Problems with jhalfs
Per Arne Munthe
lfs at peram.org
Sun Jul 29 11:59:17 PDT 2007
> El Domingo, 29 de Julio de 2007 15:27, Per Arne Munthe escribió:
>> M.Canales.es wrote:
>>> gen_config.sh is not parsing properly packages file for you, but it works
>>> fine here.
>>> Is your packages file well generated? I.e, it must be a tabs-delimited
>>> list and start like
>> This is what gets generated by entering make :
>> -su-3.1$ head packages
>> alsa blfs-xml 1.0.13 1.0.13
>> gnome-core blfs-xml 2.18.3
>> gnome-full blfs-xml 2.18.3
>> kde-core blfs-xml 3.5.6
>> kde-full blfs-xml 3.5.6
>> kde-koffice blfs-xml 1.6.1
>> xorg7 blfs-xml 7.2 7.2
>> fetchmail blfs-xml/basicnet/mailnews/fetchmail.xml 6.3.4
>> mailx blfs-xml/basicnet/mailnews/mailx.xml 12.2
>> note the 2.1 at the top... is the been done changes to the required
>> support tools ?
> i think that that "2.1" come from some package you installed on a previous run
> but that now generate_packages() is not able to place it in their proper
> Could you send the output of this? (adjusting the path tou your $TRACKING_DIR
> find /var/lib/jhalfs/BLFS -name "*.2.1"
Nope, that's not it :-(
bash-3.1$ find /var/lib/jhalfs/BLFS -name "*.2.1"
bash-3.1$ sudo find /var/lib/jhalfs/BLFS -name "*.2.1"
But i think I found the problem. I had a *two* entries for which, one
correct (which-2.16) and one incorrect (which-2.1). I also got the same
problem when I manually added entries for firefox and thunderbird that I
had built manually. But had 220.127.116.11 as the ending, and I then got this
at the top of the packages file.
I know I added witch to /var/lib/jhals/BLFS manually as well as this is
the closest I have for a overview of installed packages.
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