openssl, OpenOffice-2.0, make.conf
bt at ccgis.de
Mon Dec 5 06:29:14 PST 2005
Since I've installed openssl-beta-0.9.8a which is required in order to
install the OpenOffice-2.0 package from
http://porting.openoffice.org/freebsd/, I'v always problems running
portuprade, because the ports openssl is often used for compiling
instead of the base openssl. I then found the switch
WITH_OPENSSL_BASE=yes which I added to make.conf. Everthing seemd to be
ok until the last portupgrade "session" which stopped while trying to
upgrade net-snmp, which is a debendency of kdeutils with the follwing error:
Dependency error: this port wants the OpenSSL library from the FreeBSD
base system. You can't build against it, while a newer
version is installed by a port.
Please deinstall the port or undefine WITH_OPENSSL_BASE.
I try to upgrade these ports:
kdeutils-3.4.3 < needs updating (port has 3.4.3_1)
net-snmp-220.127.116.11 < needs updating (port has 5.2.2)
I now of course could alwayse remove openssl-beta-0.9.8a and
openoffice.org-2, before using portupgrade, but that cannot be the right
way to do, can it?
As a last info: I set OOo-2 to "held", because I don't want it upgraded
de-openoffice.org-2.0.20051104_1 < [held] needs updating (port has
Does anybody have an idea? How do you manage this? Different
OOo2-package? Using only the ports openssl-beta?
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