I've written a fairly basic C program on a linux machine. I've created an rpm for it as well. The program and all the build steps work fine (I also have a make INSTALL that works).
But, when I run the rpm that I built on the same machine I developed it with, rpm reports a 'Failed dependencies' error on glibc.
I understand the error message, it just makes no sense to me why I'm getting it.The program is statically linked and ldd shows it with no depencies. So why would rpmbuild put in the dependency or rpm think there was one there?
Thanks in advance.