Old libraries and includes...
mvh at ix.netcom.com
Tue Apr 1 10:24:13 PST 2003
I think that some ports failed to compile because of the presence of
des.h, and also some ports checked for kereberos by looking for
libraries, and found them, but then failed to compile because the
headers weren't present. I can't reproduce this right now because I
have scrubbed out the lib and include directories. I'll forward the
group if I can reproduce the problem - one issue might have been with
Postfix + TLS.
- Mike H.
On Mon, 2003-03-31 at 22:18, Bruce A. Mah wrote:
> If memory serves me right, Mike Harding wrote:
> > I have had some problems caused by old includes and libraries when
> > building ports, and it's not very easy to de-kerberize a system.
> > There used to be an option to clear out the includes when doing a
> > source upgrade, this does not seem to be around any more.
> > /usr/includes/des.h seems to be a likely cuprit...
> > I tried moving /usr/includes and /usr/libs out of the way, but the
> ^^^^^^^^ ^^^^
> You mean /usr/include and /usr/lib.
> > install doesn't work properly.
> Could you be a little more specific than "doesn't work properly"? :-p
> I'm pretty sure (but not positive) that you can move /usr/include out
> of the way before an installworld (between the "reboot to single user
> mode" step and "make installworld" step). Don't know about /usr/lib.
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