install custom rpm package: failed dependencies

arnaud gaboury arnaud.gaboury at
Thu Oct 8 19:06:24 UTC 2015

On Thu, Oct 8, 2015 at 8:52 PM, Reindl Harald <h.reindl at> wrote:
> Am 08.10.2015 um 20:44 schrieb arnaud gaboury:
>> I must have done some errors in my spec file and I am looking for any
>> hint why my rpm claims these shared libraries when they are installed
> installed how?

Downloading from Intel website the parallel studio 2016. There is a
folder with all rpm packages and a script to install them. I
understand this package is NOT part of Fedora, but neither part of RPM
fusion. So I must not installed it?
Now regarding my own spec file, I am trying to write it correctly to
help any other Fedora user to install what I want to install.
Unfortunately, again, there is NO Fedora package.
So please tell me if I am wromg when trying to write a clean spec file
with the idea to share with Fedora users? Shall I keep everything for
me when it can maybe help others?

> if the are not present in any RPM, well, they are not installed even if they
> are present, it#s easy: rpm/yum/dnf just cares about rpm packages and their
> "Provides"
I do not understand this statement. They are installed in my machine
and listed with dnf

 % dnf list | grep intel
214:intel-ccomp-doc.noarch                   2016.0-047
215:intel-comp-all-doc.noarch                16.0.0-109
216:intel-comp-l-all-common-109.noarch       16.0.0-109
217:intel-comp-l-all-devel-109.x86_64        16.0.0-109
218:intel-comp-l-all-vars-109.noarch         16.0.0-109
219:intel-comp-l-ps-common-109.noarch        16.0.0-109
220:intel-comp-l-ps-devel-109.x86_64         16.0.0-109
224:intel-daal-common-109.noarch             2016.0-109
..................... etc.....................

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