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Software from the distribution is mechanically linked consistently, and expects to find libavcodec.so.54, so the unversioned name isn't required for any of the pre-built packages. If you're building software yourself, however, it's common to use -lavcodec or similar, which will find libavcodec.so unversioned. Similarly, build scripts may expect these names ...


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The data is there (at least up to 999 entries totalling at least 6885 bytes of numbered blahs): > cat segfault.c int main(int argc, char *argv[]) { char *s = "hello world"; *s = 'H'; } > cc -g -o segfault segfault.c > limit coredumpsize 9999999 > ./segfault `perl -le 'print "blah$_" for 1..999'` Segmentation fault (core dumped) > ...


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Maybe you are not looking for the correct permission set. Have you tried to temporarily disabled SELinux, if you can? In the server you are trying to access console: # setenforce 0 And try to access again. If it works, is a SELinux related problem. Then if you want to solve the problem get the correct permissions. First take a look at the ACL of ...


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rpm-4.8.0 has added a global file lock in /var/lib/rpm/.rpm.lock that prevents an rpm install from recursing by invoking rpm in %post. See why can't I install packages with rpm? I get "transaction lock" Meanwhile there is very little need to have/use a global interprocess lock: rpm (and processes that depend on rpmlib like yum) hardly ...


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Always try to see if there's already a similar discussion before posting the question. With rsync, all exclude (or include) paths beginning with / are are anchored to the root of transfer. The root of transfer in this case is /share. Use relative path, instead of absolute path and it should work. For further reference, rsync exclude directory not working


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Thanks for the detailed explanation maxschlepzig, but your proposed fix isn't correct. It would result in comdir being set to /usr/share/bash-completion when bash-completion is installed. Files from there aren't loaded, they have to be in /usr/share/bash-completion/completions. That would break being able to consistently use %{compdir} as an install ...


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You are trying to authenticate to user smpadmin and you show us the permissions of ~user/.ssh (at least according to owner/group). The directory ~/.ssh should be owned by the owner of the home directory, as all the other files inside. You copied it from different user and didn't change owner or you are connecting to wrong user.


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The exact meaning of "defaults" varies from filesystem to filesystem and from kernel version to kernel version. You can't depend on "defaults" not including "acl", but you also can't depend on it being included. If you want to be sure, you'll have to specify it explicitly.


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Mockchain (from mock package) can do what you want. It accept list of SRPM as parameter, It has very naive algorithm which tries to rebuild them, those which fails are tried in second iteration. Those iteration continues as long as at least package is built successfully in the loop. So it can consume lots of CPU cycles, but it does not require too much ...



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