On 05/04/2011 03:35 PM, Sunil_Gupta2(a)Dell.com wrote:
>> Such kind of errors usually indicate that a package doesn't honor
CFLAGS/LDFLAGS correctly, e.g. overrides them with something incompatible.
It should then fail in RHEL5 as well
It would be news to me aware RHEL uses
>> Another situation I've seen this error occur, is a
package containing prebuilt binaries.
I am not sure but I think there is no prebuilt binary...My guess is if there is a change
in gcc or find-debuginfo.sh which is causing the problem.
In this case, I am
inclined to believe something is overriding *FLAGS or
not passing them correctly (e.g. when directly calling a ld instead of
indirectly invoking it through GCC)