Oh I do run a MUCH newer dpkg so that might be why I do not see this issue at all. --- TS http://www.southofheaven.org/ Life begins and ends with chaos, live between the chaos!
> On Jan 7, 2019, at 9:09 PM, Leigh Smith <le...@leighsmith.com> wrote: > > So digging further, the problem installing perl5162-core appears to be due to > a bug in dpkg handling directories that differ in capitalisation when > installing on a case sensitive file system. > > /sw/lib/perl5-core/5.16.2/version/Internals.pod > > was unable to be installed because /sw/lib/perl5-core/5.16.2/version/ was not > created. > > Checking with dpkg the created perl5162-core_5.16.2-103_darwin-x86_64.deb > shows that /sw/lib/perl5-core/5.16.2/version/ is within the deb file and > /sw/lib/perl5-core/5.16.2/Version/, however the lower case version was not > being created, while /sw/lib/perl5-core/5.16.2/Version was being created > which only had one file. > > ls -l /sw/lib/perl5-core/5.16.2/Version > > total 32 > -r--r--r-- 1 root admin 14605 7 Jan 11:47 Requirements.pm > > So dpkg seems to be confused when two directories differing in case should be > created on a case sensitive APFS file system. Manually creating the directory: > > sudo mkdir /sw/lib/perl5-core/5.16.2/version/ > > then allows perl5162-core to install, no longer complaining about > Internals.pod being unable to be installed. > > Leigh > -- > Leigh M. Smith > mailto:le...@leighsmith.com > http://www.leighsmith.com > > > > > > > _______________________________________________ > fink-core mailing list > firstname.lastname@example.org > List archive: > http://news.gmane.org/gmane.os.apple.fink.core > Subscription management: > https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/fink-core
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