Jump to content


  • Content Count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

  1. After a sync today, I could emerge it, so this was fixed. Thanks!
  2. When I try to `emerge gvim`, I get emerge: there are no ebuilds to satisfy "~app-editors/vim-core-8.2.0430". (dependency required by "app-editors/gvim-8.2.0430::editors-kit" [ebuild]) Indeed, there only seems to be vim-core 8.2.0378. Is there a workaround to get gvim to emerge?
  3. I used https://build.funtoo.org/1.4-release-std/x86-64bit/intel64-skylake/stage3-latest.tar.xz. Of course that's changed since. I used the version current around September 25 or 26, which is no longer available to download. The current version—stage3-intel64-skylake-1.4-release-std-2019-10-11.tar.xz—still has separate /usr/lib and /usr/lib64, so it seems that would still cause this bug. The stage3 tarball /lib is a symlink to /lib64, though (which is not the case on my system). So should I move everything from /lib to /lib64, and everything from /usr/lib to /usr/lib64?
  4. Trying to emerge dev-java/ant-core (in the course of emerging libreoffice), I got the error: ERROR: prepare No binary for rewriting found. Do you have dev-java/javatoolkit installed? ERROR: dev-java/ant-core-1.10.5-r2::java-kit failed (prepare phase): xml-rewrite not found Call stack: ebuild.sh, line 93: Called src_prepare environment, line 4125: Called java-ant_xml-rewrite '-f' 'build.xml' '-c' '-e' 'javadoc' '-a' 'failonerror' '-v' 'false' environment, line 1896: Called die I do have dev-java/javatoolkit installed. I tried looking at the function java-ant_xml-rewrite() in core-kit/eclass/java-ant-2.eclass to fix it, but I don't even know what an eclass is. I did manage to figure out that it was looking for a file /usr/lib64/javatoolkit/bin/xml-rewrite-2.py, but all the files installed by dev-java/javatoolkit are in /usr/lib/javatoolkit/ instead. The "lib64" comes from a function get_libdir, and I don't know where that's defined. I created a symlink /usr/lib64/javatoolkit pointing to /usr/lib/javatoolkit and then the emerge worked. Are /usr/lib and /usr/lib64 even supposed to be separate directories? This is a newly installed Funtoo 1.4 system, and they were separate directories after the installation (so are /lib and /lib64).
  5. When following the directions for a new 1.4 install at https://www.funtoo.org/Install/Kernel, I tried # echo "sys-kernel/debian-sources binary" > /etc/portage/package.use # emerge -av debian-sources But this failed with ERROR: LUKS support cannot be included: no file /sbin/cryptsetup. I noticed the output included Running with options: --no-save-config --no-oldconfig ... --disklabel --lvm --luks --mdadm --no-btrfs --no-zfs ... and the --lvm --luks part seemed wrong, since my system doesn't have either of those things. After comparing debian-sources-5.2.9_p2-r2.ebuild to debian-sources-lts-4.19.67_p2-r1.ebuild, which had built successfully in the previous step, I changed lines 224 and 225 of the ebuild from --lvm \ --luks \ to $(usex lvm --lvm --no-lvm ) \ $(usex luks --luks --no-luks ) \ and after that it emerged successfully. It looks like the ebuild has updated to 5.2.17_p1 since I synced, but those lines are still the same, so perhaps the same fix would be beneficial for others?
  • Create New...