math/lapack (lapack-3.0) (unknown build error)

Anthony Philipp philipp1 at
Wed Feb 8 00:54:25 PST 2006


I was doing an upgrade today and one of the ports failed. I have
since checked /usr/ports/UPDATING, the mailing list and then
updated my ports tree again, all to no avail. Here is the error:

f77 -O -c ssyr2k.f
f77 -O -c strmm.f
f77 -O -c strsm.f
i386 cr ../../BLAS/SRC/libblas.a isamax.o sasum.o saxpy.o scopy.o sdot.o snrm2.o  srot.o srotg.o sscal.o sswap.o lsame.o xerbla.o  sgemv.o sgbmv.o ssymv.o ssbmv.o sspmv.o  strmv.o stbmv.o stpmv.o strsv.o stbsv.o stpsv.o  sger.o ssyr.o sspr.o ssyr2.o sspr2.o sgemm.o ssymm.o ssyrk.o ssyr2k.o strmm.o strsm.o
i386:No such file or directory
*** Error code 1

Stop in /usr/ports/math/lapack/work/LAPACK/BLAS/SRC.
*** Error code 1

Stop in /usr/ports/math/lapack/work/LAPACK.
*** Error code 1

Stop in /usr/ports/math/lapack.
** Command failed [exit code 1]: /usr/bin/script -qa /tmp/portupgrade78155.12 make
** Fix the problem and try again.
** Detected a package name change: libmikmod (audio/libmikmod) -> 'libmikmod-esound' (audio/libmikmod)
** No need to upgrade 'libmikmod-3.1.11' (>= libmikmod-esound-3.1.11). (specify -f to force)
** Detected a package name change: mpg123 (audio/mpg123) -> 'mpg123-esound' (audio/mpg123)
** No need to upgrade 'mpg123-0.59r_17' (>= mpg123-esound-0.59r_17). (specify -f to force)
** Detected a package name change: libao (audio/libao) -> 'libao-esound' (audio/libao)
** No need to upgrade 'libao-0.8.5' (>= libao-esound-0.8.5). (specify -f to force)
--->  Skipping 'math/scilab' (scilab-3.1.1_1) because a requisite package 'lapack-3.0' (math/lapack) failed (specify -k to force)
** Listing the failed packages (*:skipped / !:failed)
        ! math/lapack (lapack-3.0)      (unknown build error)
        * math/scilab (scilab-3.1.1_1)
--->  Packages processed: 0 done, 561 ignored, 1 skipped and 1 failed

It's not really urgent, but I'm just wondering what the problem is,
and if there is anything I can do to fix it. 

Thank you and I appreciate your help!

Anthony Philipp

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