Still unable to compile Horde

Heinrich Rebehn rebehn at
Fri Jan 21 05:45:56 PST 2005

Simon 'corecode' Schubert wrote:
On Friday, 21. January 2005 14:12, Heinrich Rebehn wrote:

Simon 'corecode' Schubert wrote:

On Friday, 21. January 2005 12:18, Heinrich Rebehn wrote:

Stop in /usr/ports/lang/gcc32.
*** Error code 1
^^^ why does it compile gcc32? we got gcc34 in base!

i think there is a fix in, so that gcc* ports won't get
Hmm, i don't have a in my /usr/ports/Mk. How do i get it?

i'm sorry, i mistook the filename. it's /usr/share/mk/ my version:
$DragonFly: src/share/mk/,v 1.26 2005/01/16 17:53:35 joerg Exp $
try and change the like .  if ${USE_GCC} == "3.4" to
.  if !empty(USE_GCC:M3.*)
then it will use gcc34 for all ports that require a gcc 3.x

I don't know what's happened now. I changed the file and got:

root at dfbsd [/usr/ports/www/horde] # make clean

[ lots of stuff snipped]

root at dfbsd [/usr/ports/www/horde] # make
===>  Vulnerability check disabled, database not found
===>  Extracting for horde-3.0.2
=> Checksum OK for horde-3.0.2.tar.gz.
===>  Patching for horde-3.0.2
===>  Applying FreeBSD patches for horde-3.0.2
===>  Configuring for horde-3.0.2
root at dfbsd [/usr/ports/www/horde] #
It simply does not make anything anymore. I changed 
/usr/share/mk/ back, but no avail.

Things seem to be really screwed up. This may also be due to the fact 
that i tried installing horde via pkg_add -r in the meanwhile (which 
failed, because it insisted on pulling apache-1.3 in, while i had 
already apache-2.1 installed) I will do a fresh OS install next week and 
give it another try.

Thanks for your help so far!



Heinrich Rebehn

University of Bremen
Physics / Electrical and Electronics Engineering
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