Installing Eddie under Debian GNU/Linux (Sarge/Woody)?

Thomas Fischbacher <>
Fri Jul 15 21:10:51 CEST 2005


On Fri, 15 Jul 2005, Thomas Fischbacher wrote:

> At least, "make dns_server" seems to work well now.

With some extra bad treatment of the code in a few places, I am a step 
further towards getting a working eddie. Now, make stops here:

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/usr/bin/erlc -bbeam  -W -I/usr/lib/erlang/lib/mnemosyne-1.2.5/ebin -I/tmp/eddie-1.5.1/misc/include -I/tmp/eddie-1.5.1/servant/include -I/tmp/eddie-1.5.1/inet_server/src -I/tmp/eddie-1.5.1/load_info/src -pa /tmp/eddie-1.5.1/misc -pa /tmp/eddie-1.5.1/servant  -o./ make.erl
/usr/bin/erl -pa ../load_info/ebin -pa ../inet_server/ebin -pa ../sync_nodes/ebin -pa ../oam/ebin -pa ../misc/ebin -pa ../master/ebin -pa ../servant/ebin -pa ../lonelb/ebin -pa . -noshell +B -s make script eddie beam ..
mnesia: No valid version ("3.9.3") of .app file found. Found file "/usr/lib/erlang/lib/mnesia-4.2.2/ebin/mnesia.app" with version "4.2.2"

os_mon: No valid version ("1.3.9") of .app file found. Found file "/usr/lib/erlang/lib/os_mon-1.7.3/ebin/os_mon.app" with version "1.7.3"

sasl: No valid version ("1.9.1") of .app file found. Found file "/usr/lib/erlang/lib/sasl-2.0.1/ebin/sasl.app" with version "2.0.1"

stdlib: No valid version ("1.9.2") of .app file found. Found file "/usr/lib/erlang/lib/stdlib-1.13.7/ebin/stdlib.app" with version "1.13.7"

kernel: No valid version ("2.6.1.5") of .app file found. Found file "/usr/lib/erlang/lib/kernel-2.10.7/ebin/kernel.app" with version "2.10.7"

error
make[1]: *** [eddie.boot] Error 1
make[1]: Leaving directory `/tmp/eddie-1.5.1/system'
make: *** [system] Error 2
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Any clue what this is supposed to mean? Somehow, I get the impression that 
I am almost done.

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