marshall_rodriquez at mac.com
Wed Dec 6 13:08:56 PST 2006
On Dec 6, 2006, at 12:54 PM, Ryan Schmidt wrote:
> On Dec 6, 2006, at 11:26, Marshall Rodriquez wrote:
>> On Dec 5, 2006, at 2:48 PM, Ryan Schmidt wrote:
>>> On Dec 5, 2006, at 15:26, Marshall Rodriquez wrote:
>>>> The space is "macports.org _dpupdate1". It's in the error
>>>> message and in the folder name, so it seems like it's
>>>> deliberate, but it doesn't allow things to work. I'll try
>>>> looking through the source and see if it's there somewhere.
>>> Have you manually edited the file /opt/local/etc/ports/ports.conf
>>> to reference rsync.macports.org? If so, check if there is a space
>>> after "rsync.macports.org" in the relevant line; if so, remove it.
>> Ok, last night I went through and removed every file and folder I
>> could find and then reinstalled, and tried the .bash_profile to
>> add the path. Now DP is installed and runs, though when I go to
>> install fox or glut it seems to be trying to get them from
>> opendarwin.org . Naturally, it just runs through those 4 servers
>> over and over again. One odd thing is it's trying to fetch the
>> file XFree86-4.5.0-src-3.tgz or XFree86-4.5.0-src-4.tgz , and
>> tries to fetch it for either of my attempted installs. When I look
>> in my sources.conf file, I see things pointed at rsync://
>> rsync.darwinports.org/dpupdate/dports . Am I correct that this
>> (where the port is looking for the file) is something set server
> As far as I know, rsync.darwinports.org is still the normal
> location for port updates to come from. Mine says
> rsync.macports.org, but only because I manually changed it because
> someone on this list said I should. But then someone else told me I
> shouldn't have done it. That's why I asked if you had manually
> edited the file.
> The fact that it's trying to install XFree86 suggests that you do
> not have all of Apple's X11 installed. I recommend you install
> Apple's X11 instead of building XFree86. Look in /Library/Receipts
> and see if you have both X11User.pkg and X11SDK.pkg. If you do not
> have X11User.pkg, install it from your Mac OS X CD or DVD. If you
> do not have X11SDK.pkg, install it from the Xcode CD or the Xcode
> download from developer.apple.com.
Thank you for all the help Ryan, I'll do that as soon as I get home :)
"I don't like warriors. They're too narrow-minded. No sublety. Worse,
they fight for hopeless causes...for honor!
Honor has killed millions of people but hasn't saved a single one."
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