port nasm wont upgrade
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Tue Mar 10 08:02:30 PDT 2009
Brent Clark <brentgclarklist at gmail.com> writes:
> Im trying to upgrade SDL, but I need nasm to upgrade first.
> Trying to do so, I get ...
> zulu# make install
> ===> Vulnerability check disabled, database not found
> ===> Extracting for nasm-2.05.01,1
> => No MD5 checksum recorded for nasm-2.05.01.tar.bz2.
> => No SHA256 checksum recorded for nasm-2.05.01.tar.bz2.
> => No suitable checksum found for nasm-2.05.01.tar.bz2.
> => No MD5 checksum recorded for nasm-2.05.01-xdoc.tar.bz2.
> => No SHA256 checksum recorded for nasm-2.05.01-xdoc.tar.bz2.
> => No suitable checksum found for nasm-2.05.01-xdoc.tar.bz2.
> *** Error code 1
> Stop in /usr/ports/devel/nasm.
> I even tried portupgrade -kO nasm.
> If anyone can assist, it would be appreciated.
You seem to be be missing /usr/ports/devel/nasm/distinfo.
You can re-create it with "make makesum", but that would defeat the
point of checking file integrity in the first place. Besides, if you
have a missing (or corrupted) file in your ports tree, there may be
others. If you update your ports tree regularly anyway, I would
recommend removing that directory and updating.
Lowell Gilbert, embedded/networking software engineer, Boston area
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