[kde-freebsd] Re: [CFT] KDE SC 4.6.0 for FreeBSD.
Raphael Kubo da Costa
kubito at gmail.com
Tue Feb 1 02:21:10 CET 2011
Hannes <list_kde-freebsd at soulrebel.in-berlin.de> writes:
> **BUILD STAGE**
> I did a pkg_delete -a, reinstalled xorg and qt4 from packages and then
> built most of kde by "make install clean".
> - kdebase4-workspace and nepomukcontroller are not make_jobs_safe
> although they claim to be
This is weird -- I compile everything from trunk (ie I don't use the KDE
ports), and I'm always able to compile each module with gmake -j3 here.
> - kdepim4 wants libassuan.1, but the port only provides .0 (manually
> changing the Makefile solved this)
Maybe the port is wrong? I can run kdepim just fine with libassuan.0.
> ** RUN STAGE**
> Most things seem to work pretty well, only issue so far is that I
> can't make kmail run. It starts the kmail migration wizard thingee,
> which successfully migrates all my ressources. When I click Ok the
> migration wizard dissappears, but Kmail doesn't open. ps ax shows both
> kmail and the migration tool running invisible in the background. I
> tried killing both and starting again, but to no avail. The migration
> manager opens again, tells me that everything is already migrated and
> that i am ready to go...
> I do not want to reset my settings since I have lots of complicated
> filters set up and my aggregation and list view are heavily
> Oh and all the apps give me:
> kmail-migrator(31594)/kdeui (KIconLoader): Unable to find an
> appropriate lock to guard the shared cache. This *should* be
> essentially impossible. :(
> kmail-migrator(31594)/kdeui (KIconLoader): Unable to perform initial
> setup, this system probably does not really support process-shared
> pthreads or semaphores, even though it claims otherwise
Hmm, I hope when 4.6.x migrates to the ports tree kdepim remains at the
4.4.x series until a stable release is made, otherwise we will have
Can you compile at least the pim-related ports with WITH_DEBUG=1, check
if you need to enable some debug information with 'kdebugdialog' and
then run this again? You should get some more useful output.
After that, I recommend filing bug reports on bugs.kde.org -- kdepim 4.6
is still under development, and some time ago the developers said they
needed more migration reports.
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