10.0-CUR r226986 && ports/net-mgmt/net-snmp
yanegomi at gmail.com
Fri Nov 4 03:58:47 UTC 2011
On Nov 3, 2011, at 8:25 PM, Matthias Apitz wrote:
> El día Thursday, November 03, 2011 a las 01:42:50PM -0400, b. f. escribió:
>> No, it is not the same. You can either masquerade, by setting UNAME_r
>> and OSVERSION, or by editing the headers and scripts that define them;
>> or you can use WITH_FBSD10_FIX for ports that define HAS_CONFIGURE
>> (which is implied by USE_AUTOTOOLS and GNU_CONFIGURE). Right now the
>> masquerading is probably safer, because there are some problems with
>> the fix that are still being resolved -- and a few ports that may fail
>> despite the fix. But of course if you help to test without
>> masquerading, these problems will be resolved sooner.
> Well, I will try to help.
> I have set WITH_FBSD10_FIX in /etc/make.conf; the port
> ports/net-mgmt/net-snmp installs:
> /* define the system type include file here */
> #define NETSNMP_SYSTEM_INCLUDE_FILE "net-snmp/system/freebsd10.h"
> but the named header file is not there:
> # ls -C1 /usr/local/include/net-snmp/system/free*
> I don't know what the correct fix ist, and for the moment I
> created 'freebsd10.h' as a copy of 'freebsd9.h':
> # cat freebsd10.h
> #include "freebsd9.h"
> #define freebsd8 freebsd8
> +Cc: maintainer
You'll need to do more than just that. Take a look at the port history for more details...
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