Subject: Re: how to pkg_add teTeX monster?
To: NetBSD Bob <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: David Brownlee <email@example.com>
Date: 06/21/2000 08:19:18
I think you probably meant to send this to tech-pkg...
sh/csh should not make any difference. Can you identify which
directory is taking up all the space
(try a 'du -sk /tmp/* /var/tmp/*' in another window while it is
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On Tue, 20 Jun 2000, NetBSD Bob wrote:
> I was trying to pkg_add the teTeX suite, and it complains bitterly
> of not having enough temp space. I set the environment variable
> PKG_TMPDIR to point to a free 1 gig drive. It shows up correctly
> in the environment. Yet, pkg_add complains of insufficient tmp space.
> I also tried specifying it in the -t template option, and that did
> not work either.
> System is pmax 1.4.2.
> Anyone have any ideas of what is not finding what?
> Does it need sh rather than csh?
> I could run it up from source, but that would have to be an overnight run.
> I was trying to be lazy and use precompiles, instead....(:+\\...