* On Sat, Apr 30, 2005 at 04:03:42PM +1000, Matthew Palmer wrote: > On Sat, Apr 30, 2005 at 12:58:34AM +1000, Sonia Hamilton wrote: > > * On Fri, Apr 29, 2005 at 04:50:02PM +0200, Luk Claes wrote: > > > > Obviously, I need to fix up my install target, but where/how? In the > > > > makefile that comes with the tgz, or debian/rules? > ...<snip> > Nah, you can range all over the place and change things. It all gets > recorded in the .diff.gz file in the end. > > The install target of the debian/rules is intended to move files from where > they are in the build tree into the debian/tmp (or debian/<pkgname>) > directory. Since the grabc makefile doesn't have an install target, > obviously the upstream author intended for this step to be done some other > way (perhaps by hand?). You just replicate that within your debian/rules, > with appropriate adjustments for the destination. Hi Matt (and others) - thanks for your reply. This is what I added to the user supplied makefile - look ok? > DESTDIR= /usr/bin > install: $(OBJS) > $(CC) $(CFLAGS) -o $(PROGNAME) $(OBJS) $(LIBS) > mv $(PROGNAME) $(DESTDIR) As per  this builds OK with 'debuild -us -uc', but with 'debuild' it can't get to my key: > Now signing changes and any dsc files... > signfile grabc_1.1-1.dsc Sonia Hamilton <soniaNO_SPAMsnowfrog.net> > gpg: skipped `Sonia Hamilton <soniaNO_SPAMsnowfrog.net>': secret key not > available > gpg: [stdin]: clearsign failed: secret key not available How is it choosing my key? From 'changelog' or 'control'? Unfortunately, when I created my key, I created it as: Sonia Larissa Hamilton (Sydney, Australia) <soniaNO_SPAMsnowfrog.net> rather than Sonia Hamilton <soniaNO_SPAMsnowfrog.net> I've been wanting to change this for ages; but as my key has lots of signatures on it, rather than creating a new key should I create a subkey "Sonia Hamilton <sonia...>"? Any pointers on how to do this?  http://women.alioth.debian.org/wiki/index.php?n=English.PackagingTutorial -- Sonia Hamilton. GPG key A8B77238. . Despite its refusal to sign the Kyoto treaty, the Australian Government says it is committed to reducing some greenhouse emissions, in particular the number of press releases from Senator Bob Brown's office - The Chaser.
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