tom at www.paniert.net
Thu Feb 26 07:55:39 PST 2004
sorry to say so but i dont have any solution for you; i googled a much in the
last days but the error stays.... the best hint was a dangling symlink in
/usr/include causing a something something;-) but i didnt find anything of this
sort of trouble.... perhaps i try deleting symlinks this weekend!!! wish me luck
and pls keep me informed if you find a solution
thanx in advance and good luck
Zitat von mario <mario at schmut.com>:
> hi tom,
> did you ever get this resolved?
> i've been having this same problem on one of my boxes for a while
> now. before i just went back to 5.6.
> today i decided to try it again.
> google revealed only this post
> i uninstalled perl5.6.1 upgraded kernel / world to 4.9
> still no dice.
> my biggest problem is that i don't even know where to look
> any clues ticks from you or anybody on the ports list would be
> highly appreciated.
> please cc me as i'm not on the ports list.
> thanks in advance
> - - - - - - - - House Of Sites - - - - - - - -
> Web Design :: Programming :: Hosting :: Maintenance
> Web site: http://www.HouseOfSites.net
> Email: mario at HouseOfSites.net
> Tel: 415-242-3376
> Do you schmut!?
> >i portupgraded today and it seems it tried to upgrade my perl port from
> 5.8.1 to
> >5.8.2; since then perl ceased to work with the error
> >[tom at www][10:11pm]/ports/lang/perl5.8>> perl5.8.2
> >/usr/libexec/ld-elf.so.1: perl5.8.2: Undefined symbol "PL_exit_flags"
> >i even get this error when i call perl5.8.1!!!! only the perl from the
> base system is functional (5.00503); perl isn`t anymore marked as a
> installed port
> >(pkg_info | grep -i ^perl) so i choose to "make distclean" and "make
> >in the ports-dir but the later bounced with the error message above and
> didn`t help the matter at all...
> > i use a 4.8 FreeBSD and cvsupped the ports today.
> > pls help, tom
More information about the freebsd-ports