Recently I’ve decided to use Mozilla Seamonkey as a default browser, because
- It reminds me about that good-old-days;
- I find it less bloated and slow, than today’s mainstream Firefox and Chromium (even if Seamonkey has its own mail client, irc client, and so on).
I am running NetBSD-current (6.99.19) on amd64. The build invoked with
$ cd /usr/pkgsrc/www/seamonkey $ make install clean
went fine, however there was an issue on the installation stage:
===> Building binary package for seamonkey-2.17 => Creating binary package /usr/pkgsrc/packages/All/seamonkey-2.17.tgz pkg_create: can't stat `/firstname.lastname@example.org/defaults/preferences/inspector.js' pkg_create: can't stat `/email@example.com/install.rdf' pkg_create: lstat failed for file firstname.lastname@example.org/defaults/preferences/inspector.js: No such file or directory *** Error code 2 Stop. make: stopped in /usr/pkgsrc/www/seamonkey *** Error code 1 Stop. make: stopped in /usr/pkgsrc/www/seamonkey
Looks like it is not a pkgsrc issue, since, as Google search results have shown, the same occurs on GNU/Linux systems. To fix it, simply do
$ cd /usr/pkgsrc/www/seamonkey $ cp work/comm-release/mozilla/dist/xpi-stage/inspector/install.rdf \ work/.destdir/usr/pkg/lib/seamonkey/extensions/inspector\@mozilla.org/ $ cp -rv work/comm-release/mozilla/dist/xpi-stage/inspector/defaults/ \ work/.destdir/usr/pkg/lib/seamonkey/extensions/inspector\@mozilla.org/
And then invoke
make install again.