Re: Weired problem with apt-get -b source <package-name>
steps i followed
1> apt-get source <package-name>
2> cd <package>-<version>
3> dpkg-buildpackage -rfakeroot
above steps builds deb pkg with shared library while using "apt-get -b
source <pkg>" don't.
Matthew Palmer wrote:
> On Mon, Dec 10, 2007 at 10:11:31PM -0800, iluvlinux wrote:
>> i am trying to build pkg by using command
>> apt-get -b source <package-name>
>> the package builds fine but when i check the contents using
>> dpkg --contents .deb
>> it displays contents but the shared library and its symbolic link does
>> but if i do manually what apt-get -b ** does, the package contains the
>> shared library
> Knowing (a) what <package-name> is, and (b) what exactly you did that
> matches "what apt-get -b does" would be helpful.
>> i am using scratchbox to build the packages for arm target .
>> and my OS is Ubuntu Feisty 7.04
> It might be better asking on Ubuntu-specific fora; Ubuntu does change the
> way things work from a stock Debian system, so there may well be an
> Ubuntu-specific problem at play.
> - Matt
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