Package Details: bunsen-utilities-git r741.28dd596-1

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Package Base: bunsen-utilities-git
Description: Collection of utility scripts
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Licenses: GPL3
Conflicts: bunsen-utilities
Provides: bunsen-utilities
Submitter: jsoy9pQbYVNu5nfU
Maintainer: micwoj92
Last Packager: micwoj92
Votes: 1
Popularity: 0.29
First Submitted: 2015-09-02 11:03 (UTC)
Last Updated: 2024-04-14 18:25 (UTC)

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ondoho commented on 2016-06-22 07:06 (UTC)

the package installs ok, but only bl-aerosnap, bl-exitrc and bl-hotcorners, but not the other files as seen here: this causes problems with other bunsen packages. i tried to understand what anaximander did (makepkg -sri), but did not succeed.

ondoho commented on 2016-06-22 06:25 (UTC)

strange, i had the same problem with bunsen-openbox-pipemenus-git, but not with this package. anyhow, i commented on bunsen-openbox-pipemenus-git and will contact the maintainer through the bunsenlabs forums.

Anaximander commented on 2016-05-05 17:48 (UTC) (edited on 2016-05-09 19:49 (UTC) by Anaximander)

Well -- not sure what is going on. In an attempt to install Bunsen-openbox-pipemenus-git, this is required. After patching file bl-hotcorners, it fails with install: cannot stat 'bl-*': no such file or directory. I then tried to manually install this. Ran makepkg -sri, received same error. Opened bl-hotcorners, and made the patch change on line 12. Still receiving same error. While poking around in the PKGBUILD, I noticed that the directories expected weren't quite matching up with the directories that were created. Towards the bottom, you have install -t ${pkgdir}/usr/bin however the what is created under pkg is actually ${pkgdir}/bin. If I make the changes so it's ${pkgdir}/bin, then the installation fails that /bin already exists. So, restarted. Was able to install after downloading the items creating src/bunsen-utilities/usr and moving src/bunsen-utilities/bin to src/bunsen-utilities/usr/bin. This allowed the installation to complete. Now it appears that I'll need to essentially do the exact same thing with the pipemenus package.