compiling problems gpg 1.0.7
Thu Jun 13 11:03:02 2002

Original Message:
From: Peter T. Abplanalp
Date: Wed, 12 Jun 2002 09:14:46 -0600
Subject: Re: compiling problems gpg 1.0.7

On Tue, Jun 11, 2002 at 10:11:04PM -0400, mike salehi wrote:

Yes and yes.

first to see if rndglinux is there
# pwd
# find . -name rndlinux
Then the the /usr/local/bin is a localfile system. They seem to be created 

You see, if I load gnupg-1.0.0 from all works. I just
needed the buil of the new one.


> /bin/sh ../scripts/mkinstalldirs /usr/local/lib/gnupg
>   /bin/install -c rndlinux /usr/local/lib/gnupg/rndlinux
> cp: cannot access /usr/local/lib/gnupg/rndlinux
> install: cp /usr/local/lib/gnupg/rndlinux rndlinux/rndlinux failed
>   /bin/install -c rndegd /usr/local/lib/gnupg/rndegd
> cp: cannot access /usr/local/lib/gnupg/rndegd
> install: cp /usr/local/lib/gnupg/rndegd rndegd/rndegd failed
>   /bin/install -c tiger /usr/local/lib/gnupg/tiger
> cp: /usr/local/lib/gnupg/tiger: is a directory

have you double checked to make sure that the source and desstination
in the install command exist?  i.e. do all the directories in
/usr/local/lib/gnupg exists?  and, can you find a rndlinux somewhere
in your build tree? in ~gpg1.0.7 do a find . -name rndlinux, what
happens?  is /usr/local physically on the box you are installing this
or is it maybe nfs mounted?  can you, as root, touch
/usr/local/some_test_file?  how about mkdir -p /usr/local/lib/gnupg
again as root?

Peter Abplanalp


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