bash2 install on FreeBSD 5.1
Pratt, Benjamin E.
bepratt at stcloudstate.edu
Wed Oct 22 08:00:01 PDT 2003
Yes, I am sorry, I forgot to add that.
I have tried "make reinstall" but that does not work.
From: Bryan Cassidy [mailto:b_cassidy at bellsouth.net]
Sent: Wednesday, October 22, 2003 10:01 AM
To: freebsd-questions at freebsd.org
Subject: Re: bash2 install on FreeBSD 5.1
Have u tried make reinstall in the bash2 port dir?
On Wed, 22 Oct 2003 09:43:56 -0500
"Pratt, Benjamin E." <bepratt at stcloudstate.edu> wrote:
> Hello everyone -
> I recently decided to give FreeBSD 5.1 a try (I've only been running
> for a little bit) so I chose to do a minimal install and build what I
> have to from the ports tree. I did the minimal install (along with
> pages and ports) and everything seemed to be going well until I tried
> install bash2 (I'm just used to bash).
> When I run "make install clean", in the /usr/ports/shells/bash2
> directory, I get an error indicating that OpenSSL needs to be
> (my first dependency issue in FreeBSD) so I go and install it. I then
> go back to /usr/ports/shells/bash2 and run "make install clean" again
> and make runs fine but when I install I get an error saying that it's
> already installed. I then ran "make deinstall" and get an error
> that bash2 is not installed.
> I went to the mailing list archives and found this thread:
> This sounds like the same issue I'm having but I never really found a
> fix. I tried running "pkgdb -F" and "portupgrade" but to no avail.
> Bash1 installs fine but I'd like to use bash2 (honestly, I'm not sure
> what all of the differences are but I'd like to run the latest and
> Anyone have any ideas on how to fix this??
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