[blfs-support] wicd error

spiky martynvidler at aol.com
Sat Sep 24 11:34:39 PDT 2016



On 09/24/16 19:26, Paul Hentschel wrote:
> On 09/24/2016 02:21 PM, Paul Hentschel wrote:
>> On 09/24/2016 02:15 PM, Paul Hentschel wrote:
>>> On 09/24/2016 01:53 PM, spiky wrote:
>>>> sed "/detection failed/ a\ self.init=\'init\/default\/wicd\'" \
>>>>     -i.orig setup.py &&
>>>>
>>>> rm po/*.po           &&
>>>>
>>>> python setup.py configure --no-install-kde     \
>>>>                           --no-install-acpi    \
>>>>                           --no-install-pmutils \
>>>>                           --no-install-init    \
>>>> --no-install-gnome-shell-extensions \
>>>>                           --docdir=/usr/share/doc/wicd-1.7.4
>>>
>>>
>>> Try this and tell me if it works:
>>> sed "/detection failed/ a\ self.init=\'init\/default\/wicd\'" \
>>>     -i.orig setup.py &&
>>>
>>> rm po/*.po           &&
>>>
>>> python setup.py configure --no-install-kde     \
>>>                           --no-install-acpi    \
>>>                           --no-install-pmutils \
>>>                           --no-install-init    \
>>>                           --no-install-gnome-shell-extensions \
>>>                           --docdir=/usr/share/doc/wicd-1.7.4
>>>
>>> Paul
>>
>> Hmm, the extra spaces I added are not in the reply I sent. I added 15
>> spaces after the a\ in the sed to make it work for a total of 16 spaces.
>> Here it is again:
>>
>> sed "/detection failed/ a\ self.init=\'init\/default\/wicd\'" \
>>     -i.orig setup.py &&
>>
>> rm po/*.po           &&
>>
>> python setup.py configure --no-install-kde     \
>>                           --no-install-acpi    \
>>                           --no-install-pmutils \
>>                           --no-install-init    \
>>                           --no-install-gnome-shell-extensions \
>>                           --docdir=/usr/share/doc/wicd-1.7.4
>>
>> Paul
>
> It appears the extra spaces I add to that line keep getting stripped 
> in the email. Anyways, after running the sed command and before 
> running configure, edit setup.py, line 321, and line up the 
> indentation on that line with the other lines.
That fixed it thanks for that.


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