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Re: problem building b-f, need help

On Mon, Jun 04, 2001 at 10:31:21PM -0700, Ron Farrer wrote:
> While trying to build b-f (latest CVS) for Alpha (woody), I keep running
> into this problem:
> make resc1440_generic.bin resc1440_jensen.bin resc1440_nautilus.bin
> drv14alpha_generic-1.bin drv14alpha_jensen-1.bin
> drv14alpha_nautilus-1.bin 
> make[1]: Entering directory `/usr/src/boot-floppies'
> ./kernel.sh /archive/debian/download 2.2.19 "" 
> I: downloading kernel-image-2.2.19
> E: Package kernel-image-2.2.19 has no installation candidate
> can't find package, or no such package, 'kernel-image-2.2.19'
> E: ./kernel.sh abort
> make[1]: *** [modules.tgz] Error 255
> make[1]: Leaving directory `/usr/src/boot-floppies'
> make: *** [build] Error 2
> Previously it looked for kernel-image-(generic, jensen, nautilus, and 
> smp)-2.2.19 instead of just kernel-image-2.2.19 (iirc). This changed 
> in the last month or so in CVS. I haven't had the time to dig through 
> the scripts at length to locate the problem. Does anyone know where the
> problem lies? It's probably something extremely simple that I just
> haven't found yet...

i had a similar problem and found it was because the script was
#!/bin/sh when it should have been #!/bin/bash.  i fixed all of these
in cvs recently.  (my /bin/sh is ash).

Ethan Benson

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