[Nut-upsuser] Can't claim USB device
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Tue Apr 7 17:58:06 UTC 2009
2009/4/7 Brandon Metcalf <brandon at geronimoalloys.com>
> ----- Arnaud Quette <aquette.dev at gmail.com> wrote:
> > 2009/4/6 Brandon Metcalf <brandon at geronimoalloys.com>
> > > What do you mean by backport the packages in jaunty? What is involved
> > > doing this?
> > >
> > - getting the source package (.dsc, .orig.tar.gz and .diff.gz) from here
> > http://packages.ubuntu.com/jaunty/nut
> > - install the build toolchain (gcc, make, ...) andautotools-dev fakeroot
> > dh-make build-essential devscripts
> > - unpack the source package: dpkg-source -x *.dsc
> > - from the build dir: debuild -us -uc
> > - you'll be warned of the missing prerequisites
> > - once built successfully, your debs will be in the parent dir.
> I'm running "debuild -us -uc" and, as you said, getting a lot of unmet
> build dependencies. My questions are, should I upgrade my hardy system with
> these dependencies or override them with -d? I ultimately want to install
> nut 2.4.1 on a different server system running hardy. Will these
> dependencies need to be upgraded on this server system as well? If so, I'm
> not sure I want to configure this system beyond the standard hardy install.
it depends on the deps!
first, you can trim down debian/control Build-deps, remove the powerman-pdu
packages and possibly some more (nut-snmp?) according to your needs.
then go to debian/rules and remove the uneeded options from the configure
after that, the remaining deps should be straightworfard... you may want to
force --without-wrap or bring down the dep on libwrap too.
maybe one more iirc: the debhelper dep. can be brought down to hardy's
version if you remove the dh_lintian call in debian/rules.
Thanks for your help. As you suggested, I would prefer to install a deb
> package for nut 2.4.1 since it does offer better integration.
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