Re: What's the status on Xfree86 4.1.0?
Branden Robinson wrote:
Okay... unfortunately, I didn't get your message in time, but due to
interrupted builds from NFS errors (my Netwinder doesn't have sufficient
disk space to build X), I ended up just re-starting from zero late last
night, copying in the new MANIFEST.arm, and with that one file changed,
everything built successfully from start to finish. Just uploaded about
three hours ago.
[debian-arm readers, please keep debian-x in the thread]
On Wed, Aug 29, 2001 at 11:46:42AM -0400, Adam C Powell IV wrote:
It worked! Failed the manifest check of course, but the diff looked
kosher (a few cs -> cz and sk key map moves, lots of font stuff, man
pages moved from /usr/share/man to /usr/X11R6/man, nothing of any
consequence to the binary-arch packages). So I touched
debian/stampdir/install (since the manifest check ends that target), and
am making binary-arch now, will genchanges and dupload when it's done.
Oh- and will test it and see whether it works! But since 4.0.3 is
broken, maybe it's not such a bad thing to upload 4.1.0 either way? :-\
Please don't upload official .debs that are the result of a kludged
process like this. It makes me really nervous.
I'd be happy to host such .debs at the X Strike Force, however, until we
have arm packages that build correctly from start to finish.
and coming soon (an hour or two?):
Thanks! I'll check this stuff out.
Okay, actually, the new unified build-install-binary log is at:
Unfortunately, it didn't work. Log at:
GPG fingerprint: D54D 1AEE B11C CE9B A02B C5DD 526F 01E8 564E E4B6
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