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Old 01-16-2004, 03:55 AM   #1
Waldi
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Checkinstall faults after upgrading to "current"


Recently I have upgraded my Slack 9.1 to "current" via Swaret and everything works OK except checkinstall. When checkinstall tries to execute "make install", error "memory protection fault" appears and it stops (normal "make install" works OK). I think this error comes from "tracing" module of checkinstall. I tried install 1.6.0-beta3 version from source, it installs without problems, but "in action" produces the same error.
Does anybody have the same problem? What may be wrong? I really don't want to downgrade, and "checkinstall" is essential for me, as I install most software from source.
Maybe there is an another program or script for Slack packages creation? Or at least good tutorial?
Please, help.
 
  


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