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    Hello
    I'm new to OBS. I have a few RPM's [drivers for printers, scanner (sources are present too)].
    I want to put packages or build via openSUSE Build Service.
    Can anyone help me?
    I tried to make RPM package, but no success...
    Can I create my own repo?
    Thanks in advance

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    Quote Originally Posted by arrreecccek2710 View Post
    Hello
    I'm new to OBS. I have a few RPM's [drivers for printers, scanner (sources are present too)].
    I want to put packages or build via openSUSE Build Service.
    Can anyone help me?
    I tried to make RPM package, but no success...
    Can I create my own repo?
    Thanks in advance
    Hi
    If you create an account on OBS, it will create a repository for you to upload the source, spec file etc to build a rpm for any of the current releases...

    https://build.opensuse.org/

    https://en.opensuse.org/Portal:Build_Service

    Sure they are not already built by someone, what are the package names, links to the sources etc?
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    Default Re: My own additional packages

    Yes, It's Canon resource

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    Quote Originally Posted by arrreecccek2710 View Post
    Yes, It's Canon resource
    Hi
    And it's a source rpm than you can compile, as in not containing binary blobs already built....
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    Quote Originally Posted by malcolmlewis View Post
    Hi
    And it's a source rpm than you can compile, as in not containing binary blobs already built....
    Hello,
    Thank you for your reply. I think there was a misunderstanding.
    I've uploaded *.spec file and *.tar.gz source.
    When I try to build rpm package, build result/status (log) show me information:
    Code:
    [   37s] error: Bad source: /home/abuild/rpmbuild/SOURCES/cnijfilter-source-4.00-22.1.tar.gz: No such file or directory
    [   37s] 
    [   37s] build82 failed "build cnijfilter-common.spec" at Thu Mar 28 13:32:29 UTC 2019.
    What I do wrong?

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    Quote Originally Posted by arrreecccek2710 View Post
    Hello,
    Thank you for your reply. I think there was a misunderstanding.
    I've uploaded *.spec file and *.tar.gz source.
    When I try to build rpm package, build result/status (log) show me information:
    Code:
    [   37s] error: Bad source: /home/abuild/rpmbuild/SOURCES/cnijfilter-source-4.00-22.1.tar.gz: No such file or directory
    [   37s] 
    [   37s] build82 failed "build cnijfilter-common.spec" at Thu Mar 28 13:32:29 UTC 2019.
    What I do wrong?
    Hi
    Can you provide the link to your package on OBS.
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    Quote Originally Posted by malcolmlewis View Post
    Hi
    Can you provide the link to your package on OBS.
    I tried upload package via link - I have the same error...
    Package link is here, *.spec file is included in archive (official Canon driver):
    Code:
    http://gdlp01.c-wss.com/gds/5/0100005515/01/cnijfilter-source-4.00-1.tar.gz

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    Quote Originally Posted by arrreecccek2710 View Post
    I tried upload package via link - I have the same error...
    Package link is here, *.spec file is included in archive (official Canon driver):
    Code:
    http://gdlp01.c-wss.com/gds/5/0100005515/01/cnijfilter-source-4.00-1.tar.gz
    Hi
    I found your package on OBS...

    https://build.opensuse.org/package/s...0series-4.00-1

    Your naming is all very confusing... the package is called cnijfilter-mg3500series-4.00-1, the spec file is called cnijfilter-common, this will cause conflicts

    Change this;

    Code:
    Release: %{RELEASE}
    
    to
    
    Release: 0
    Let the build system use this to increment and always remains at 0 in your spec file... hopefully now it will expand your source tarball.
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    I give me up...
    I tried change folders/archive/project names, but unsuccessfull...
    I'm new to OBS, maybe I make lot of ground mistakes....
    I will try tomorrow.
    @Malcom, do you speak German language? IMO, for me it's easier to use German language, I'm from Poland

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    Quote Originally Posted by arrreecccek2710 View Post
    I give me up...
    I tried change folders/archive/project names, but unsuccessfull...
    I'm new to OBS, maybe I make lot of ground mistakes....
    I will try tomorrow.
    @Malcom, do you speak German language? IMO, for me it's easier to use German language, I'm from Poland
    Hi
    I think you have made some errors, I might have a chance to look at it tomorrow. Unfortunately only English... But there are others that should be able to help in the German forums here, suggest you post there with your issues and see if can get some help
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