Pybombs and FAT32

I am a bit short of disk space on my laptop, which is dual boot with a
128Gbyte SSD with only 10GBytes devoted exclusively to Linux. Pybombs
installation of Gnuradio has now grown to use over 5 GBytes so I though
why
not put all the source code on my FAT32 partition on a 64Gbyte SD card.
Unfortunately with pybombs this generates very many error messages about
not
being able to change file permissions and modes. It’s so busy printing
error
messages trying to extract boost from the tar file that not a lot gets
done
for a long time.

Does this matter and why is boost (1_53_0) now so enormous anyway?

Mike

On Sun, Mar 23, 2014 at 4:31 AM, Mike W. [email protected]
wrote:

Does this matter and why is boost (1_53_0) now so enormous anyway?

Mike

Mike,

Build systems like cmake get picky about where your files are located.
You can’t move the directories after you’ve run them. Best to remove
those packages and re-run the install. You can also try using the
pybombs upgrade feature, but I can’t guarantee that will work for
this.

Tom

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