HEADS UP: ports/ and 10.0-CURRENT
dumbbell at FreeBSD.org
Thu Sep 29 07:37:58 UTC 2011
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On 28.09.2011 21:32, Hartmann, O. wrote:
> floating like a dead man in the water. I suspect the
> conversters/libiconv broke something, since it claims it has
> installed libiconv.so.3, but there is never such a shared object
Here's what I did to recover:
1. Deinstall lang/gawk
This is necessary so that ports don't try to use it.
2. Reinstall devel/libtool with UNAME_r=9.0-RELEASE
Ports using autotools call libtool to know if they should build shared
libraries. But libtool disables shared libraries for freebsd1*. You
can check what libtool will tell to other ports by doing:
libtool --config | grep build_libtool_libs
To have shared libraries, this variable must be set to "yes".
3. Reinstall converters/libiconv
Now, libiconv.so.3 is back.
At this point, my installed ports were running fine. I never
reinstalled gettext so it never broke; you may have to.
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