From: Thomas Goodsell <thom.goodsell@us...> - 2000-07-13 13:02:58
Much thanks; it works great now.
Perhaps I should rephrase -- I like the convenience of package systems, when
Bruno Haible <haible@...> wrote:
> Thomas Goodsell writes:
> > I've another question. I installed the clisp-2000.03.06-1mdk rpm (from
> > rpmfind.net) and it's giving me fits. When I run /usr/bin/clisp, I get
> > lovely message:
> > /usr/bin/clisp: /var/tmp/clisp-buildroot/usr/lib/clisp/base/lisp.run: No
> > file or directory
> > I can start things up manually, using lisp.run -M lispinit.mem, but that's
> > pain. I can also compile and install from source and have everything run
> > nicely. I'd really like to keep the RPM, though (I like package
> The above message is a reason to dislike package systems, isn't it?
> > I'm guessing I need to recreate the /usr/bin/clisp binary. Is there any
> > to do this without source? How should it be done (with or without
> Try the following commands:
> sed -e 's%/var/tmp/clisp-buildroot%////////////////////////%g' \
> < /usr/bin/clisp > /usr/bin/clisp.new
> chmod a+rx /usr/bin/clisp.new
> mv /usr/bin/clisp.new /usr/bin/clisp
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