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Re: pkgin fails to build with pkgsrc current
So I removed un needed lines but the same result ensued. I tried a
mk.conf void of any variables, same result. I also cleaned out
packages/All and the pbulk directory in case any leftover was causing an
issue. Same result.
On 1/10/20 9:08 AM, Greg Troxel wrote:
Ron Georgia <netverbs%gmail.com@localhost> writes:
Yes it is.
$ grep MANINSTALL /etc/mk.conf
MANINSTALL?= maninstall catinstall
Definitely remove or comment out just about everything and then add
things back. Only add things back if you understand what they do and
why you want them :-)
You may be finding a bug, but it may also be that you are setting
variables that are not documented to be user-settable, in which case
your mk.conf is wrong.
90% of my problems are due to ignorance, the other 10% is because I just don't know any better.
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