Thank you for the clarification, I will drop RHEL6 then.
2012/9/19 Radoslav Dibarbora :
> On 19. 9. 2012 14:31, Adrian Schröter wrote:
>> Am Mittwoch, 19. September 2012, 09:39:27 schrieb Michael Behrisch:
>>> the RHEL 6 at build.opensuse.org seems to be a rather stripped down
>>> version. Even quite basic packages like libicu-devel seem to be
>>> although Red Hat issues updates for them
>>> they are part of the official distro.
>>> Can anyone explain that? Is there a plan to update RHEL just like
>> It is as complete as RedHat ships it. We are just not allowed to use
>> to the update packages there.
> Just to put more light on the RHEL6 issue:
> RHEL6 *-devel packages are located within "optional" channel/repository.
> Optional channel is available only via RHN and is not shipped within
> Therefore there is multiple technical and legal issues adding "Optional"
> packages into publicly available OBS instance.
> If you really needs to build against RHEL6 you have to build your own OBS
> instance and feed the needed packages from machine with official RHN
>> CentOS and ScientificLinux are said to be compatible, so you use their
>> distro to build for RHEL6
>>> Thank you and best regards,
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