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Old 06-29-2004, 09:35 PM   #1
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Question Building a nagios package.

Hi. I've tried checkinstall and the makepkg methods, but it don't works.
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How did you use makepkg? did you create a new directory and inside it create a directory structure like in / with all the files there from your program. then, from just inside the toplevel of the new main directory run makepkg
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I followed the procedure of
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If you don't give any more details, it is impossible to say what's going wrong. So if you want help, please provide some details about what commands you did use to compile the package, what errors you got etc. etc.


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