Lowell Gilbert wrote:
pj <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:

When trying to install CUPS and also when installing Gnome-light, I
get the same error messsage, really, the exact same:

"===>   cups-1.2.10_1 depends on executable: espgs - not found
===>    Verifying install for espgs in /usr/ports/print/cups-pstoraster
===>  Installing for cups-pstoraster-8.15.4_1
===>   cups-pstoraster-8.15.4_1 depends on executable: gs - not found
===>    Verifying install for gs in /usr/ports/print/ghostscript-gpl
===>  Building for ghostscript-gpl-8.57
in pre-build ...
  creating directories for compilation ...
  building EPAG utility ...
gmake: `ert' is up to date.
  creating symlinks for EPAG ...
./obj/echogs -w ./obj/ldt.tr -n - cc -pthread -L/usr/local/lib -o ./bin/gs
./obj/echogs -a ./obj/ldt.tr -n -s ./obj/gs.o -s
cat ./obj/ld.tr >>./obj/ldt.tr
./obj/echogs -a ./obj/ldt.tr -s -  -lm
if [ x != x ]; then LD_RUN_PATH=; export LD_RUN_PATH; fi; \
    XCFLAGS= XINCLUDE= XLDFLAGS= XLIBDIRS= XLIBS= \
    FEATURE_DEVS= DEVICE_DEVS= DEVICE_DEVS1= DEVICE_DEVS2= DEVICE_DEVS3= \
    DEVICE_DEVS4= DEVICE_DEVS5= DEVICE_DEVS6= DEVICE_DEVS7= DEVICE_DEVS8= \
    DEVICE_DEVS9= DEVICE_DEVS10= DEVICE_DEVS11= DEVICE_DEVS12= \
    DEVICE_DEVS13= DEVICE_DEVS14= DEVICE_DEVS15= DEVICE_DEVS16= \
    DEVICE_DEVS17= DEVICE_DEVS18= DEVICE_DEVS19= DEVICE_DEVS20= \
    DEVICE_DEVS_EXTRA= \
    /bin/sh <./obj/ldt.tr
*** Error code 2
Stop in /usr/ports/print/ghostscript-gpl.
*** Error code 1
Stop in /usr/ports/print/cups-pstoraster.
*** Error code 1
Stop in /usr/ports/print/cups."


I tried portsnap fetch; portsnap extract and then make install clean
but that only gave me more errors in the CUPS build.

What is going on here? Any ideas?

Did you adjust the setting in the configuration dialog screen?
Try not doing that, and see if it builds...
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Actually, usually just do make install clean and do the default thing.
If I remember correctly, there was no configuration screen.
I did a little chinking and decided that the best way to install CUPS was to only install cups-base place the ppd file in the cups/ppd directory and add the printer. Bingo - it all works fine.

For gnome - who needs all that complicated windows stuff anyway? I use fluxbox and am quite happy with that. Just stick to the British army motto: KISS - Keep It Simple, Stupid!

Thanks for your input.
Phil
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