[linux] gentoo is kicking my butt
dejann at u.washington.edu
Fri Sep 12 12:02:10 PDT 2003
another suggestion. go to http://forums.gentoo.org and do a search for
your package, I bet money that there is someone with similar problem to
yours. also remember it's imposible to make something resume a compile,
becuase that might break a lot of things. Think of portage as doing
./configure, make, make install crap for you automaticaly. Have you ever
been able to "resume" make after an error?
also a great resource is irc.freenode.net #gentoo plenty of people to talk
to and most devs are there fairly often. if you got more questions post
it on the list and I'll see if there is anything to help you with.
On Fri, 12 Sep 2003, David Talkington wrote:
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> M. Hornung said on Fri, 12 Sep 2003:
> > !!! ERROR: net-print/lprng-3.8.21 failed.
> > !!! Function src_compile, Line 46, Exitcode 2
> > !!! printer on fire!
> Hah! That's nearly as good as the kernel "dazed and confused" message ..
> I can't answer your question, but I can offer two comments:
> 1. I went through this with qmail, and never did figure out how to fix
> source and allow the build to complete. One thing I didn't try was
> rolling up my modified source and putting it back in
> /usr/portage/distfiles, overwriting the downloaded tarball. Portage
> should then pull it out of there and use it. Maybe that'll work for
> you. Me, I ended up building qmail on my own.
> 2. Use CUPS, ferkryinoutloud! Forsake the dinosaur that is lprng.
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