Oops... and thanks for clarifying that.Stevo wrote:a few notes:
You should not run any configure step beforehand, as the Debian build process will handle that, and will indeed pass different configure options than the default. (In fact, looking at INSTALL.md, it appears that ne does not use a configure file process at all, so that command will fail)
My rationale for using /tmp has been "tmpfs ~= speedy ramdrive". Maybe that's moot?The build folder doesn't have to be in /tmp; it can be any folder in your home directory, just as long as there are no whitespaces in the path to that folder.
With (or without) -rfakeroot option, does dpkg-buildpackage already employ a tmpfs working directory?