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Old 29th August 2014
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Question can't fetch light-desktop

I tried to fetch light-desktop vi pkgsrc, here're the errors.
$ cd /usr/pkgsc/wip/light-desktop/ ; make install
=> Fetching elementary-icon-theme-2.7.1.tar.gz
ftp: Can't lookup `https:ftp': No address associated with hostname
ftp: Can't connect or login to host `https:?'
fetch: Unable to fetch expected file elementary-icon-theme-2.7.1.tar.gz
Can't open elementary-icon-theme-2.7.1.tar.gz: No such file or directory
fetch: Unable to fetch expected file elementary-icon-theme-2.7.1.tar.gz
elementary-icon-theme-2.7.1.tar.gz: No such file or directory.
fetch: Unable to fetch expected file elementary-icon-theme-2.7.1.tar.gz
ftp: Error retrieving file `404 Not Found'
fetch: Unable to fetch expected file elementary-icon-theme-2.7.1.tar.gz
Failed to open file.
fetch: Unable to fetch expected file elementary-icon-theme-2.7.1.tar.gz
*** Error code 1

can someone try on its own ?
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I do not use NetBSD. I do not use pkgsrc. However, I can see you have a malformed URL in your pkgsrc configuration:
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ftp: Can't lookup `https:ftp': No address associated with hostname
Check your configuration settings.
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Well, I gave a thought about it because it works well with other packets.
But, my PKG_PATH variable contains only ftp://ftp.NetBSD.org/pub/pkgsrc/pack...md64/6.1.4/All
and /etc/mk.conf contains only 'X11_TYPE=modular'
besides, I don't know if there are others config files for pkgsrc.
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Which version of pkgsrc are you using? I have noticed that ,at least with current, sometimes a file will no longer be available on the hosts. This is likely because the package I was trying to build may not have been updated yet, and is looking for a depreciated and dropped file. But, I really can't yet say for certain.

I haven't been using pkgsrc long enough to know if this is only something you run into with the current release.

Further more, I don't want to suggest that this it the problem you face. But, it might not hurt to look at the location pkgsrc is seeking to find the file, and see if it is actually there.

The file I needed was depreciated and still available on a couple freebsd distfiles hosts.
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I use the snapshot from the 27/08/2014.
Maybe you're right, but the thing is I can't find where the this location is written. I, well, 'grep' doesn't see any suitable adress.
Could you be fetch this snapshot to verify ?
I don't see any location in the files /usr/pkgsrc/wip/lightdesktop.
Where is it, habitualy ? Maybe they made an error on this snapshot ?
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Someone hop in if I am going about this the wrong way.

Check the file /usr/pkgsrc/wip/mk/fetch/sites.conf

That might help.

You could also search out a location and add a custom master site for your missing source file, by adding it to mk.conf

Code:
MASTER_SITE_ELEMENTARY-ICON-THEME+=
https://launchpad.net/elementaryicons/+download
I've never done that before. I usually just download the source file and add it to my local distfiles folder.

This will only fix your issue with this one file.

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I don't have a NetBSD install currently, but packages in WIP are "works in progress", this particular one has not been touched since April of 2013, so it possible that no one is working on it. I tried to browse it through the web interface but the Makefile error as not available when I try to pull it up.

WIP packages can be thought of as experimental and not guarantee, they can take some modifing on your part to get working - In my experience.
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There is no /usr/pkgsrc/wip/mk/fetch/sites.conf
I found /usr/pkgsrc/mk/fetch/sites.mk
Yet light-destkop or any package from wip wasn't mentioned.
The retrieving seem to be done with cvs, and I don't know how it works.
It's complicated for me , more complicated than with URL identifier to retrieve the files manually to verify.
Could I get the site's root, how would I ask for one specific file ?
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There is no /usr/pkgsrc/wip/mk/fetch/sites.conf
I found /usr/pkgsrc/mk/fetch/sites.mk
Yet light-destkop or any package from wip wasn't mentioned.
The retrieving seem to be done with cvs, and I don't know how it works.
It's complicated for me , more complicated than with URL identifier to retrieve the files manually to verify.
Could I get the site's root, how would I ask for one specific file ?
Yeah, WIP is a different beast. Sorry, I haven't WIP used it myself.
Did you try getting the file manually?

https://launchpad.net/elementaryicon...e-2.7.1.tar.gz
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I do not want so much to fetch each source individualy,
it is not of most importance to get light-desktop; I can already build a nice light destkop shell without... that is if X ceased to say "drmDropMaster failed: unknown error", which is my most important problem.
Thanks roddierod, it seems the package is not here after all.
When my X(or my driver) will have been treated, I'll do it.
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