bsdmn at webize.com.au
Thu Mar 27 18:40:05 PST 2003
At 11:33 AM 3.28.2003 +1100, you wrote:
>I accidentally tried to install a new port without deinstalling (or
>otherwise updating) the old one. Now when I do a make deinstall (on
>new port) I get a prefix error. If I supply the /usr/local prefix then
>the deinstall works, but the make install doesn't.
>It gets to the pkg_create phase and then spits out " pkg_create: only
>one package name allowed ('easy' extraneous)". Even though a pkg_info
>doesn't list anything as being there.
>Is there some pkg registration file/database that I must totally purge
"...If I supply the /usr/local prefix then the deinstall works,
but the make install doesn't...."
I take it from this that you can deinstall the port. Have you cleaned
the "work" directory by then running "make clean"...?? Then, you should
able to install new port.
#make install distclean
Jack L. Stone,
jackstone at sage-one.net
Forgot to mention that I have done make clean's (and distcleans) as well
- still same problem.
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