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Re: pbulk, PKG_OPTIONS, and /nonexistent
On Fri, 28 Aug 2009 11:13:02 +0200
Joerg Sonnenberger <joerg%britannica.bec.de@localhost> wrote:
> No. I don't know what you are doing and I can't help you fix it without
> a proper desccription. If you change your mk.conf, you have to do a full
> bulkbuild, not a restart. If you are using a bootstrap kit (!NetBSD),
> you have to update the mk.conf inside the bootstrap or set MAKECONF to
> something outside the prefix.
I'm doing a full bulkbuild every time. When I bootstrap the to-be-bulk-built
pkgsrc kit I specificy the --mk-fragment to the bootstrap process. This
generates a mk.conf with my custom options in --sysconfdir which, presumably,
is used by pkgsrc.
However when doing the bulkbuild I get these /nonexistent things for packages
that have PKG_OPTIONS set in the above mk.conf.
I.e I'm doing (much simplified):
1. bootstrap into /tmp/pbulk-pkg
2. install pbulk into /tmp/pbulk-pkg
3. bootstrap into /usr/mypkg (specifying --mk-fragment with options)
This happens on multiple os/arches (NetBSD & Darwin).
Is that a better description?
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