I did emerge kde and everything went well until it hit aRTs here is the compile
>>> Source unpacked.
make: option requires an argument -- f
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Don't start multiple jobs unless load is below N.
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!!! ERROR: The ebuild did not complete successfully.
!!! Function kde_src_compile, Line -47, Exitcode 1
!!! no configure script found, generation unsuccessful
!!! emerge aborting on /usr/portage/kde-base/arts/arts-0.7.1.ebuild .
The kde3pre ebuilsd are *UNSUPPORTED* by Gentoo. Bugs about them should NOT be submited via the normal Gentoo channels, e.g. here. I have made this as clear as I could on the kde3pre site. As for your report, if you're using arts-0.7.1 then you don't have the latest release of kde3pre ebuilds, which has arts-0.9.7. Please install the latest release as well as running emerge rsync to get the latest eclasses from portage proper. email me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org if any problem recurs.
This is for kde 2.2.2 not kde 3 beta....
How can that be? The kde-base/arts ebuild (in any version) exists only in kde3 ebuilds and does not exist in portage, only on my site! Have you installed kde3pre ebuilds at some point? You must have, or you wouldn't have an arts ebuild at all. In kde2.x arts is part of kdelibs proper. Am I missing something???
I am getting a very similar problem when trying to emerge arts-1.0.0.ebuild. I had the KDE3-pre ebuilds installed, I unmerged all of them, including arts, did an emerge --clean rsync and I get the following when emerging arts now: >>> emerge kde-base/arts-1.0.0 to / alsa alsa >>> Unpacking source... /usr/sbin/ebuild.sh: cd: /var/tmp/portage/arts-1.0.0/work/arts-1.0.0/soundserver: No such file or directory >>> Source unpacked. /usr/sbin/ebuild.sh: cd: /var/tmp/portage/arts-1.0.0/work/arts-1.0.0: No such file or directory /usr/sbin/ebuild.sh: cd: /var/tmp/portage/arts-1.0.0/work/arts-1.0.0: No such file or directory make: option requires an argument -- f Usage: make [options] [target] ... [ make help stripped ] Report bugs to <email@example.com>. !!! ERROR: The ebuild did not complete successfully. !!! Function kde_src_compile, Line -3493, Exitcode 1 !!! no configure script found, generation unsuccessful !!! emerge aborting on /usr/portage/kde-base/arts/arts-1.0.0.ebuild .
Additionaly, arts-1.0.0.tar.bz2 does not seems to get downloaded at all, and it obviously isn't
unpacked either, which is why it fails. Manually downloading arts-1.0.0.tar.bz2 into
portage/distfiles does not help either.
I am using portage 1.8.18
I'm sorry about abandoning this issue.
If this is still relevant, try deleting yuor kde3pre-generated cache: rm /var/cache/edb/dep/dep-*. It
Fixed several times over I think