Stefano Marinelli <postnet%dragas.dyndns.org@localhost> writes: > Hello everybody. Trying to compile packages using pkg_chk inside a > pkg_comp chroot. > I generate a list of packages using the pkg_chk -g and copy it into the > chroot. > Then launch "pkg_chk -au -C namefile.conf" and it starts > building. After some minutes, it stops with something like that: > > ERROR: [depends.mk] A package matching ``gmake>=3.81'' should > ERROR: be installed, but one cannot be found. Perhaps there is a > ERROR: stale work directory for ../../devel/gmake? > *** Error code 1 > > Actually it built gmake but didn't install it. Same happens with other > packages (and other dependancies). Am I doing > anything wrong? I was following this: > http://wiki.netbsd.org/tutorials/pkgsrc/pkg_comp_pkg_chk/ You forgot to post mk.conf Probably you have PKG_DEVELOPER=yes and DEPENDS_TARGET=package. Change that to package-install. This is not really about pkg_comp or pkg_chk; it's a general issue. Probably we should have DEPENDS_TARGET=package be an error with USE_DESTDIR=yes.
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