[rkward-users] Need help on install rkward on Mac
mingtianni at gmail.com
Wed Oct 12 03:57:28 UTC 2011
Thank you Thomas! I'll try kde-mac later on.
I re-ran the install command a few times more and now got the
following error message:
[ 37%] Built target kdeui
make: *** [all] Error 2
### execution of /var/tmp/tmp.1.I0o0T8 failed, exit code 2
Removing runtime build-lock...
Removing build-lock package...
/sw/bin/dpkg-lockwait -r fink-buildlock-kdelibs4-x11-4.4.1-2
(Reading database ... 138763 files and directories currently installed.)
Removing fink-buildlock-kdelibs4-x11-4.4.1-2 ...
Reading buildlock packages...
/sw/bin/dpkg-lockwait -i /sw/fink/debs/openexr-dev_1.4.0-1023_darwin-i386.deb
Selecting previously deselected package openexr-dev.
(Reading database ... 138762 files and directories currently installed.)
Unpacking openexr-dev (from .../openexr-dev_1.4.0-1023_darwin-i386.deb) ...
Setting up openexr-dev (1.4.0-1023) ...
Clearing dependency_libs of .la files being installed
Failed: phase compiling: kdelibs4-x11-4.4.1-2 failed
On Tue, Oct 11, 2011 at 8:47 AM, Thomas Friedrichsmeier
<thomas.friedrichsmeier at ruhr-uni-bochum.de> wrote:
> On Monday 10 October 2011, Mingtian Ni wrote:
>> Some other thread mentioned that pre-existing old version MacPython
>> (V2.4 in my case) could be the problem. So, I removed MacPytho
>> (instruction here:
>> http://mac.downloadatoz.com/tutorial/3498,macpython.html). The install
>> managed to go a little bit further. Now the error messages are:
>> [ 58%] Built target knewstuff2
>> make: *** [all] Error 2
>> ### execution of /var/tmp/tmp.1.ftF0fY failed, exit code 2
> could you post a couple of lines above that? There should be another error
> message before this one.
> Anyway, however, posting to kde-mac at kde.org may give you better help on this
> particular problem. Until the build process reaches rkward itself (should not
> be too much longer from this point), we probably won't have too much insight.
> (Again, I'm sorry that we can't provide better support for Mac at the moment,
> but again, we hope that this will improve considerably in a few weeks.)
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