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#26 2023-04-09 08:29:24

rtw0
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Re: [SOLVED] ld complains about undefined reference to `gpgme_*'

Now I have zypper installed in the right $PATH !
I'll move on now to installing openSUSE in a container - the real object of all my previous posts.
Thanks loqs! Without you I would never have made it.
Thanks seth too for your analysis and views on the build process.

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#27 2023-04-09 08:35:13

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Re: [SOLVED] ld complains about undefined reference to `gpgme_*'

Remember to mark this and your previous thread as solved by editing the first post in the thread and prepending [SOLVED] to the title.
Also flag libzypp out of date on AUR,  notify the package maintainer of the issue and notify upstream of the issue.

Last edited by loqs (2023-04-09 08:44:00)

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#28 2023-04-09 08:51:54

rtw0
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Re: [SOLVED] ld complains about undefined reference to `gpgme_*'

openSUSE container created!
I wish other people would use our posts and your comments in order to achieve building libzypp as a requisite to building zypper for creating tumbleweed containers.
I'll do a post about that.

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#29 2023-04-09 09:01:43

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Re: [SOLVED] ld complains about undefined reference to `gpgme_*'

Remember to mark this and your previous thread as solved by editing the first post in the thread and prepending [SOLVED] to the title.
Also flag libzypp out of date on AUR,  notify the package maintainer of the issue and notify upstream of the issue.

I've created a thread on AUR Issues (with a typo in the title - that's typical ME!) but I have no idea how to

flag libzypp out of date on AUR,  notify the package maintainer of the issue and notify upstream of the issue

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#30 2023-04-09 09:14:50

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Re: [SOLVED] ld complains about undefined reference to `gpgme_*'

loqs wrote:

Just to note,  this entire thread could have been avoided if you had chosen to use the patch I provided.

My shame! But I've learnt a lot in the process, anyway.
Thanks loqs! For your patience and understanding and will to help.
Routine for you but an epic and watershed moment for me as a would-be arch linux contributor.

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