On Tue, 2011-06-07 at 10:47 -0700, Daryl Spitzer wrote:
I followed the "Building an Image" instructions in the Yocto Project
Quick Start (on a newly configured machine running Ubuntu 11.04 (64
bit), and got an error. The contents of the failure logfile is:
NOTE: fetch http://email@example.com/sources/config_cvs.sv.gnu.org__20080123.tar.gz
What is odd/interesting here is that its trying the http address for the
cache of this. If I click the above link, I do get the file after a
warning about the anonymous user. I wonder if that username is upsetting
wget somehow and breaking our mirroring infrastructure?
does seem to work here for me...
NOTE: Fetch cvs://firstname.lastname@example.org/cvsroot/config;module=config;method=pserver;date=20080123
cvs [checkout aborted]: connect to cvs.sv.gnu.org(18.104.22.168):2401
failed: Connection timed out
ERROR: Function 'Fetcher failure for URL:
Unable to fetch URL
from any source.' failed
I'm guessing this problem is because I haven't configured CVS to work
through my employer's HTTP proxy.
I did a search, and didn't find any definitive instructions for
configuring CVS. (In fact, I found
http://www.cygwin.com/ml/kawa/2003-q3/msg00069.html, which I'm hoping
is out-of-date since it talks about a patch, which—8 years ago at
least—wasn't included in GNU CVS. I did try defining the CVS_PROXY
environment variable as directed in that page just in case the CVS
build I'm using includes that patch—but I got the same build error.)
Can anyone point me to up-to-date instructions for configuring CVS to
work through a proxy?
Good questions. I know we have people with this working behind firewalls
but I'm not sure how they have it working...
Does the wget command above work for you?