[ic] catalog working, no admin/login, unable to checkout
ic_support at mnwebdesign.com
Fri Sep 2 14:59:27 UTC 2011
> -----Original Message-----
> From: interchange-users-bounces at icdevgroup.org
> [mailto:interchange-users-bounces at icdevgroup.org] On Behalf Of Peter
> Sent: Friday, September 02, 2011 1:57 AM
> To: interchange-users at icdevgroup.org
> Subject: Re: [ic] catalog working, no admin/login, unable to checkout
> On 02/09/11 13:08, IC Support wrote:
> > OK, I did this as user curt, from your guide:
> > $ sudo yum -y install gcc gdbm-devel openssl-devel tk-devel
> > expat-devel make $ cd $ wget
> > http://www.cpan.org/src/perl-5.12.3.tar.gz
> > $ tar -xvzf perl-5.12.1.tar.gz
> > $ cd perl-5.12.1
> > $ ./Configure -des -Dprefix=/usr/local/perl-5.12.3 $ make $
> make test
> > That is as far as I got, failed 1 test. Should I be root instead?
> Ok, no, this is correct (except I said to do it with 5.12.4
> but it should have worked with 5.12.3 as well and I have in
> fact tested that in the past). I honestly don't know why it
> failed the test for you but I'll do some further testing and
> get back to you. Maybe you have some package installed that
> is enabling a feature that i don't have and that is what's failing.
> Can you tell me again which test is failing?
as user curt, during 'make test' it fails and gives:
Failed 1 test out of 1695, 99.94% okay.
### Since not all tests were successful, you may want to run some of
### them individually and examine any diagnostic messages they produce.
### See the INSTALL document's section on "make test".
### You have a good chance to get more information by running
### ./perl harness
### in the 't' directory since most (>=80%) of the tests succeeded.
### You may have to set your dynamic library search path,
### LD_LIBRARY_PATH, to point to the build directory:
### setenv LD_LIBRARY_PATH `pwd`; cd t; ./perl harness
### LD_LIBRARY_PATH=`pwd`; export LD_LIBRARY_PATH; cd t; ./perl harness
### export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=`pwd`; cd t; ./perl harness
### for csh-style shells, like tcsh; or for traditional/modern
### Bourne-style shells, like bash, ksh, and zsh, respectively.
u=4.62 s=2.09 cu=371.72 cs=74.00 scripts=1695 tests=349509
make: *** [test] Error 1
I ran ./perl harness and several tests were skipped for various reasons, but
it was hard to keep track of everything, I may need to run it again (as user
curt) and look for a log file.
setenv LD_LIBRARY_PATH `pwd`
setenv: command not found
I checked around for a way to 'install' setenv and came up empty.
I also went here perl-5.12.4/cpan/Cwd/t and did:
and got this:
opendir(linktest/../../../../../../../../../..): Permission denied at
./cwd.t line 213 not ok 25
# Failed test at ./cwd.t line 213.
# doesn't match
ok 26 - abs_path() can be invoked on a file
ok 27 - fast_abs_path() can be invoked on a file
ok 28 - _perl_abs_path() can be invoked on a file
ok 29 - abs_path() can be invoked on a file
ok 30 - fast_abs_path() can be invoked on a file
ok 31 - _perl_abs_path() can be invoked on a file
ok 32 - abs_path() works on files in the root directory
ok 33 - fast_abs_path() works on files in the root directory
ok 34 - _perl_abs_path() works on files in the root directory
and looked up line 213:
like(Cwd::_perl_abs_path($file), qr|$want$|i) if $EXTRA_ABSPATH_TESTS;
I hope that answers your question.
And this is what has heppened since my last email. I tried configuring and
running make and make test as root. You are saying that I WAS doing it
correctly (running make test as curt), so this may all be moot.
# cd perl-5.12.4
# ./Configure -des -Dprefix=/usr/local/perl-5.12.4
# make test
# make install
# cd /usr/local
# sudo ln -s perl-5.12.4 perl
This got me through make test and the install error free. I got through
Text-Query issues and finished the perl install, however, when I do:
This is perl, v5.8.8 built for x86_64-linux-thread-multi
This perl was built by DirectAdmin when they setup my new VPS
This is perl, v5.10.0 built for x86_64-linux-v
This is a version I tried as root (which you once questioned my choice of
version), it won't go away, how can I get it out of there? Do I just remove
/usr/local/bin/perl? Again, maybe I should not be doing this as root.
perl: /usr/src/perl-5.12.4/perl.c /usr/src/perl-5.12.4/perl.h
/usr/src/perl-5.12.4/perl.o /usr/src/perl-5.12.4/perl /usr/bin/perl
/usr/local/bin/perl /usr/local/perl /usr/share/man/man1/perl.1.gz
OK, I am going to take a break for awhile and come back to this later today.
If you have anything to add please do. 8-)
Many thanks for all your efforts, Peter!
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