How to tell if package installation is succeeding?
Bill Maltby LFS Related
lfsbill at wlmlx1.wlmcs.com
Mon Mar 4 08:54:23 PST 2002
What I do is capture the output in a file, like
some_command >/some_command.log 2>&1
Then I can edit, view, more it.
billm at wlmcs.com
On Mon, 4 Mar 2002, Hannes Birnbacher wrote:
> Antwort auf die Message vom 04 Mrz 2002 von Steve Purdy:
> > So much stuff flies across the screen during compilation,
> > it's difficult to know if it has succeeded or failed after is
> > stops. Is there a way to spot errors right away?
> If you see much stuff, it has succeeded;-). Error messages often
> produce a few lines only.
> Maybe you wish to enter the installation scripts line by line,
> leaving out the "&&". So you can see if at the end of configure,
> compile etc. there is the one line telling you that something
> went wrong.
> Disclaimer: I'm a beginner like you. Just completed Chapter 5 +
> If you wanna be good, you gotta read.
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