[Dev] Errors while building wrt-plugins-tizen: A domain name system hasn't been yet defined by any package. Can't verify if it is allowed

Łukasz Stelmach l.stelmach at samsung.com
Mon Oct 14 13:24:10 GMT 2013

It was <2013-10-14 pon 13:05>, when Sentarek, Michał wrote:

> I make fresh copy of wrt-plugins-tizen  with "git clone" of
> review.tizen.org:29418/platform/framework/web/wrt-plugins-tizen.
> I'm trying to build it with GBS: gbs build -A i586 --debug

Please make sure you use the latest gbs, i.e. 0.18.1.

> but I get an error:

[rearanged to make more sense]

> In the GBS log file I can also see errors:
> [  827s] running setup postinstall script
> [  827s] .init_b_cache/scripts/setup.post: line 1: syntax error near
> unexpected token `name'
> [  827s] .init_b_cache/scripts/setup.post: line 1: `for i, name in
> ipairs({"passwd", "shadow", "group", "gshadow"}) do'
> and:
> [  833s] [9/532] installing filesystem-3.1-5.14
> [  833s] error: Failed to set SMACK64 _ for /proc: Operation not supported

This looks as if your system at some point does not support file-system
extended attributes. If there was anything more than I assume this one,
as well as the previous one, were not fatal.

> [ 1132s] [508/532] installing contacts-service2-
> [ 1132s] error: A domain name system hasn't been yet defined by any
> package. Can't verify if it is allowed
> [ 1132s] error: AC domain setup failed for contacts-service2
> [ 1132s] error: contacts-service2- install failed
> [ 1132s] exit ...

This is a problem problem with package manifest containing information
about SMACK labels. You could try investigating the security plugin in
the rpm package.


> I build with the following repository set in .gbs.conf:
> url = http://download.tizen.org/releases/daily/tizen/ivi/ivi-release/latest/

This is Intel's piece. Intel?

Łukasz Stelmach
Samsung R&D Institute Poland
Samsung Electronics
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