Subject: Re: [port-i386@NetBSD.org] Missing packages
To: None <port-i386@NetBSD.org>
From: Ib-Michael Martinsen <email@example.com>
Date: 05/29/2005 16:35:01
> If you can use CVS then use that instead of
> downloading the pkgsrc tarball manually. CVS will
> "track" your updates to pkgsrc properly. (Anyone else
> please comment.)
> Also, the command lintpkgsrc -i (installed from
> pkgtools/pkglint) will tell you what the pkgsrc
> updates are compared to your installed packages by
> reporting "version mismatches".
> pkg_info -nRv <pkgname> will also report package
> dependencies (the "v" also reports package conflicts
> from the packing list).
> --- Ib-Michael Martinsen <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > Thank you to Zafer Aydogan and Robert Zagarello for
> > taking the time to
> > reply to me.
> > Robert wrote:
> > >
> > > Michael,
> > >
> > > Were you able to find these? PKGSRC contains:
> > >
> > > gtk2+-2.6.7
> > > GIMP Toolkit v2 - libraries for building X11 user
> > > interfaces
> > >
> > > win32-codecs-050115
> > > Huge compilation of Win32 binary codecs
> > >
> > > BZAG
> > Unfortunately I have been out of town this week, so
> > I have not had the
> > time to investigate any further.
> > I will have a look at it as soon as possible and let
> > you know the
> > outcome.
> > Best regards
> > Ib-Michael Martinsen
> > --
> > Email at home: imm(at)nethotel.dk
> > Email at work: imm(at)dk.ibm.com
> > Running NetBSD/i386 v2.0
I found the win-codecs on the website Zafer pointed me to and
installed them and kdemultimedia without any further problems,
but I have been unable to find the gtk2+ package.
I have downloaded the pkgsrc'es and looked at them without finding any
gtk2+ package. The only one I can find is in /usr/pkgsrc/x11/gtk2 but
looking at the output of
I mostly see references to gtk+-2.6.7. Is this the same package as
gtk2+-2.6.7 which I need to install the jpilot package?
The fetch-list also lists a lot of other packages of which I have
already some installed. Will these packages be re-fetched and
recompiled if I build gtk2 and how could it eventually be avoided?
Email at home: imm(at)nethotel.dk
Email at work: imm(at)dk.ibm.com
Running NetBSD/i386 v2.0