On 1/10/07, mike lewis <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
On 1/10/07, mike lewis <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> On 1/10/07, mike lewis <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > On 12/21/06, Darren Salt <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > > I demand that mike lewis may or may not have written...
> > >
> > > [snip]
> > > > OK.  I tried to install xine last night.  I have some rather complex
> > > > dependancy problems.  I'm using all ubunuto apt-get servers and then 
your
> > > > apt-get server.  Basically, the packages on your site depend on 
versions of
> > > > software that ubuntu doesn't see to supply. [...]
> > >
> > > Hmm. My 'stable' builds are for too old a distribution, and it looks very
> > > much like my 'testing' builds are for one which is just that little bit 
too
> > > new...
> > >
> > > > Soo. Yes.  I'm guessing there are some other "bleeding edge" software
> > > > repositories that I need to enable as well??
> > >
> > > No. Your problem is that you're (presumably) using edgy whereas I build 
for
> > > sarge (too old), etch (slightly too new) and unstable (also slightly too
> > > new), and I currently have no plans to build for Ubuntu releases.
> > >
> > > Given this, I think that it's best that you add a deb-src line for my
> > > archive, run 'aptitude update', install devscripts and build-essential, 
then:
> > >
> > >   $ apt-get source foo
> > >   $ cd foo-*
> > >   $ sudo apt-get build-dep foo
> > >   $ debuild binary
> > >
> > >   $ sudo dpkg -i ../*.deb
> > >
> > > Be careful with that last line - you'll probably want to list specific
> > > package files. And dependency errors shouldn't be a problem either since 
you
> > > can use aptitude to install the missing packages and mark them as
> > > automatically installed.
> > >
> > I finally got around to trying this.  Stuck at "debuild".  I'm unable
> > to find it on my system and unable to find it as a refference in
> > aptitude (hitting S in the GUI).
> >
> > Trying debian-builder as the closest match ;-)
> >
> Yep, that was it!
>
OK, err, well.. It was one part of it.  Now, I can't run that
script...  I've tried sudo and no sudo and I get different errors in
either method.

[EMAIL PROTECTED]:/build/newxine/xine-lib-vdr-1.1.3$ debuild binary
/usr/bin/fakeroot: 152: debian/rules: Permission denied
debuild: fatal error at line 1206:
couldn't exec fakeroot debian/rules:
[EMAIL PROTECTED]:/build/newxine/xine-lib-vdr-1.1.3$ sudo debuild binary
Can't exec "debian/rules": Permission denied at /usr/bin/debuild line 1201.
debuild: fatal error at line 1200:
couldn't exec debian/rules: Permission denied

Line 152 appears to be a simple "echo" command to blit the scripts
version to the screen.  So something about my permissions must be very
broken.  I've tried su as well and I get the same error as sudo.

What the?  This newbie is dumbfounded..

This link helped me:
http://helmi-blebe.blogspot.com/2006/11/binsh-bad-interpreter-permission.html

To put simply, the fs I was playing with was mounted with 'noexec'.

M
Mick


_______________________________________________
vdr mailing list
vdr@linuxtv.org
http://www.linuxtv.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/vdr

Reply via email to