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Old 01-31-2013, 09:36 PM
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Question Hotot.pbi Error [Solved]
Hi all, I'm just coming to BSD, but I've been using GNU / Linux some years.

I know I still have much to learn from PC-BSD, but to be honest to see the files .PBI could not resist the temptation and I set out to prove it. I've gone a bit over the construction with EasyPBI and have chosen Hotot (QT4) as my first test but throws me an error compiling a little silly:

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Stop in /usr/ports/net-im/hotot.
BUILDERROR1!!
===>  License LGPL3 accepted by the user
=> hotot-0.9.8.10.tar.gz doesn't seem to exist in /usr/ports/distfiles/.
=> Attempting to fetch https://nodeload.github.com/shellex/Hotot/legacy.tar.gz/master?dummy=/hotot-0.9.8.10.tar.gz
fetch: 
https://nodeload.github.com/shellex/Hotot/legacy.tar.gz/master?dummy=/hotot-0.9.8.10.tar.gz: Not Found
=> Attempting to fetch http://nodeload.github.com/shellex/Hotot/legacy.tar.gz/master?dummy=/hotot-0.9.8.10.tar.gz
fetch: 
http://nodeload.github.com/shellex/Hotot/legacy.tar.gz/master?dummy=/hotot-0.9.8.10.tar.gz: Not Found
=> Attempting to fetch http://cloud.github.com/downloads/shellex/Hotot/hotot-0.9.8.10.tar.gz
fetch: 
http://cloud.github.com/downloads/shellex/Hotot/hotot-0.9.8.10.tar.gz: Forbidden
=> Attempting to fetch ftp://ftp.FreeBSD.org/pub/FreeBSD/ports/distfiles/hotot-0.9.8.10.tar.gz
fetch: 
ftp://ftp.FreeBSD.org/pub/FreeBSD/ports/distfiles/hotot-0.9.8.10.tar.gz: File unavailable (e.g., file not found, no access)
=> Couldn't fetch it - please try to retrieve this
=> port manually into /usr/ports/distfiles/ and try again.
*** [do-fetch] Error code 1

Stop in /usr/ports/net-im/hotot.
===>  Cleaning for hotot-0.9.8.10_1
pbi_makeport_chroot: make install of net-im/hotot failed!
Cleaning /usr/pbi/hotot-i386.chroot
Failed!
Of course I've reviewed the links to see if the package exists "hotot-0.9.8.10.tar.gz" and not in any of the servers. I tried to compile EasyPBI 1.3 and now with version 2.0 (follow the procedure described in the forum to update), am I missing something? That is, there is that points to a URL where the tar.gz does exist? Since the port is marked automatically.

I tested either with /usr/ports and ~/EasyPBI/ports with the same results. I also checked both the existence freshports.org its configuration package and have had no luck: http://www.freshports.org/net-im/hotot/

My system has QT and Development-Development-VCS, so in theory it should be all in order, I think. Note: if this is not: http://forums.pcbsd.org/showthread.php?t=19097 has something to do with the solution to my problem, I have not tried, I preferred to ask before trying.

Finally, something that confuses me is the versions of Hotot, as here: http://svnweb.freebsd.org/ports/head/net-im/hotot/ mark 2 versions.

Greetings and thanks for your help.

P.S. Sorry for my bad English level, but it is not my native language, in addition to my question here, but I found another place to do it.

Last edited by Perseo; 02-04-2013 at 05:22 PM.
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Old 02-01-2013, 01:13 PM
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It simply looks like the FreeBSD port for net-im/hotot is out of date. The current version of the program that is available is 0.9.9, while the port is trying to find the source package for version 0.9.8.10 (which it is failing to do). I would send the port maintainer an email letting he know that the port needs to be updated as it is no longer able to fetch the packages for the current port version.

EasyPBI (both version 1.x and 2.x) are simply front-ends to the build infrastructure for PBI's (and FreeBSD ports by extension), so if there is a problem like this then it usually comes down to an error in the port or it's configuration, not in EasyPBI or the PBI build format. So you should not need to follow what nemysis wrote in that forum post, it looks like he was simply sharing a special script that he uses/wrote to keep his tools up to date.

Looking at the svnweb.freebsd.org link you posted, it almost appears that the port maintainer "partially" upgraded the port to the new version (0.9.9.8) 3 months ago, then downgraded it to the current version (0.9.8.10) about 8 weeks ago. This is rather unexpected, so again, contacting the port maintainer is the only way to actually learn what is going on with it.
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Thanks a lot. It has been made quite clear. I hope to continue providing my small effort to all users of PC-BSD. Excellent work and initiative yours.

Thank you all for everything.
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Thanks a lot. It has been made quite clear. I hope to continue providing my small effort to all users of PC-BSD. Excellent work and initiative yours.

Thanks to all and for everything!

Where the thread is closed? I can not see the option :P
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Just change the title of the thread to show [CLOSED], that is good enough... :-)
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