Newbie Port Errors
tshubitz at mac.com
Tue Dec 5 14:33:48 PST 2006
I think you need to update the local index of available ports.
Give this command a whirl then try installing the port you mentioned:
sudo port selfupdate
Hope that helps. Have a great day.
On Dec 5, 2006, at 4:03 PM, Clint Laskowski wrote:
> I'm brand new to this list, but have been a Mac user since 1984 (I
> met Steve Jobs at SoftCon in February 1984 in New Orleans, a month
> after the Mac was introduced!).
> I'm trying to install Nepenthes (http://nepenthes.mwcollect.org/)
> on my iBook G4. There are some instructions on doing this at http://
> Unfortunately, I'm unable to complete even the first command :-(
> Xcode2 is installed. My system is up-to-date (10.4.8). I have
> Internet connectivity. Here's what I get:
> $ sudo part install libtool # libtoolize
> Warning: Can't open index file for source: rsync://
> Error: search for portname libtool failed: No index(es) found! Have
> you synced your source indexes?
> Can anyone point me in the right direction as to why this is not
> working, or what diagnostics I could perform to help figure this out?
> Any help will be very much appreciated. Thank you.
> -- Clint
> . Clint Laskowski, CISSP
> . BlueHat Security, Inc.
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