• Compiling SBBS - error

    From deon@VERT/ALTERANT to Digital Man on Tue May 16 00:19:25 2023
    Hey DM,

    I kicked off a compile today, and it errored with:

    Installing to /opt/sbbs
    cp -r /opt/sbbs/repo/src/sbbs3/gcc.linux.x64.exe.release/readsauce /opt/sbbs/exec/readsauce
    cp -r /opt/sbbs/repo/src/sbbs3/gcc.linux.x64.exe.release/smbactiv /opt/sbbs/exec/smbactiv
    cp: cannot stat '/opt/sbbs/repo/src/sbbs3/gcc.linux.x64.exe.release/smbactiv': No such file or directory
    make: *** [GNUmakefile:195: install] Error 1

    I saw that smbactive was removed recently (96a9243), but a quick search of code, sees reminants in GNUmakefile and other files, which I'm wondering is a cause of the problem...?

    https://gitlab.synchro.net/search?group_id=2&project_id=13&repository_ref=master&scope=blobs&search=smbactiv


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  • From deon@VERT/ALTERANT to Digital Man on Tue May 16 17:32:37 2023
    Re: Compiling SBBS - error
    By: deon to Digital Man on Tue May 16 2023 12:19 am

    I kicked off a compile today, and it errored with: '/opt/sbbs/repo/src/sbbs3/gcc.linux.x64.exe.release/smbactiv': No such file or directory
    make: *** [GNUmakefile:195: install] Error 1

    I saw that smbactive was removed recently (96a9243), but a quick search of code, sees reminants in GNUmakefile and other files, which I'm wondering is a cause of the problem...?

    https://gitlab.synchro.net/search?group_id=2&project_id=13&repository_ref=ma ste r&scope=blobs&search=smbactiv

    Still happens with commit 5c12fc2e. :(

    Another search of the repository shows install/GNUmakefile referencing smbactive. And that's the install GNUmakefile referenced by http://wiki.synchro.net/install:nix


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  • From Digital Man@VERT to deon on Tue May 16 09:38:25 2023
    Re: Compiling SBBS - error
    By: deon to Digital Man on Tue May 16 2023 05:32 pm

    Re: Compiling SBBS - error
    By: deon to Digital Man on Tue May 16 2023 12:19 am

    I kicked off a compile today, and it errored with: '/opt/sbbs/repo/src/sbbs3/gcc.linux.x64.exe.release/smbactiv': No such file or directory
    make: *** [GNUmakefile:195: install] Error 1

    I saw that smbactive was removed recently (96a9243), but a quick search of code, sees reminants in GNUmakefile and other files, which I'm wondering is a cause of the problem...?

    https://gitlab.synchro.net/search?group_id=2&project_id=13&repository_ref =ma ste r&scope=blobs&search=smbactiv

    Still happens with commit 5c12fc2e. :(

    Make you just need to do a 'make clean' first?

    Another search of the repository shows install/GNUmakefile referencing smbactive. And that's the install GNUmakefile referenced by http://wiki.synchro.net/install:nix

    Thanks. I don't think you're using that GNUmakefile however. That's a single-use install file - but still good to know that reference was there (and now removed).
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  • From deon@VERT/ALTERANT to Digital Man on Wed May 17 09:19:49 2023
    Re: Compiling SBBS - error
    By: Digital Man to deon on Tue May 16 2023 09:38 am

    Still happens with commit 5c12fc2e. :(

    Make you just need to do a 'make clean' first?

    Thanks. I don't think you're using that GNUmakefile however. That's a single-use install file - but still good to know that reference was there (and now removed).

    I run Synchronet in Docker, which by definition, building the container is a "clean install". So make clean not required (as it is a fresh git clone), and I launch the build using that GNUmakefile as per the wiki instructions.

    I patched that file manually before sending my last message, and the compile completed successfully, so it is used as part of the install (as per the wiki? <confused>)


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  • From Digital Man@VERT to deon on Tue May 16 17:54:38 2023
    Re: Compiling SBBS - error
    By: deon to Digital Man on Wed May 17 2023 09:19 am

    Re: Compiling SBBS - error
    By: Digital Man to deon on Tue May 16 2023 09:38 am

    Still happens with commit 5c12fc2e. :(

    Make you just need to do a 'make clean' first?

    Thanks. I don't think you're using that GNUmakefile however. That's a single-use install file - but still good to know that reference was there (and now removed).

    I run Synchronet in Docker, which by definition, building the container is a "clean install". So make clean not required (as it is a fresh git clone), and I launch the build using that GNUmakefile as per the wiki instructions.

    I patched that file manually before sending my last message, and the compile completed successfully, so it is used as part of the install (as per the wiki? <confused>)

    Ah, I see. Yes, that install/GNUmakefile is used during install, so it was definitely an issue, I just didn't see how it was *your* issue - but now I do. Thanks,
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  • From Tracker1@VERT/TRN to deon on Fri Jun 16 11:38:46 2023
    Re: Compiling SBBS - error
    By: deon to Digital Man on Wed May 17 2023 09:19:49

    I run Synchronet in Docker, which by definition, building the container is a "clean install". So make clean not required (as it is a fresh git clone), and I launch the build using that GNUmakefile as per the wiki instructions.

    I patched that file manually before sending my last message, and the compile completed successfully, so it is used as part of the install (as per the wiki? <confused>)

    FYI, I'll try and get the bbs-io for the 3.20a working this weekend if I have the time. It's been on my todo list for a while, but seem to encounter several issues with the data conversion with symlinked ctrl/data/xtrnnode* directories.


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