[nSLUG] Chapter Five - Progress?

bob ashley ashley at chebucto.ca
Fri May 13 00:48:38 ADT 2005


On Thu, 2005-12-05 at 07:32 -0300, bob ashley wrote:
> I ran ./configure --prefix=/usr again after following all the various
> latest tweaks offered. 
>  
> Then 
> 
> $ make
>  
> For the first time it worked!
>  
> Then 
>  
> # make install
>  
> It worked for quite awhile then bailed. Here's the prelude to the
> fall...
>  
> /home/robert/hplip-0.9.2/install-sh -d /etc/hp; \
> /usr/bin/install -c -m 644 /usr/share/hplip/hplip.conf /etc/hp; \
> if [ -d /etc/init.d ]; then \
> /usr/bin/install -c /usr/share/hplip/hplip /etc/init.d; \
> if  [ ""="" ]; then \
> if [ -x /install_initd ]; then \
>  /install_initd hplip; \
> else \
> /chkconfig hplip reset; \
> fi \
> fi \
> fi \
> fi \
> /bin/sh: line 1: /chkconfig: No such file or directory
> make [3]: *** [install-data-hook] Error 127
> make [3]: Leaving directory '/home/robert/hplip-0.9.2
> make [2]: *** [install-data-am] Error 2
> make [2]: Leaving directory '/home/robert/hplip-0.9.2
> make [1]: *** [install-am] Error 2
> make [1]: Leaving directory '/home/robert/hplip-0.9.2
> make: *** [install-recursive] Error 1
> debian:/home/robert/hplip-0.9.2#
>  
> So, if nothing else, there's at least no mention of those pesky
> libjpeg.so's or that incorrigible hpijs stuff.
>  
> Is this progress?
>  
>  Bob

Is there a workaround for this /chkconfig: No such file or directory
error?

Experimenting, thought I'd try apt-get'ting chkconfig. Got this message:

Package chkconfig is not availaible, but is referred to by another
package. This may mean that the package is missing, has been obsoleted,
or is only available from another source.
E: chkconfig has no installation candidate.

I found this at: http://www.netadmintools.com/art94.html

Without a tool like chkconfig, symbolic links to the scripts
in /etc/rc.d/init.d are typically created by hand at the appropriate run
levels. This can be messy & difficult to standardize. Also, it is
necessary to view the contents of each run level directory to see which
services are configured to run.

Thanks,

Bob


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