Hi, recently I have compiled the rustc version 1.35 to 1.41, but when I use the rustc 1.41 and cargo 0.43 to compile rustc 1.42, there was a problem like that:
# cargo -V
# dpkg -l cargo
The problem has been solved, I redownload the sources file and compile it successfully, but I still don't know the reason, let it go.
Anyway, thanks for your reply, I just got the main idea of the difference between them.
Thanks for your help, I will take your advise. Now a problem confused me, When I compiled rustc package, the low version (for example 1.35-1.38) which the source file from Debian mirror website compiled with no error, but the source file of pve-rustc version 'Release 1.38.0+dfsg1-2 to Debian...
Now I am compiling rustc, it is a little hard to compile it, and I have done to compile llvm-toolchain , cargo-0.43 and wasi-libc, the llvm-toolchain will cost you a lot of time to compile it. Now I find the rustc is strictly version dependence when compile it, for example, if you compile...
Thank a lot for your reply. Because the CPU architecture I uesd was arm64, so I can't use the apt source
'deb http://download.proxmox.com/debian/devel/ buster main' directly, so I install the cargo and rustc under the command line
# curl --proto '=https' --tlsv1.2 -sSf https://sh.rustup.rs | sh...
This is the content of Cargo.toml, and version is still 0.9.1
name = "pve-lxc-syscalld"
edition = "2018"
version = "0.9.1"
authors = [
"Wolfgang Bumiller <firstname.lastname@example.org>",
license = "AGPL-3"
description = "Proxmox LXC seccomp-proxy syscall handler daemon"
I am a fresh men of PVE developer. Recently I'm trying to build the debian package from proxmox source files, but some problems make me stop where I am now. I really hope someone can help me with this problem :) , thank U.
The problem what I just encounter was that, for example, first I use...