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Old 06-01-2010, 02:29 AM
"Nathan O."
 
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I am trying to create a PKGBUILD for scrollkeeper, a need dep for a
package I am trying to work with. Namcap gives me this:


scrollkeeper W: Referenced library 'libscrollkeeper.so.0' is an
uninstalled dependency

scrollkeeper W: Dependency included and not needed ('docbook-xml')

docbook-xml is needed, so don't look at that, I dont know what the
referenced library means. I also get during the compile process I get


Cannot write to log file: /var/log/scrollkeeper.log : Permission denied
Cannot write to log file: /var/log/scrollkeeper.log : Permission denied
/build/pkg//usr/bin/scrollkeeper-rebuilddb: line 50:
/var/log/scrollkeeper.log: Permission denied
 
Old 06-01-2010, 02:08 PM
"Wieland 'Mineo' Hoffmann"
 
Default Build problems

On 01.06.2010 04:29, Nathan O. wrote:
> scrollkeeper W: Dependency included and not needed ('docbook-xml')
> docbook-xml is needed, so don't look at that
Fix your PKGBUILD

> I also get during the compile process I get
>
> Cannot write to log file: /var/log/scrollkeeper.log : Permission denied
> Cannot write to log file: /var/log/scrollkeeper.log : Permission denied
> /build/pkg//usr/bin/scrollkeeper-rebuilddb: line 50:
> /var/log/scrollkeeper.log: Permission denied
Well, obviously scrollkeeper-rebuilddb is trying to write
scrollkeeper.log to /var/log/ where it has no permission to do so. I
don't know anything about scrollkeeper but maybe you could move the
invocation of scrollkeeper-rebuilddb to some post_install script.

Wieland
 
Old 06-02-2010, 02:00 AM
"Nathan O."
 
Default Build Problems

If I get the error while using makechrootpkg that makepkg: /dev/null
permission denied, somebody said because it thinks a build is happening,
how do I solve that error without restarting the computer?


Thanks
 

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