Joined: Sep. 2005
||Posted: Feb. 09 2007,16:42
If we're talking about nvidia_1.0.8762.dsl, it contains some ugly clobber directories and is in need of rebuilding.
dsl2unc removes self-clobberers as a byproduct of conversion, which is why it fixed the extension, but declobber looks more carefully at directories so I'd suggest running that first at the moment.
|Code Sample |
|Removed 29 clobber dir(s) from nvidia_1.0.8762.dsl --> nvidia_1.0.8762_noclobber.dsl|
As to why one user might have a problem with an extension and another not, it might be related to things like which extensions were loaded in what order, or (for eg) whether a clobbered /opt dir got somehow repopulated by a subsequent restore. Hard to say, I'll have to think about it.