Subject: Re: netatalk package
To: Marton Fabo <>
From: Frederick Bruckman <>
List: tech-pkg
Date: 06/23/2002 11:54:16
On Sun, 23 Jun 2002, Marton Fabo wrote:

> I just have done a sup update of pkgsrc on a machine, and tried to build
> the net/netatalk package on it. It fetched some file(s), started compiling,
> and then it failed. How it failed belongs to a possible later post, but
> what I don't understand is that it retrieved netatalk-990130.tar.gz, and I
> have this in the Makefile in /usr/pkgsrc/net/netatalk:
> DISTNAME=               netatalk-990130
> PKGNAME=                netatalk-umich-19990130

That's an old "netatalk". Your sup mirror is way out of date.

> while if I look at the site, it tells me that the latest source
> version of netatalk is, which was released on 2002-04-01 (according
> to the home page at sourceforge).

Can you use "cvs" at all? Try doing a "cvs update" in just
"net/netatalk". Selective updates don't always work, but netatalk
stands alone and hasn't changed for months, so it'll probably work
for this case.