[collectd] Re: collectd-3.7.1 compile error, digest <et.al.>
Werner.Heuser at web.de
Sat Feb 18 21:52:44 CET 2006
On Sat, Feb 18, 2006 at 07:08:54PM +0100, Sebastian Harl wrote:
> Could you please tell me exactly what you did to build the package yourself?
> Have you double-checked that configure could find librrd? Is it really the
> exact same error message?
I have fetched the sources with `apt-get source collectd' from
deb-src http://debian.tokkee.org/backports/ sarge collectd
_again_ into a clean directory. Compilation works fine now. Sorry.
> > > Hope this works for you as well...
> > It does not :(
> > No rrd file for the battery shows up. I have installed and
> > verified your Debian package. Removed all rrd files and
> > restartet collectd. My laptop uses ACPI and Kernel 2.6.14
> Hm... What version of Debian are you using? Is it a stable (Sarge) system? Did
> you install my rrdtool 1.2 backport? My collectd package should be at least
> version 3.7.1-0tokkee4.
Debian Testing updated today.
I have installed collectd and rrdtool from
deb http://debian.tokkee.org/backports/ sarge collectd rrdtool
RRDtool 1.2.11 Copyright 1997-2005 by Tobias Oetiker
<tobi at oetiker.ch> Compiled Mon Jan 9 17:04:13 UTC 2006
> Could you please tell me the output of "ls /proc/acpi/battery" on your system?
# ls /proc/acpi/battery
> If that directory does not exist, please send me the output of "ls -R
> /proc/acpi". If it does exist please send me the output of "cat
capacity state: ok
charging state: charged
present rate: 0 mW
remaining capacity: 43390 mWh
present voltage: 12427 mV
> Did you enable CONFIG_ACPI_BATTERY in your Kernel config (if you built it as a
> module make sure that the module is loaded).
It's a 2.6.14 Kernel compiled by me:
`lsmod' shows that the battery module is loaded.
BTW: the machine is an IBM/Lenovo Thinkpad T41.
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