FW: mc not execute after portupgrading pkg-config\*
dandee at hellteam.net
Sat Feb 3 00:36:46 UTC 2007
since my last report on the 26th of October, nobody knows what this stupid bug is.
I found out that
killall –CONT your shell interpret
I post it here, becuse it is not solution of this stupid bug, but working walkaround.
It definitely started between september 06 – october 06, IMHO something with subshell.c is not good.
From: Daniel Dvořák [mailto:dandee at hellteam.net]
Sent: Thursday, October 26, 2006 9:01 PM
To: 'freebsd-ports at freebsd.org'
Subject: mc not execute after portupgrading pkg-config\*
please help me with mc. It does not work in 2 and more ssh sessions.
After reading UPDATING file, there are last instruction about upgrading pkg-config.
portupgrade -rf pkg-config\*
I did it as it is recommended.
Later I opened 2 ssh sessions to my server, I wanted to execute mc in both sessions.
I did it successfully in the first one and it failed in the second one with this never seen error:
read (subshell_pty...): No such file or directory (2)
Does anybody know what it means ? :)
I recompiled all dependencies and mc itself again.
portupgrade –Rf mc
It didn´t help me at all.
I do not understand what happens and what I did wrong.
Before portupgrading pkg-config\*, mc works fine.
Here are options for mc:
> cat /var/db/ports/mc/options
# This file is auto-generated by 'make config'.
# No user-servicable parts inside!
# Options for mc-4.6.1_3
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