Falling back to older state (2020-11-14T23:50:07Z).
cabal: Cannot build the executables in the package byron-spec-chain because it
does not contain any executables. Check the .cabal file for the package and
make sure that it properly declares the components that you expect.
Cannot build the executables in the package byron-spec-ledger because it does
not contain any executables. Check the .cabal file for the package and make
sure that it properly declares the components that you expect.
cabal install cardano-node cardano-cli
and it eventually hung
so then ran cabal build all
and how i’m finally seeing cardano-nodecardano-cliinside of my dist-newstyle/build/x86_64-linux/ghc-8.10.2/*` so that’s good. It’s still building…
I’ll have to re-try all this again as this was a little rocky. My current guess is that this should work, I saw it in a few other issues on the forum:
it looks like the cardano staking pool documentation is outdated. The cabal install --bindir ~/.local/bin was replaced by --install-method=copy and --installdir=$WORKDIR (with $WORKDIR=~/.local/bin).
A further issue of the documentation is that a build and a install is not necssary as an installation does configure, build and install…
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