Subject: Re: teTeX
To: Frank Knappe <email@example.com>
From: David Maxwell <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 10/11/2001 19:01:48
On Thu, Oct 11, 2001 at 10:51:20PM +0200, Frank Knappe wrote:
> I'm running a NetBSD1.5.1 Installation.
> 4 weeks ago I've tried to install teTeX.
> Using the fetch lists I downloaded all necessary packages
> at my university and wrote a CD with all the tar.gz files.
> When I tried a make in the teTeX dir I've got an error
> regarding a checksum error. I've downloaded all packages again,
> but the error was still present. In the error description was
> a statement that I can deal with this error when I add something
> like make checksum=no.
Usually, that's caused by an incomplete tarfile. It would be a good idea
to look at the distinfo file for the package that it stops on, and check
the size line such as:
Size (teTeX/teTeX-src-1.0.7.tar.gz) = 8040192 bytes
If your .tar.gz is quite different in size, maybe you had a cutoff
> I've done this and the installation started. It stoped with the
> following error:
> qqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqq teTeX setup utility
> x Could not find app-default file for xdvi. x
> x The programm will exit now.
> Whats the reason for this and how can I install teTeX?
This also sounds like something was missing once the tar file was
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