. #3
    netket NNTP User

    Default Re: %post(aufs-kmp-default) scriptlet failed

    Yes, i think the init_buildsystem script provided by SUSE mounts those directories, but slightly different:

    mkdir -p $BUILD_ROOT/proc
    mkdir -p $BUILD_ROOT/dev/pts
    mount -n -tproc none $BUILD_ROOT/proc 2>/dev/null || true
    mount -n -tdevpts none $BUILD_ROOT/dev/pts 2>/dev/null || true
    $BUILD_ROOT equals /pathtochroot from below.


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