GNOME Upgrade Error Compiling gnutils-1.2.10
Robert H. Perry
rperry at gti.net
Sun May 7 23:28:14 UTC 2006
From: Robert H. Perry [mailto:rperry at gti.net]
Sent: Sunday, May 07, 2006 3:17 PM
To: 'Joe Marcus Clarke'
Cc: 'freebsd-gnome at freebsd.org'
Subject: RE: GNOME Upgrade Error Compiling gnutils-1.2.10
From: Joe Marcus Clarke [mailto:marcus at marcuscom.com]
Sent: Saturday, May 06, 2006 10:26 PM
To: Bob Perry
Cc: freebsd-gnome at freebsd.org
Subject: Re: GNOME Upgrade Error Compling gnutils-1.2.10
On Sat, 2006-05-06 at 20:59 -0400, Bob Perry wrote:
> Came across the following error upgrading GNOME:
> ../lib/.libs/libgnutils.so: undefined reference to '_asn1_find_node'
> ../lib/.libs/libgnutils.so: undefined reference to
> This occurred while upgrading gnutils halfway through the process.
> Didn't see anything posted in Google. Pls advise.
I believe this was fixed, but if not, you need to report it to novel who
did the libtasn1 update.
Thanks Joe for your response. If I understand, gnutls is probably not the
culprit. I did deinstall and tried to recompile it with no success
yesterday. Looks like I only need to deinstall/reinstall libtasn1.
This is just a brief follow-up. I just found a recent upgrade for libtasn1.
It is version 3.3 of May 7 vs my version 3.1 of Mar 8. Assuming this, or
another version is the required file to solve my issue, how does this effect
the GNOME upgrade process given that I'm half-way through? Do I start from
the beginning per UPDATING or simply start with portupgrade -a after I cvsup
my system to update the ports tree?
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