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inadyn-mt - dynamic DNS client Multi-platform inadyn, inadyn-advanced DDNS client fork. Brought to you by: bzbhoover Summary Files Reviews Support Wiki Tickets ▾ Bugs Patches Feature Requests News https://sourceforge.net/p/inadyn-mt/bugs/8/ Discussion Donate SVN CVS Create Ticket View Stats Group Searches Changes Closed Tickets Open Tickets Help Formatting Help #8 deb packaging error Milestone: v1.0 (example) Status: closed-fixed Owner: nobody Labels: http://ultrahigh.org/category/root/ None Priority: 5 Updated: 2014-08-11 Created: 2013-05-17 Creator: Anonymous Private: No On debian stable I've got following error: make install-data-hook make: Entering directory `/home/grundik/work/src/inadyn-mt.v.02.24.38' mkdir /usr/inadyn-mt mkdir: cannot create directory error cannot `/usr/inadyn-mt': Permission denied Error can be fixed by commenting out install-data-hook section of makefile. That fix will also remove unnecessary resource duplication and FHS violation by excluding directory /usr/inadyn-mt fom installation (all resources also installed in /usr/share/inadyn-mt anyway). On debian unstable I've got following error: dpkg-buildpackage: host architecture amd64 fakeroot debian/rules clean dh clean dh: No packages to build. debian/rules build genchanges error cannot dh build dh: No packages to build. fakeroot debian/rules binary dh binary dh: No packages to build. dpkg-genchanges -b >../inadyn-mt_02.24.38-1_amd64.changes dpkg-genchanges: error: cannot read files list file: No such file or directory dpkg-buildpackage: error: dpkg-genchanges gave error exit status 2 debuild: fatal error at line 1357: I have not figured out how to fix it. Discussion Bryan Hoover - 2013-05-18 I'm not personally actively maintaining the debian package aspect of this project. However, I welcome any contributions to that end. Thanks If you would like to refer to this comment somewhere else in this project, copy and paste the following link: Comment has been marked as spam. Undo You can see all pending comments posted by this user here Anonymous - 2013-05-19 Last issue can be fixed by changing architecture to "any" in debian/control file. Also package should build-depends to libao-dev. Im attaching patch, which fixes all debian packaging problebs. Last issue can be fixed by changing architecture to "any" in debian/control file. Also package should build-depends to libao-dev. Im attaching patch, which fixes all debian packaging problebs. Cancel Add atta
May 13, 2008 by andy Debian Lenny is currently the ‘testing' version, but it is pretty stable and that's what my workstation runs at work. However the annoying bug I had before with libroot-python-dev is still present (short version: the package wants (python < 2.5) but the version that ships with Lenny and Ubuntu Hardy is 2.5.) Anyway, the easiest way around it is to build the packages from source. So add this to your sources.list # Apt ROOT distribution.
deb http://mirror.phy.bnl.gov/debian-root/ unstable main contrib
deb-src http://mirror.phy.bnl.gov/debian-root/ unstable main contrib Then do these commands mkdir temp/root/ cd temp/root apt-get source libroot-python-dev (this downloads the source) cd root-system-5.17.07 Now we come up against another problem. The maxdb packages aren't available in Lenny (I'm not sure why they were removed) but the source packages depend on them, so you'll need to work around that. If the packages weren't broken, you could do apt-get build-dep libroot-plugin-python. Instead, you can get the list of packages you need from debian/control. Here's the dependencies: apt-get install debhelper po-debconf libssl-dev comerr-dev libxpm-dev libfreetype6-dev libpcre3-dev zlib1g-dev python-dev libjpeg62-dev libpng12-dev libtiff4-dev libungif4-dev libxinerama-dev libpacklib1-dev gfortran libxmlrpc-c3-dev libxmlrpc-c-dev libcurl4-gnutls-dev fftw3-dev libkrb5-dev krb5-user libldap2-dev libgsl0-dev libmysqlclient15-dev libiodbc2-dev libglu1-xorg-dev libglu-dev ftgl-dev libpq-dev python-support libqt4-dev qt4-dev-tools ruby ruby-dev libxml2-dev Now you have to edit the Debian control files to remove the maxdb dependencies. Edit debian/rules, and Delete the ‘-enable-maxdb‘ line. (You can't comment it out in place, but you could move it down a few lines and comment it out there) Comment out lines 35-45, just leaving ‘SAPDB = -disable-sapdb‘ Edit debian/control to remove the dependency on libsqlod-dev in the first stanza and delete the entire root-plugin-maxdb stanza. mv debian/root-plugin-maxdb.install debian/root-plugin-maxdb.inst