Newbie question: Is this something I should send to buglist?
nb_root at videotron.ca
Sun Jul 30 17:53:05 UTC 2006
On Sunday 30 July 2006 13:09, Oliver Iberien wrote:
> After running portsnap this morning:
> bsd# pkg_version -v > /home/oliver/version.txt
> "Makefile", line 54: Could not
> find /usr/ports/print/cups-lpr/../../print/cups/Makefile.common
> make: fatal errors encountered -- cannot continue
> pkg_version: Failed to get PKGNAME from /usr/ports/print/cups-lpr/Makefile!
> I take it that this means that there is something missing from this part of
> this port? I looked at
> and tried querying the data base (and was confused by the options), and
> searched the mailing list for the string cups-lpr. Nothing -- I think.
> Anyhow, I'm happy to do my bit and post this somewhere but don't want to
> start sending badly formatted or unnecessary bug reports around. Any
This message is normal. cups-lpr is a port that no longer exists since the
update to 1.2.0 as it has been merged with cups-base. When you update to
cups-base 1.2.0_2, you won't get that message.
Whether I recommend you update to 1.2.0 is another thing though :)
FreeBSD 7.0-CURRENT #11: Sun Jul 30 12:12:59 EDT 2006
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