stagedir vs. jail
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Sun Oct 13 11:50:37 UTC 2013
On Sun, Oct 13, 2013 at 12:58:53PM +0200, Ekkehard Gehm wrote:
> I resently have some problems installing/updating ports. The main problem is that the stagedir path is somehow messed up.
> The system is running FreeBSD 9.1-RELEASE-p6 and I'm working in a jail. While building it creates the stagedir in /s/portbuild/usr/ports/...../usr/local/
> BUT: When it comes to the pkg building it suddently is looking in .../usr-local/.. witch acctualy is a part of the symlink. (In the jail /usr/local is a symlink to /s/usr-local). Resulting in an failure.
we would need more details about your setup and what you use for buildling
packages. the packages builder cluster are builind things in jail and it
> The only workiaround is disabling stage completly thru make.conf...
> As this is very quick'n'dirty I wonder if there is any other solution!
Nope that doesn't work as there is no way to globally disable staging,
if you add NO_STAGE in make.conf all you end up with is a messed package db, if
you are very very lucky it might sometime work.
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