privoxy-3.0.6-stable fails in portinstall
freebsd-listen at fabiankeil.de
Fri Dec 29 14:53:12 PST 2006
Scott Bennett <bennett at cs.niu.edu> wrote:
> Although privoxy 3.0.6 is supposed to have a package available, it
> is apparently not on the FTP server(s) at freebsd.org
I can't comment on the contents of the FTP servers, but if you
use FreeBSD 6.x, you can get a package at:
Note that it's still port revision zero with the
"traditional" configuration file handling.
> Script started on Fri Dec 29 14:39:52 2006
> hellas# portinstall -v privoxy
> ---> Session started at: Fri, 29 Dec 2006 14:40:00 -0600
> ---> Upgrade of www/privoxy started at: Fri, 29 Dec 2006 14:40:01 -0600
> ---> Upgrading 'privoxy-3.0.3_5' to 'privoxy-3.0.6_1' (www/privoxy)
> ---> Build of www/privoxy started at: Fri, 29 Dec 2006 14:40:01 -0600
> ---> Building '/usr/ports/www/privoxy'
> ===> Cleaning for gmake-3.81_1
> ===> Cleaning for autoconf-2.53_3
> ===> Cleaning for gettext-0.14.5_2
> ===> Cleaning for m4-1.4.8_1
> ===> Cleaning for help2man-1.36.4_1
> ===> Cleaning for perl-5.8.8
> ===> Cleaning for libtool-1.5.22_2
> ===> Cleaning for libiconv-1.9.2_2
> ===> Cleaning for p5-gettext-1.05_1
> ===> Cleaning for privoxy-3.0.6_1
> cd: can't cd to /usr/ports/www/privoxy/work/privoxy-3.0.6-stable
> *** Error code 2
> 1 error
I can't reproduce this here.
Does /usr/ports/www/privoxy/work/privoxy-3.0.6-stable exist
and does it have any weird permissions? Does it change anything
if you remove /usr/ports/www/privoxy/work/ first?
> If anyone has any suggestions, I'd be grateful. I currently have
> privoxy 3.0.3 installed, which, when configured according to the instructions
> for configuring it to use tor, fails to route connections through tor. I was
> hoping that a more up-to-date version might work properly.
I already read that you got it working now,
but you may want to read: http://www.privoxy.org/faq/misc.html#TOR
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