So i'm trying to install mupdf, but am having trouble cloning the git-repo. When I type makepkg, this is what I get
==> Making package: mupdf-git 1.3.14.gdf42421-1 (Mon Sep 23 16:21:24 MDT 2013) ==> Checking runtime dependencies... ==> Checking buildtime dependencies... ==> Retrieving sources... -> Cloning mupdf git repo... Cloning into bare repository '/home/christian/.aur/mupdf-git/mupdf'...
And then it just waits forever. I've also tried the powedown-git package and I get the same thing. I noticed that there is a source url in the PKGBUILD's that start with git://<url>. I thought that this was normal, but just in case I changed it to start with https://. Now the clone succeeds, but the build fails with something like this:
==> Starting pkgver()... /home/christian/.aur/powerdown-git/PKGBUILD: line 20: cd: /home/christian/.aur/powerdown-git/src/powerdown: No such file or directory ==> Entering fakeroot environment... ==> Starting package()... /home/christian/.aur/powerdown-git/PKGBUILD: line 25: cd: /home/christian/.aur/powerdown-git/src/powerdown: No such file or directory ==> ERROR: A failure occurred in package(). Aborting...
After that makepkg fails I'm left with the following files
[christian@archbox] 4:45 PM ~/.aur/mupdf-git % ls -R .: mupdf.git mupdf-git.install PKGBUILD src ./src: mupdf.git
where mupdf.git is just an html file. Anyone have any ideas?
Last edited by cris9288 (2013-10-02 01:20:34)
What does the mupdf.git html file say? Is it a "helpful" message from your ISP?
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Sorry for the late reply guys. I was at school when I was trying to build these packages. I didn't really think about the possibility of the git:// port being blocked by the school, but I think that must've been it because I came home and built mupdf and powerdown without a problem.