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Re: how to address a directory as /srv

From: Richard Bos
Subject: Re: how to address a directory as /srv
Date: Sat, 15 May 2004 08:49:07 +0200
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Op zaterdag 15 mei 2004 03:31, schreef Andrew Suffield:
> >
> > wsadmindir = $(DESTDIR)/srv/www/html/server/admin
>                ^^^^^^^^^^
> That's wrong. Take it out. Automake already supports DESTDIR natively;
> you're just stuffing it in the path twice.

It improve's the 'make DESTDIR=.... install' command.  This one is now 
succesfull.  The 'make distcheck' still fails with the 'no permission':
/bin/sh ../mkinstalldirs /srv/www/html/server/admin/addressbook
mkdir -p -- /srv/www/html/server/admin/addressbook
mkdir: cannot create directory `/srv/www/html': Permission denied
make[3]: *** [install-wsaddressbookDATA] Error 1

To me it looks like that 'distcheck' misses support to create directories that 
are not prefixed with an automake variable, is that possible?

Richard Bos
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