mozilla's install hanging on amd64

Scott Long scottl at
Sat Apr 9 23:42:14 PDT 2005

Mikhail Teterin wrote:
>>Does this happen without the calendar enabled?  Perhaps there is a bug
>>in that code.  I'm not so sure the calendar code has been as scrutinized
>>on amd64.
> It does, actually, as I just found out after yet another rebuild.
> It looks like this:
> [...]
> for pcfile in mozilla-gtkmozembed mozilla-js mozilla-xpcom  mozilla-nspr mozilla-nss mozilla-plugin; do  /usr/bin/sed -i.bak -e 's|/var/usr/ports/www/mozilla/work/fake|/opt|g'  /var/usr/ports/www/mozilla/work/mozilla/build/unix/${pcfile}.pc;  install  -o root -g wheel -m 444 /var/usr/ports/www/mozilla/work/mozilla/build/unix/${pcfile}.pc  /opt/libdata/pkgconfig/${pcfile}.pc ;  done
> /bin/rm -fr /opt/include/mozilla
> /bin/mkdir -p /opt/include/mozilla
> /bin/chmod 755 /opt/include/mozilla
> cd /var/usr/ports/www/mozilla/work/fake/include/mozilla && /usr/bin/find . |  /usr/bin/cpio -pdm -L -R root:wheel /opt/include/mozilla
> 33517 blocks
> /bin/mkdir -p /opt/share/gnome/applications
> install  -o root -g wheel -m 444 /var/usr/ports/www/mozilla/work/mozilla.desktop  /opt/share/gnome/applications
> ===> Building Chrome's registry...
> regxpcom has already accumulated 40 CPU minutes...
> 	-mi

I built and installed mozilla (with the calendar, I think) about 10 days
ago on a fresh amd64 install and have been using it without any
problems.  Did you happen to have an old ~/.mozilla hanging around?


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