Michael P. Soulier | 1 Sep 01:57 2005

broken dependencies

Hey people,

This is my apt-rpm config.

rpm     [JPackage] http://mirrors.dotsrc.org/jpackage/ 1.5/generic free 
non-free
rpm-src [JPackage] http://mirrors.dotsrc.org/jpackage/ 1.5/generic free 
non-free

I must be missing something, because if I try to install tomcat I get this.

The following packages have unmet dependencies:
   tomcat5: Depends: jaas
            Depends: jaf (>= 0:1.0.1) but it is not installable
            Depends: javamail (>= 0:1.3) but it is not installable
            Depends: jndi-ldap
            Depends: jta (>= 0:1.0.1-0.a.1) but it is not installable
E: Broken packages

Any suggestions?

Thanks,
Mike

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Michael P. Soulier | 1 Sep 02:01 2005

jpackage's ant

When I use the ant package from jpackage, I get these errors for some 
reason.

[msoulier <at> tigger ~]$ JAVA_HOME=/usr/java/jdk1.5.0_04/ ant
/usr/bin/build-classpath: error: could not find xml-commons-apis Java 
extension for this JVM
/usr/bin/build-classpath: error: All specified jars were not found

What is it looking for that is not being provided?

Thanks,
Mike

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Jason Corley | 1 Sep 02:45 2005
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Re: broken dependencies

Yes read the FAQ.  The sections about non-free and virtual packages
answer both of your emails.
Thanks,
Jason

On 8/31/05, Michael P. Soulier <michael_soulier@...> wrote:
> Hey people,
> 
> This is my apt-rpm config.
> 
> rpm     [JPackage] http://mirrors.dotsrc.org/jpackage/ 1.5/generic free
> non-free
> rpm-src [JPackage] http://mirrors.dotsrc.org/jpackage/ 1.5/generic free
> non-free
> 
> I must be missing something, because if I try to install tomcat I get this.
> 
> The following packages have unmet dependencies:
>    tomcat5: Depends: jaas
>             Depends: jaf (>= 0:1.0.1) but it is not installable
>             Depends: javamail (>= 0:1.3) but it is not installable
>             Depends: jndi-ldap
>             Depends: jta (>= 0:1.0.1-0.a.1) but it is not installable
> E: Broken packages
> 
> Any suggestions?
> 
> Thanks,
> Mike
> 
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Ville Skyttä | 1 Sep 08:50 2005

Re: broken dependencies

On Wed, 2005-08-31 at 20:45 -0400, Jason Corley wrote:
> Yes read the FAQ.  The sections about non-free and virtual packages
> answer both of your emails.
[...]
> > rpm     [JPackage] http://mirrors.dotsrc.org/jpackage/ 1.5/generic free
> > non-free

Also, you may want to upgrade to JPackage 1.6.
R.Apel | 1 Sep 10:18 2005

AW: dependencies in tomcat5

tomcat55 "should" run with JRE only
haven't tested this yet

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An: Discussion about JPackage project
Betreff: Re: [JPackage-discuss] dependencies in tomcat5

Ant is required for the manager application.  A JDK is required to run
any of our tomcat versions currently, and all tomcat versions prior to
5.5.x (hopefully our tomcat 5.5.x packages will be able to run with a
JRE soon-ish).  Many of the listed packages are virtual requires.  The
days of few dependencies with tomcat are long since behind us, sadly
ended with the 3.3.x tree.  Each major revision of tomcat has required
more and more external software, if that is a big issue I'd suggest
bringing it up to the tomcat devs but I doubt seriously that they care
(they certainly haven't been removing deps for quite a long time).
Thanks,
Jason

On 8/31/05, Michael P. Soulier <michael_soulier@...> wrote:
> Hello,
> 
> I'm trying to install the tomcat5 rpm, and I'm finding a ton of rpms,
> some of which don't seem valid.
> 
> [root <at> vmware-msoulier root]# rpm -Uvh tomcat5-5.0.30-8jpp.noarch.rpm
> error: failed dependencies:
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Michael P. Soulier | 1 Sep 15:25 2005

Re: broken dependencies

On 01/09/05 Ville Skytt? did say:

> [...]
> > > rpm     [JPackage] http://mirrors.dotsrc.org/jpackage/ 1.5/generic free
> > > non-free
> 
> Also, you may want to upgrade to JPackage 1.6.

I couldn't find consistent results on the mirrors for generic under 1.6.

Mike

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Ville Skyttä | 1 Sep 18:58 2005

Ant and (X)Emacs

Any objections to adding this to the JPackage ant's /etc/ant.conf?

  # Detect (X)Emacs compile mode
  if [ "$EMACS" = "t" ] ; then
    ANT_ARGS="$ANT_ARGS -emacs"
    ANT_OPTS="$ANT_OPTS -Dbuild.compiler.emacs=true"
  fi

http://ant.apache.org/faq.html#emacs-mode
Pascal Schelcher | 2 Sep 10:36 2005
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Re: Tomcat5 - Bind on port 80

Ok very good !
I am sorry, I have to saw it.
So I will use it now.

But I have a second question to ask...
Is there a method to use JSVC without rewrites of SYSV startup script of Tomcat5
?

In any way, I thank you a lot Ville !
Pascal.

Selon Ville Skyttä <scop@...>:

> On Wed, 2005-08-31 at 13:12 -0400, Jason Corley wrote:
>
> > use jsvc, which we currently do not distribute an rpm for,
>
> Yes we do, as jakarta-commons-daemon-jsvc in the distro specific repos
> (provided that someone has actually built them for $distro; I've done
> some for FCx).  It's built from the jakarta-commons-daemon SRPM with
> "rpmbuild --rebuild --with native ..."
>
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Chris Hubick | 3 Sep 02:32 2005

Updated oracle-jdbc-thin.spec

Hi.

Please find attached an updated oracle-jdbc-thin.spec file.

This has been updated to use the latest Oracle 10 JDBC thin drivers.

I substantially overhauled the previous spec file...

First off, this one installs all jar files into _javadir, rather than
under _jnidir.  These thin drivers don't contain any native code, so I
didn't understand the previous logic (?).

Also, since technically you should be able to run the older 1.2
designated jar files on newer JVM's, I removed all requirements of the
form 'java < XXX'.  This also means this spec now supports driver
installation on systems with Java 1.5 - which Oracle says is officially
supported by the '1.4' drivers now.

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Version:	10.2.0.1.0
Release:	1jpp
Epoch:		0
Summary:	Oracle Database JDBC Drivers
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Carwyn Edwards | 3 Sep 04:34 2005

Re: Tomcat5 - Bind on port 80

Jason Corley wrote:

>There are two reasonably well-known ways to do this.
>
Make that three:

http://jetty.mortbay.com/jetty/faq?s=300-HTTP&t=user80

You can dump the ruleset that the above instructions give you into 
/etc/sysconfig/iptables using iptables-save on Fedora to have them set 
at startup.

Carwyn

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