Subject: pkg_delete ALL how to do this pls?
To: Shigeki UNO <email@example.com>
From: Paul (NCC/CS). <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 02/24/2005 14:37:08
Thanks for all your help guys, but I'm not getting far.
None of this explains why it doesn't link to the correct
libs when built from pkg_src?
I don't want to build gnumeric from source by hand.
Ok, what I want to do is delete all packages.
And start again.
How do I do this please?
. can't find a flag for this in pkg_delete
. How can I get pkg_info to show pkg names only
without the description so I can pipe it to pkg_delete?
Shigeki UNO wrote:
> "Paul (NCC/CS)." <email@example.com> writes:
> | Hi,
> | I have built gnumeric from source finally but I now get:
> | su% gnumeric
> | Shared object "libxml2.so.8" not found
> | su%
> | any ideas folks?
> No sweat.
> Assuming that you have already installed dependencies of Gnumeric via pkgsrc, and
> you want to install Gnumeric from source by hand.
> % cd Gnumeric-$VERSION
> % env LDFLAGS="-Wl,-R/usr/pkg/lib -L/usr/pkg/lib" ./configure option
> % make
> # make install
> This will do the trick.
> Read NetBSD FAQ.
> ---> My program can't find its shared library
> When you have another error that does not find shared libraries in other directories,
> "-Wl,-R/usr/pkg/lib,/PATH/to/lib,/PATH/to/lib" will be needed.
> Good luck!
> Shigeki UNO
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