Subject: Re: afterstep fails, and others too
From: jeff <email@example.com>
Date: 11/25/2000 12:13:49
Ok. Fixed it. I just used the binary for xpm (for macppc) and that
solved it. I guess I shoulda read a little more closely. :\
"Principium sapientiae silentium est."
On Sat, 25 Nov 2000, jeff wrote:
> Thanks for the advice.
> I updated the entire pkgsrc using cvs, as you suggested.
> When I try to make xpm I get:
> #validating dependencies (a long pause)
> #cannot fork
> #error 1 (repeated many times)
> #proc table full: increase kern.maxproc or NPROC
> #cannot build dependencies
> Please help. This is really starting to bring me down.
> "Principium sapientiae silentium est."
> On Fri, 24 Nov 2000, Frederick Bruckman wrote:
> > On Fri, 24 Nov 2000, jeff wrote:
> > > > This exact problem occurs (it seems) with all big installs (e.g., kde,
> > > > gnome, afterstep, abiword, etc.).
> > > >
> > > > The final error message (after a bunch of error 1 messages, is "unable to
> > > > make dependencies".
> > Is this the one where xpm depends on itself? Try updating to the very
> > latest pkgsrc, or if you can use anoncvs, at least update pkgsrc/mk
> > and graphics/xpm, and try it again.
> > Frederick