Subject: Re: Errors Building xmms
To: grant beattie <grant@NetBSD.org>
From: None <jim.michael@toadmail.com>
List: tech-pkg
Date: 01/31/2004 15:12:58
I followed your instructions.  Here is the end of the output.  It is looking for
the "not_found" subdirectory but it does not exist.  (The dots ... indicate
where I cut out output showing only occurences "not_found".  Is there something
else I need to provide?  Thanks.

.........................................

===> Buildlinking for libogg-1.1
set -x;/bin/mkdir -p /usr/pkgsrc/audio/libogg/work/.buildlink
set -x;/bin/mkdir -p /usr/pkgsrc/audio/libogg/work/.buildlink/include
set -x;/bin/mkdir -p /usr/pkgsrc/audio/libogg/work/.buildlink/lib
set -x;					 true "=> Linking pkgconfig files into
/usr/pkgsrc/audio/libogg/work/.buildlink."
set -x;					 case not_found in				 /usr/X11R6)    
buildlink_dir="/usr/pkgsrc/audio/libogg/work/.x11-buildlink" ;;		 *)           
  buildlink_dir="/usr/pkgsrc/audio/libogg/work/.buildlink" ;;		 esac;								
cd not_found;	

.........................................

					 echo "$msg" >>
/usr/pkgsrc/audio/libogg/work/.buildlink/.buildlink_pkgconfig_done;				 done
+ buildlink_dir=/usr/pkgsrc/audio/libogg/work/.buildlink
+ cd not_found
cd: canít cd to not_found

*** Error code 2

Stop.
make: stopped in /usr/pkgsrc/audio/libogg
*** Error code 1

Stop.
make: stopped in /usr/pkgsrc/audio/libogg



Quoting grant beattie <grant@NetBSD.org>:

> On Sat, Jan 31, 2004 at 12:08:55AM -0500, jim.michael@toadmail.com wrote:
> 
> > I'm recently installed 1.6.1 on an i386.  I did a make install to install
> xmms
> > and received errors noted below.  I reviewed the email archives and have
> seen
> > some problems with building in the past but am unsure what applies today. 
> Any
> > help you could provide would be appreciated.  Also, I apologize in advance
> if I
> > posted to the wrong list as I'm new to NetBSD and am on a learning curve.
> 
> you posted to the right list .. welcome aboard :-)
> 
> I had (and fixed) an issue on Solaris which had the same symptom.
> turned out to be a buildlink2.mk file using grep(1) where egrep(1)
> was needed.
> 
> try "make clean; make buildlink PKG_DEBUG_LEVEL=2" in audio/libogg for
> hints what's going wrong. you'll get a LOT of output, but it should
> help you identify the command being run which is causing it to fail.
> 
> then we can see about fixing it :-)
> 
> grant.
> 
> 



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