[PD] ANN: New Pd-L2Ork x86_64 and Raspberry Pi release now available together with comprehensive how-to

rolfm at dds.nl rolfm at dds.nl
Mon Jun 10 23:46:34 CEST 2013

Ivica Ico Bukvic <ico at vt.edu> schreef:

>> no, it didn't (yet?)
>> first there was the message that some dpkg data was locked.
>> trying to resolve that, there was found a strange new update file,
>> filled with " #padding" lines.
>> up until now i did not succeed to 'repair' the dpkg process
>> i'll inform you lateron
>> rolf
> That looks like something on your dpkg setup is messed up. You may  
> want to google for a resolution.
> Best wishes,
> Ico

hi ico,

i made a fresh install of Ubuntu 12.04
repeated all the steps described by you / at the l2ork site.
i used this command to save the output:
./tar_em_up.sh -B | tee l2ork-out.txt

according to this file (attached) there should be a deb.

in the terminal window however the text at the end is:

fakeroot dpkg-deb --build  
getopt: onbekende optie '--build'
fakeroot, create a fake root environment.
    usage: fakeroot [-l|--lib fakerootlib] [-f|--faked fakedbin]
                    [-i file] [-s file] [-u|--unknown-is-real]
		   [-b|--fd-base fd] [-h|--help] [-v|--version]
                    [--] [command]
make: *** [deb] Fout 1
move full installer...
mv: kan status van ‘*.deb’ niet opvragen: Bestand of map bestaat niet

apparently the error messages are not included in the file.

there is no deb.


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