ERROR: ERROR: More than one new package in directory /home/kokhoe/workspace/aoo-trunk/main/instsetoo_native/unxlngx6.pro/Apache_OpenOffice/deb/install/en-US_inprogress/DEBS ( /home/kokhoe/workspace/aoo-trunk/main/instsetoo_native/unxlngx6.pro/Apache_OpenOffice/deb/install/en-US_inprogress/DEBS/openoffice-core06-4.1.0-1-linux-3.8-x86_64.deb /home/kokhoe/workspace/aoo-trunk/main/instsetoo_native/unxlngx6.pro/Apache_OpenOffice/deb/install/en-US_inprogress/DEBS/openoffice-core06-4.1.0-1-linux-3.8-x86_64) in function: determine_new_packagename (packagepool)My initial though is by removing the whole unxlngx6.pro directory will resolve the problem, but eventually it is not. There is also a defect has been raise but the work around is not working for me. Fortunately I met a peer who gave me a great help on this issue. This problem is due to the version of the EPM (stands for ESP Package Manager) installed in the system isn't compatible with AOO build. AOO require EPM version 3.7, other than this version the build will not pass. I am require to download the EPM version 3.7 source specifically, and build on my own.
A quick check on the version installed on my system, I see this:
ESP Package Manager v4.2 Copyright 1999-2007 by Easy Software Products. EPM is free software and comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY; for details see the GNU General Public License in the file COPYING or at "http://www.fsf.org/gpl.html". Report all problems to "email@example.com".To verify whether AOO build is using the EPM install in the system:
grep -i epm config.log
$ ./configure --with-epm-url=http://epm.sourcearchive.com/downloads/3.7-1/epm_3.7.orig.tar.gz configure:11566: checking whether to enable EPM for packing configure:11577: checking for epm configure:11595: found /usr/bin/epm configure:11608: result: /usr/bin/epm configure:11633: checking whether the found epm is the right epm configure:11641: checking epm version ac_cv_path_EPM=/usr/bin/epm BUILD_EPM='NO' EPM='/usr/bin/epm' EPM_URL=''This shows that AOO build is using the EPM installed in /usr/bin directory. Since I don't want to uninstall this component from my system, I have to configure the AOO build to bypass that version and route to my specific build. To do this, issue this command:
Note, the EPM binary must be build before this command is execute, don't expect the ./configure command will make the build from the source. I have also try --with-epm-url, this option will do the downloading and extraction work automatically but it doesn't work.