[Slackbuilds-users] building sage dies after hours of work
Jim.Diamond at acadiau.ca
Mon Apr 13 12:29:24 UTC 2015
I'm trying to use sboinstall to install sage.
First I tried
env INSTALLSCRIPTS=yes PDFDOC=yes OPTIONALSPKG="dot2tex" sboinstall sage
which crunched for some hours and then crashed and burned because of
some complaint about brazil when creating the PDFs. Rather than
debugging that, I decided to forego the PDFs and did
env INSTALLSCRIPTS=yes OPTIONALSPKG="dot2tex" sboinstall sage
This item it ends with
Successfully installed jsmath-image-fonts-1.3p1
Deleting temporary build directory
Finished installing jsmath-image-fonts-1.3p1.spkg
Attempting to download package not
>>> Checking online list of optional packages.
>>> Checking online list of experimental packages.
>>> Checking online list of standard packages.
>>> Checking online list of huge packages.
>>> Checking online list of archive packages.
Error: could not find a package matching not on http://www.sagemath.org/
sage: sage.SlackBuild return non-zero
- env INSTALLSCRIPTS=yes OPTIONALSPKG="dot2tex" sboinstall sage 9623.06s user 529.37s system 23% cpu 12:10:58.29 total
Of course, I can not do dot2tex and then forget the installscripts,
but since there is a lot of build time (especially since my "-j 8" sbo
option is ignored) , I'd like to avoid random poking.
Does anyone have any words of wisdom?
Slackware 64 14.1 (yes, the evil unsupported multi-lib version).
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