Error: Status 1 encountered during processing.
bunk3m at gmail.com
Thu Sep 15 12:26:27 PDT 2011
Please find the gperf.log file attached. It's actually called main.log
but was in the
Thanks again for your help.
On 15.09.2011 14:39 , Jeremy Lavergne wrote:
>> Now I re-run the command to install mplayer-devel and I get an error on
>> the next file. :-( See below.
>> ---> Fetching archive for gperf
>> ---> Attempting to fetch gperf-3.0.4_2.darwin_10.x86_64.tbz2 from
>> ---> Attempting to fetch gperf-3.0.4_2.darwin_10.x86_64.tbz2.rmd160
>> from http://packages.macports.org/gperf
>> Error: Target org.macports.archivefetch returned: Failed to verify
>> signature for archive!
>> Error: Failed to install gperf
>> Could it be something with the a file in my ~ directory? At one point I
>> remember we had to change or create some sort of file in the ~
>> directory. A "." file? I can't remember what it was or what it was called.
>> Thanks again for your help.
> Well at this point we'll need to get more logging information than the usual stdout.
> Before running any other commands that may involve gperf, attach the file that is given by `port logfile gperf`. I caution about running other commands in between because MacPorts will replace the logfile with the newer one, which in some instances might skip several phases of useful information. If in doubt, clean and try to install again then grab the logfile.
> If navigating to the file is a pain, you can make a copy in your home directory by:
> cp `port logfile gperf` ~/gperf.log
> Please attach the log so we can see more details.
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