dan | 1 Jan 14:59 2004
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Re: grcodes

On Wed, 31 Dec 2003 09:46:29 -0500 (EST),
"Daniel M. Bikel" <dbikel <at> linc.cis.upenn.edu> wrote:

> Hi, I've brought this up before, but has anyone noticed odd
> errors when compiling the texmf package from scratch on Panther
> (i.e., doing a 'fink install texmf')?  Specifically, the
> grcodes.tex file is causing a slew of problems.

I'm running Jaguar (10.2.8), and just updated to gcc3, and didn't
notice anything odd about tetex when I updated it.

> It would be *extremely* helpful if someone could post their
> version of that file so I could compare it with mine.

I don't know much about TeX's internals, but I can certainly do
that!  Is the attached attachment okay?

FWIW:

    /sw/share/texmf/omega/lambda/omegabook/grcodes.tex:
              MD2: bc4da18b49d42c04e2280a386e5843a3
              MD4: 74bbea030ce0a21e3b8b3a800d03f641
              MD5: 69fc4923005a52702300aa4ac55a8150
             MDC2: ed2bca50e970dd0537aa60e0886cda85
        RIPEMD160: 66ef6508d48bd9fd64e64dec1f62a4f283477e27
              SHA: c1c34bea849fac24dcf41ee75bb3e43477cd3754
             SHA1: e956087d7e0bb741143ce1f8f6764304f76c2363

HTH,
Dan
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Tom Harris | 1 Jan 19:33 2004
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Tetex

Looks like this is not a new topic to the group, but I'm still unable 
to understand or solve the problem.

I am trying to install gnucash without compiling everything so I am 
trying to install as many dependencies with apt-get as possible.

Here are the "additional packages" mentioned by fink (which, along the 
way says, "WARNING: While resolving dependency "date-manip-pm560" for 
package "date-manip-pm-5.42a-10", package "date-manip-pm560" was not 
found."):

  audiofile audiofile-bin audiofile-shlibs bonobo bonobo-dev 
bonobo-shlibs
  compress-zlib-pm compress-zlib-pm560 control-center-dev
  control-center-shlibs date-manip-pm date-manip-pm581 db3 db3-shlibs
  digest-md5-pm docbook-dsssl-nwalsh docbook-dtd docbook-xsl doxygen 
esound
  esound-bin esound-common esound-shlibs expat expat-shlibs file-spec-pm
  finance-quote-pm finance-quotehist-pm g-wrap g-wrap-dev g-wrap-shlibs 
gal19
  gal19-shlibs gal21 gal21-shlibs gawk gconf gconf-dev gconf-shlibs gdbm
  gdbm-shlibs gdbm3 gdbm3-shlibs gdk-pixbuf gdk-pixbuf-shlibs ghostscript
  ghostscript-fonts giflib giflib-bin giflib-shlibs glib glib-shlibs 
glibwww
  glibwww-shlibs gmp gmp-shlibs gnome-core gnome-core-dev 
gnome-core-shlibs
  gnome-libs gnome-libs-dev gnome-libs-shlibs gnome-mime-data gnome-print
  gnome-print-dev gnome-print-shlibs gnome-vfs gnome-vfs-dev 
gnome-vfs-shlibs
  gnumeric graphviz gtk+ gtk+-data gtk+-shlibs gtk-doc gtkhtml-dev
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Remi Mommsen | 1 Jan 19:45 2004
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Re: Tetex

Hi Tom,

On Jan 1, 2004, at 10:33 AM, Tom Harris wrote:

> Looks like this is not a new topic to the group, but I'm still unable 
> to understand or solve the problem.
>
> I am trying to install gnucash without compiling everything so I am 
> trying to install as many dependencies with apt-get as possible.
>
> Here are the "additional packages" mentioned by fink (which, along the 
> way says, "WARNING: While resolving dependency "date-manip-pm560" for 
> package "date-manip-pm-5.42a-10", package "date-manip-pm560" was not 
> found."):
>
>  audiofile audiofile-bin audiofile-shlibs bonobo bonobo-dev 
> bonobo-shlibs
>  compress-zlib-pm compress-zlib-pm560 control-center-dev
>  control-center-shlibs date-manip-pm date-manip-pm581 db3 db3-shlibs
>  digest-md5-pm docbook-dsssl-nwalsh docbook-dtd docbook-xsl doxygen 
> esound
>  esound-bin esound-common esound-shlibs expat expat-shlibs file-spec-pm
>  finance-quote-pm finance-quotehist-pm g-wrap g-wrap-dev g-wrap-shlibs 
> gal19
>  gal19-shlibs gal21 gal21-shlibs gawk gconf gconf-dev gconf-shlibs gdbm
>  gdbm-shlibs gdbm3 gdbm3-shlibs gdk-pixbuf gdk-pixbuf-shlibs 
> ghostscript
>  ghostscript-fonts giflib giflib-bin giflib-shlibs glib glib-shlibs 
> glibwww
>  glibwww-shlibs gmp gmp-shlibs gnome-core gnome-core-dev 
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Bart Silverstrim | 1 Jan 23:43 2004

dia

While trying to compile dia on a 10.3.2 system (fink -V gives
package manager version 0.17.4
distribution manager 0.6.2.cvs
)
I received the following errors; can anyone advise?
******
gcc -DHAVE_CONFIG_H -I. -I. -I../.. 
-DGNOMELOCALEDIR=\""/sw/share/locale"\"        
	-DG_LOG_DOMAIN=\"Echo\"					-I../.. 					-DORBIT2=1 
-I/sw/include/orbit-2.0 -I/sw/include/glib-2.0 
-I/sw/lib/glib-2.0/include -I/sw/include/bonobo-activation-2.0 
-I/sw/include/libxml2 -I/sw/include    -no-cpp-precomp -I/sw/include  
-O3 -funroll-loops -fstrict-aliasing -c Bonobo_Sample_Echo-common.c
gcc -DHAVE_CONFIG_H -I. -I. -I../.. 
-DGNOMELOCALEDIR=\""/sw/share/locale"\"        
	-DG_LOG_DOMAIN=\"Echo\"					-I../.. 					-DORBIT2=1 
-I/sw/include/orbit-2.0 -I/sw/include/glib-2.0 
-I/sw/lib/glib-2.0/include -I/sw/include/bonobo-activation-2.0 
-I/sw/include/libxml2 -I/sw/include    -no-cpp-precomp -I/sw/include  
-O3 -funroll-loops -fstrict-aliasing -c Bonobo_Sample_Echo-skels.c
gcc -DHAVE_CONFIG_H -I. -I. -I../.. 
-DGNOMELOCALEDIR=\""/sw/share/locale"\"        
	-DG_LOG_DOMAIN=\"Echo\"					-I../.. 					-DORBIT2=1 
-I/sw/include/orbit-2.0 -I/sw/include/glib-2.0 
-I/sw/lib/glib-2.0/include -I/sw/include/bonobo-activation-2.0 
-I/sw/include/libxml2 -I/sw/include    -no-cpp-precomp -I/sw/include  
-O3 -funroll-loops -fstrict-aliasing -c Bonobo_Sample_Echo-stubs.c
rm -f libEcho.a
ar cru libEcho.a Bonobo_Sample_Echo-common.o Bonobo_Sample_Echo-skels.o 
Bonobo_Sample_Echo-stubs.o
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Stephen Trowell | 2 Jan 12:31 2004
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fink fails to unpack file

I have recently installed Fink and Fink Commander under MacOSX 10.3.2 
(Xcode 1.1; Apple X11) and used it to install GIMP (awesome) and 
gperiodic.

However, now whenever I try to install ANY fink package - and I have 
tried several - I get an error message of this type (the example is 
from an attempted update to fink itself).

### execution of gzip failed, exit code 139
Unpacking the file fink-0.17.1.tar.gz of package fink-0.17.1-1 failed. 
The
most likely cause for this is a corrupted or incomplete download. Do 
you want
to delete the tarball and download it again? [Y/n]
Failed: unpacking file fink-0.17.1.tar.gz of package fink-0.17.1-1 
failed

If I respond Y the same failure repeats

With some files there is mention of a segmentation error.

When I went to the terminal and ran the same command I got the 
following error

~% gzip -dc /sw/src/fink-0.17.1.tar.gz | /sw/bin/tar -xvf-
Segmentation fault (core dumped)

I am not sure what happened to cause this problem. I haven't been able 
to find anything relevant (or that I can identify as relevant) and I 
would appreciate help.
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Martin Costabel | 2 Jan 12:55 2004
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Re: fink fails to unpack file

Stephen Trowell wrote:
[]
> ~% gzip -dc /sw/src/fink-0.17.1.tar.gz | /sw/bin/tar -xvf-
> Segmentation fault (core dumped)

If you repeat this with /usr/bin/tar instead of /sw/bin/tar, do you get 
the same result? And with /sw/bin/gzip vs /usr/bin/gzip?

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Tom Harris | 2 Jan 13:36 2004
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Re: Tetex

Thanks Remi,

Checking around, tetex is not installed anywhere else on the system. 
Interestingly, system-tetex was a dependency of doxygen as I tried to 
install it from binary. I think this might be a bug. Why it is calling 
for system-tetex instead of installing tetex I can't figure out.

Again (in more detail), this is what happens when I try to install 
doxygen:
---------------------------------
Reading Package Lists...
Building Dependency Tree...
The following extra packages will be installed:
   fileutils graphviz system-tetex tcltk tcltk-dev tcltk-shlibs
The following NEW packages will be installed:
   doxygen fileutils graphviz system-tetex tcltk tcltk-dev tcltk-shlibs
0 packages upgraded, 7 newly installed, 0 to remove and 3  not upgraded.
Need to get 11.0MB of archives. After unpacking 0B will be used.
Do you want to continue? [Y/n]
Get:1 http://us.dl.sourceforge.net 10.3/release/main fileutils 4.1-3 
[1285kB]
Get:2 http://us.dl.sourceforge.net 10.3/release/main system-tetex 
20010808-12 [2566B]
Get:3 http://us.dl.sourceforge.net 10.3/release/main tcltk-shlibs 
8.4.1-2 [815kB]
Get:4 http://us.dl.sourceforge.net 10.3/release/main tcltk-dev 8.4.1-2 
[928kB]
Get:5 http://us.dl.sourceforge.net 10.3/release/main tcltk 8.4.1-2 
[954kB]
Get:6 http://us.dl.sourceforge.net 10.3/release/main graphviz 1.8.5-4 
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Stephen Trowell | 2 Jan 14:23 2004
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Re: fink fails to unpack file

Martin,

On 02/01/2004, at 10:55 PM, Martin Costabel wrote:

> Stephen Trowell wrote:
> []
> > ~% gzip -dc /sw/src/fink-0.17.1.tar.gz | /sw/bin/tar -xvf-
> > Segmentation fault (core dumped)
>
> If you repeat this with /usr/bin/tar instead of /sw/bin/tar, do you get
> the same result?

Diiferent result, I presume this means the unpacking worked:

[Stephen-Trowells-Computer:~] stephent% gzip -dc 
/sw/src/fink-0.17.1.tar.gz | /usr/bin/tar -xvf-
fink-0.17.1/
fink-0.17.1/10.1/
fink-0.17.1/10.1/apt-0.5.4-4.info
fink-0.17.1/10.1/apt-0.5.4-4.patch
fink-0.17.1/10.1/base-files-1.6-1.info
fink-0.17.1/10.1/bzip2-1.0.2-1.info
fink-0.17.1/10.1/bzip2-1.0.2-1.patch
fink-0.17.1/10.1/bzip2-dev-1.0.2-1.info
fink-0.17.1/10.1/ChangeLog
fink-0.17.1/10.1/debianutils-1.16-1.info
fink-0.17.1/10.1/debianutils-1.16-1.patch
fink-0.17.1/10.1/dpkg-1.9.20-1.patch
fink-0.17.1/10.1/dpkg-1.9.20-3.info
fink-0.17.1/10.1/dpkg-1.9.20-3.patch
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David R. Morrison | 2 Jan 14:32 2004

Re: Tetex

I suggest "sudo apt-get install tetex".

The apt-get program is accepting system-tetex as a valid alternative to
tetex, without realizing that you won't be able to install it.  It
probably chooses system-tetex over tetex because s comes before t.

  -- Dave

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Martin Costabel | 2 Jan 15:00 2004
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Re: fink fails to unpack file

Stephen Trowell wrote:

> Martin,
> 
> On 02/01/2004, at 10:55 PM, Martin Costabel wrote:
> 
>     Stephen Trowell wrote:
>     []
>      > ~% gzip -dc /sw/src/fink-0.17.1.tar.gz | /sw/bin/tar -xvf-
>      > Segmentation fault (core dumped)
> 
>     If you repeat this with /usr/bin/tar instead of /sw/bin/tar, do you get
>     the same result?
> 
> 
> Different result, I presume this means the unpacking worked:

It seems clear now that your /sw/bin/tar is rotten. I would suggest to 
remove it, "sudo mv /sw/bin/tar /sw/bin/tar_rotten", and then "fink 
rebuild tar". Maybe "fink reinstall gettext" for good measure (since we 
don't know where the problem comes from, a little voodoo may help :-) ).

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