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Bug#972241: FTBFS on amd64 and i386 (error: guestfs_launch failed)
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Hilko Bengen
2020-10-15 23:00:01 UTC
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control: tag -1 confirmed
control: tag -1 pending
Package: src:libguestfs
Version: 1:1.42.0-9
Severity: serious
Tags: ftbfs
Dear Maintainer,
https://buildd.debian.org/status/package.php?p=libguestfs&suite=sid
The rebuild was triggered by the update of OCaml from 4.08.1 to
4.11.1, but the error looks independent (I might be wrong).
Yes, This is unrelated to the OCaml update. I had noticed the build
failure. I'm working to fix the issue properly and prepare a patch for
upstream.

Cheers,
-Hilko
Debian Bug Tracking System
2020-10-15 23:00:02 UTC
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Bug #972241 [src:libguestfs] FTBFS on amd64 and i386 (error: guestfs_launch failed)
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Bug #972241 [src:libguestfs] FTBFS on amd64 and i386 (error: guestfs_launch failed)
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Richard W.M. Jones
2020-10-16 15:10:01 UTC
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guestfsd: error while loading shared libraries: libtirpc.so.3: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

Did something change with how libtirpc gets packaged on Debian
or upstream?

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Hilko Bengen
2020-10-17 17:50:01 UTC
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guestfsd: error while loading shared libraries: libtirpc.so.3: cannot
open shared object file: No such file or directory
Did something change with how libtirpc gets packaged on Debian
or upstream?
Yes, libtirpc package got renamed because that's what Debian does when a
libaray SONAME changes.

I hope that with the patch I just sent to the libgeustfs mailing list,
this can all be ignored in the future.

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-Hilko

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2020-10-17 17:10:02 UTC
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regarding FTBFS on amd64 and i386 (error: guestfs_launch failed)
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