Subject: Re: afterstep fails, and others too
To: Frederick Bruckman <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: jeff <email@example.com>
Date: 11/25/2000 00:29:54
> It doesn't sound like a problem with pkgsrc, as such. The worst that
> can happen is "make" would loop and eat up a lot of cpu time. When you
> say "froze solid", do you mean that you can't even kill the X server
> with Ctl-Alt-Bksp? (But I'm not sure that would even work on macppc.)
Yep. Froze solid...Ctrl-Alt-Bksp does work, usually. On macppc, that
is. But it didn't work during my afterstep install.
BTW right now I'm installing mozilla (thanks for porting this to macppc
netbsd :) and it has been 'make'ing for about an hour. Probably thirty
dependencies had to ber installed, and it's working very well. It just
seems like a lot of the graphics and x stuff won't make. Like sane...it
gets to 'validating dependencies' and then spews out "error 1" ad
I hope the extra info helps.