CVS 20020914 bzip2 install failure
Bill Maltby LFS Related
lfsbill at wlmcs.com
Mon Sep 16 22:49:12 PDT 2002
On Tue, 17 Sep 2002, Tushar Teredesai wrote:
> Bill Maltby LFS Related wrote:
> >ln: `/usr/bin/bzegrep': File exists
> >make: *** [install] Error 1
> Before doing a make install, I do the following:
> rm -f /usr/bin/bzegrep /usr/bin/bzfgrep /usr/bin/bzcmp
Yep, that's what I'm doing too! But, I think the computer is faster and
more reliable in doing it than I am. So, my philosophy is to have *simple*
restart needs handled by things like make when possible.
I was rather surprised to see that this is not more consistently done.
Grep has exactly the same problem. And there are others.
I wonder what I'm missing in this scenario? Computer = fast, accurate,
reliable. Human = slow, inaccurate, unreliable. Which one should handle
basic restart "clean up"?
I figured LFS does not do it because of the educational aspects. That's OK
by me. But when a real mature distributed package doesn't do it, I am a
little surprised. What the hell is make for if not to destroy things? ;)
> Tushar Teredesai
> LFS ID: 1377
billm at wlmcs.com
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