kstewart at owt.com
Mon Aug 2 19:29:09 PDT 2004
On Monday 02 August 2004 02:48 pm, Chris wrote:
> Kent Stewart wrote:
> > On Monday 02 August 2004 02:22 pm, Michael Nottebrock wrote:
> >>On Monday 02 August 2004 23:03, Kent Stewart wrote:
> >>>>See my other reply... perhaps a portupgrade -rf fam\* is even
> >>>>safer. Perhaps also a note in /usr/ports/UPDATING is in order.
> >>>I am trying that right now. I had done basically a -pufr fam when
> >>> I got into trouble building kdelibs and kdebase on 5-current.
> >>> When I hit a wall on 5-current, I tried it on 4-stable with
> >>> equally bad results.
> >>>The enviroment was a little muddled and I have rebuilt latest fam
> >>>and building kdelibs right now. It takes a little time to do that
> >>Also make sure to delete the now orphaned /usr/local/lib/libfam.la
> >>before you begin the portupgrade.
> > The package delete removed it but I did an rm libfam* and have to
> > start over. I usually type slower than I think but not this time
> > :).
> > I have to go down town for an hour or so. I will check on the
> > kdelibs build status when I get back.
> > Kent
> All ready started mine.
Well, this time through both kdelibs and kdebase built. Since they
built, I tried k3b and it would also build. These were the 3 that I was
having problems building last night.
The 5-current system is a lot slower than my 2 main machines on 4-x, I
have only built kdelibs successfully.
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