postgresql installation DON`T WORK(need gettext)
MClark at Nemschoff.com
Thu Feb 26 09:42:35 PST 2004
Simply creating a symlink from libintl.so.6 to libintl.so.5 will probably
correct his problem.
Its probably not the correct way to deal with this, but it should work.
From: Scot W. Hetzel [mailto:hetzelsw at westbend.net]
Sent: Thursday, February 26, 2004 11:33 AM
To: funtik; ports at freebsd.org
Subject: Re: postgresql installation DON`T WORK(need gettext)
From: "funtik" <funt at alarit.com>
> I has gettext-0.12 and installed postgresql
> Today I am updade ports and try install postgresql dtatbase.(Postgresql
> Makefile have date : 2004/02/05)
> It need gettext-0.13.
> I am reinstall gettext and try install postgresql again:
> ===> Building for postgresql-7.4.1_1
> /libexec/ld-elf.so.1: Shared object "libintl.so.5" not found
> *** Error code 1
> Stop in /usr/ports/databases/postgresql7
What does a 'make -V LIB_DEPENDS say, on my FreeBSD-4.x system it shows:
# make -V LIB_DEPENDS
NOTE: on FreeBSD-5.x it only shows a dependancy on the gettext port.
If you don't get the above, then your /usr/ports/Mk/bsd.port.mk is out of
date. Make sure you are cvsuping the entire ports collection.
I did have a problem building postgresql7 when I set PREFIX to an alternate
make build PREFIX=/usr/local2
Since I didn't have either of the libgnugetopt or gettext ports installed,
the PREFIX setting was passed down to these ports and they were installed
into /usr/local2. This caused the configure stage for postgresql7 to fail,
as it wasn't able to find the libgnugetopt library in /usr/local/lib. I was
able to solve that problem by setting LOCALBASE to /usr/local2 also.
Otherwise the postgresql7 port built without any problems.
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