mplayer on 6.2
saltmiser at gmail.com
Mon Jul 2 15:24:18 UTC 2007
On 6/29/07, kalin mintchev <kalin at el.net> wrote:
> > cd /usr/ports/multimedia/win32-codecs && make install
> yea... i did that... it broke somewhere.. or yea.. right here:
> => Couldn't fetch it - please try to retrieve this
> => port manually into /usr/ports/distfiles/win32 and try again.
look in uh, /usr/share/examples/cvsup, and there's a file called
ports-supfile. copy that file somewhere in your [root] home
`pkg_add -r cvsup-without-gui` (or build it, net/cvsup-without-gui)
then, go into that ports-supfile you copied to your home directory and
look for a like CHANGE_THIS.freebsd.org, and pick a cvsup server (I
Once, you got all of that done, run
`cvsup -L 2 /root/ports-supfile` (assuming that's where you put it).
What this will do is update your ports collection to what's "current".
The problem with win32-codecs is it seems like whenever they make a
new version of them, they delete the old version of their server.
Hence, you have to stay current. :) I build everything I use from
scratch, I cvsup and portupgrade -a once a week or so.
> i just don't have the patience for this ports thing anymore....
> just made that directory and stuck the codecs there and stuff appears to
> be working now.... but thanks....
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I have a feeling somebody on the list is going to object to my method,
but it seems to work for me. Hope this helps!
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