Re: Build still messed up
On Mon, Dec 13, 1999 at 07:50:41PM +0000, Adam C Powell IV wrote:
> Really basic problems, like I'm trying to configure enlightenment
> from it's source directory, using "./configure --prefix=/usr" and it
> comes back with "Cannot find source files in . or .." (looking for
> e.spec which is clearly there according to ls). Another time every
> single command it tries to locate results in a segfault.
Hrmmm... a lot of debian packages are really poorly made (and a lot of
them are really well made, the quality varies a lot).
> I have no idea where to begin to look for problems. Tried going
> back to 2.2.10 but had all kinds of other problems. See my
> unanswered post of a month and a half ago for more details.
> Is Debian/ARM really this hosed? Or do I need to do a complete
I've been having ok luck with it. Problems with some packages, but on
the whole it runs pretty well.
> And why has there been almost no traffic on this list for the last
> month and a half?
No free time? I've been dedicating my spare time to mod_dtcl.
> I'm wondering if this is worth my time, or if everybody has just
> given up.
Still here. The next step really is to get an autobuilder going. I
built a bunch of the support packages that are necessary, but never
had the time to put the whole thing into action.
David N. Welton -+- firstname.lastname@example.org -+- http://www.efn.org/~davidw