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I have been trying to set up my own sbcl using the 0.9.9 sources. Using the
default options, and sh make.sh everything seems to work. The problem
appears when you try to start up Slime, and you get the error "Don't know
how to require sb-bsd-sockets". Googleing for help was not useful at all.
Looking at the SBCL installation folder, there is no any package with the
contrib libraries (sb-bsd-sockets, asdf, and so on). After looking carefull=
to the scripts that help to set up the new binaries (make.sh and install.sh=
and specially if you type the make-target-contrib.sh, all the contribs
packages fail. I don't know the reason. I'm using Debian 3.0.
Could you please tell me what's going on here? Do I have to set up these
packages by hand (if so, how)
Thanks in advance for your help
"Peter Hertmuller" <phertmuller@...> writes:
> I have been trying to set up my own sbcl using the 0.9.9 sources. Using the
> default options, and sh make.sh everything seems to work. The problem appears
> when you try to start up Slime, and you get the error "Don't know how to
> require sb-bsd-sockets". Googleing for help was not useful at all. Looking at
After "sh make.sh" run "sh install.sh" as root to install the newly
built SBCL and the contribs. If INSTALL_ROOT is non-default you need
to set the appropriate SBCL_HOME (refer to the INSTALL file for details).
If this fails, please report the exact sequence of steps as in
$ sh make.sh
...omitted build log (but include the bit at the end that reports
a succesfull build...
$ sudo sh install.sh
and the contents of the *inferior-lisp* buffer after starting Slime.
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