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Re: /bin/bsh auto-dependency?



I guess oone of your script has shebang '#!/bin/bsh'. May be misspelled '#!/bin/bash'

Valery.


From: Dan Stromberg <drsalists@xxxxxxxxx>
To: rpm-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Sent: Monday, February 20, 2012 10:18 PM
Subject: /bin/bsh auto-dependency?


I'm putting together an rpm for RHEL, at later SLES.

My .spec looks like (with some specifics genericised for sharing):
Summary: Set up some stuff
Name: foo
Version: 0.4
Release: 1
License: Unknown
Group: System Environment/Base
Source: /pri
URL: None
Distribution: None
Vendor: Us
Packager: Me
BuildArch: noarch
Requires: bash >= 3, python >= 2.5, coreutils

#%__find_requires: /bin/true

%description
Just do some stuff.

%files
/pri/sec

%post
/pri/sec/ter

I'm quite unaware of having requested /bin/bsh as a depedency, so I suppose it's being added automatically somehow.  Oddly, I don't have a /bin/bsh on my systems.

I've tried this on RHEL 6.0 and Ubuntu 11.04, using the same specfile.  Both do the magic /bin/bsh to me.

Any suggestions?



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