On Sunday 08 April 2007 21:24, Kris Kennaway wrote: > On Sun, Apr 08, 2007 at 09:30:14AM -0700, Oliver Iberien wrote: > > I seem to have messed something up somewhere, and peculiar instructions > > seem to have found their way in. An example is below: > > > > ---> Checking for the latest package of 'devel/gettext' > > ---> Fetching the package(s) for 'gettext-0.16.1' (devel/gettext) > > ---> Fetching gettext-0.16.1 > > /var/tmp/portupgradeJwjg3x7H/gettext-0.16.1.tb100% of 2093 kB 248 kBps > > ---> Downloaded as gettext-0.16.1.tbz > > ---> Identifying the package > > /var/tmp/portupgradeJwjg3x7H/gettext-0.16.1.tbz ---> Saved as > > /usr/ports/packages/All/gettext-0.16.1.tbz > > ---> Skipping libiconv-1.9.2_2 (already installed) > > ---> Found a package > > of 'devel/gettext': /usr/ports/packages/All/gettext-0.16.1.tbz > > (gettext-0.16.1) > > ---> Located a package version 0.16.1 > > (/usr/ports/packages/All/gettext-0.16.1.tbz) > > ---> Upgrading 'gettext-0.14.5_2' to 'gettext-0.16.1' (devel/gettext) > > using a package > > cd: can't cd to /usr/ports/multimedia/any2dvd > > "Makefile", line 54: Could not > > find /usr/ports/print/cups-lpr/../../print/cups/Makefile.common > > make: fatal errors encountered -- cannot continue > > ^C---> Backing up the old version > > ---> Uninstalling the old version > > > > The section > > > > cd: can't cd to /usr/ports/multimedia/any2dvd > > "Makefile", line 54: Could not > > find /usr/ports/print/cups-lpr/../../print/cups/Makefile.common > > > > appears often when installing both from packages and ports. I just stop > > it and the install continues. What could be going on here? > > Check carefully for local changes you made referring to this file (in > /usr/ports or /etc/make.conf, maybe elsewhere_. It no longer exists > in the ports tree so it is unreferenced in a standard install of it. > > Kris
How would you suggest doing this? My simplemind approach (cat /usr/ports/* | grep any2dvd) yields nothing. Nothing in /etc/make.conf, either... Thanks, Oliver _______________________________________________ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"