/lib/ld-linux-x86-64.so.2: bad ELF interpreter: No such file or directory

Patrick Dupre Patrick.Dupre at univ-littoral.fr
Fri Mar 8 22:09:02 UTC 2013

Hello Reindl,

I tried your suggetsion on 3 packages:

For all of them the compilation fails when doing rpmbuild --ba
exactly the same way as I previously did, ie "manually"!!!

This is only an option when the packages have been properly built and
in that case you do not have to worry, the packages are available  
through you!!!


> Am 08.03.2013 19:32, schrieb Patrick Dupre:
>> Anyway, I was able to find a package qtiplot compiled for fedora 18.
>> I would have even try to rebuild from the sources if I could fine
>> compilable sources!
>> If there was a straight way of doing the job, I would have do it!
> man rpmbuild
> http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/How_to_create_an_RPM_package
> this is really no rocket science
> i use a lot of things whiche are not available
> in a RPM form BUT my rule is
> * NEVER install any binary outside of RPM
> * NEVER build any software as root
> * NEVER call "make install" to screw my systems
> * ALWAYS use rpmbuild/SPEC-Files with a dedicated user
> * ALWAYS generate src.rpm packages and archive them for later
> there is no single reason to act any other way
> if something can not be packaged clean ina RPM
> it can not be installed in a clean way at all
> and this way i am able to work with a fedora setup over
> many years with dist-upgrades and you can be pretty sure
> any of my machin e sinstalled with F) years ago are as
> clean as a fresh install because it saves me a lot of
> troubles make dist-upgrades and do the cleanups and
> perfection of the config/envirnonment while the machines
> are in production instead start twice a year from scratch

  Patrick DUPRÉ                          | |  email: pdupre at kegtux.org
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