[tex-live] fmtutil-sys not playing nice. (OpenBSD-sparc64)

Edd Barrett vext01 at gmail.com
Sat May 5 22:59:27 CEST 2007

Hi guys,

I have just tried the OpenBSD port on a sparc64 machine because its a
great test to see if I have done it properly( reverse byte order and
all ).

It seems that fmtutil-sys --all dies in a different manner each time,
even after a make clean. How odd. This is how I am initialising the
distribution after the build succeeds (Makefile.in):

                TEXMFLOCAL=${MK_TEXMFLOCAL} \
                TEXMFMAIN=${MK_TEXMFMAIN} \

        # OpenBSD alteration
        cd texk/web2c/omegafonts && $(MAKE) install-links
        ${TETEXENV} $(srcdir)/selfautofix "${DESTDIR}$(bindir)"
        ${TETEXENV} mktexlsr
        ${TETEXENV} fmtutil-sys --all
        ${TETEXENV} texlinks
        ${TETEXENV} kpsewhich --format='web2c files' updmap.cfg >/dev/null
        ${TETEXENV} updmap-sys

The above was derived from the Makefile.in in the root dir of the
source.tar.bz2. I reformatted that section so that I could comprehend
it. I works 100% on i386.

Basically I get the dreaded "Not all formats have been built
successfully." error, but sometimes on latex, sometimes on xelatex,
sometimes on others.

Can you think of why this is? Or can you see anything wrong with how I
am creating the formats.

Best Regards



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