FreeBSD Port: multimedia/any2dvd

Oliver Iberien odilist at
Sun Apr 15 17:39:34 UTC 2007

I once installed any2dvd, which did not work and is now deleted, but seems to 
have messed up port upgrading. References to it show up in random ports and 
stall or abort the installations. It kills the Gnome upgrade script. 

Would anyone know why any2dvd has ended up affecting my port upgrades in this 
way, and how it could be fixed?



--->  Checking for the latest package of 'devel/gettext'
--->  Fetching the package(s) for 'gettext-0.16.1' (devel/gettext)
--->  Fetching gettext-0.16.1
/var/tmp/portupgradeJwjg3x7H/gettext-0.16.1.tb100% of 2093 kB  248 kBps
--->  Downloaded as gettext-0.16.1.tbz
--->  Identifying the package
/var/tmp/portupgradeJwjg3x7H/gettext-0.16.1.tbz --->  Saved as
--->  Skipping libiconv-1.9.2_2 (already installed)
--->  Found a package
of 'devel/gettext': /usr/ports/packages/All/gettext-0.16.1.tbz
--->  Located a package version 0.16.1
--->  Upgrading 'gettext-0.14.5_2' to 'gettext-0.16.1' (devel/gettext)
using a package
cd: can't cd to /usr/ports/multimedia/any2dvd
"Makefile", line 54: Could not
find /usr/ports/print/cups-lpr/../../print/cups/Makefile.common
make: fatal errors encountered -- cannot continue
^C--->  Backing up the old version
--->  Uninstalling the old version

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