FreeBSD Port: phpMyAdmin-184.108.40.206
laszlof at vonostingroup.com
Fri May 12 17:56:23 UTC 2006
> This is happing on a fresh virgin install of 6.1.
> The config option did not pop up like you say it should.
> /usr/ports/Mk/* was just downloaded before downloading
> the port files for php5-5.1.2_1.
> So everything you said is not true.
A fresh virgin install WILL prompt you with the OPTIONS dialog for php5
if you haven't already configured it. You shouldnt be just downloading
the specific things you want/need from the ports framework. This can
cause problems with out of date dependencies and such. cvsup (or
whatever updating software you use) the entire tree and try again.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Scot Hetzel [mailto:swhetzel at gmail.com]
> Sent: Friday, May 12, 2006 1:07 PM
> To: fbsd at a1poweruser.com
> Cc: James O'Gorman; ports at freebsd.org
> Subject: Re: FreeBSD Port: phpMyAdmin-220.127.116.11
> On 5/12/06, fbsd <fbsd at a1poweruser.com> wrote:
>> I did this as per your post
>> Run pkg_delete php5-5.1.2_1 and then reinstall it from the
>> port, but make sure you make config first to add in the Apache
>> # /usr/ports/lang/php5 >make install clean
>> ===> php5-5.1.4 is marked as broken: Unknown AUTOCONF version:
>> *** Error code 1
>> Stop in /usr/ports/lang/php5.
>> # /usr/ports/lang/php5 >
>> What now???
> Update your ports collection, as your /usr/ports/Mk/* is out of
>> How is a normal port user suppose to know to do make config to
>> options first?
>> This should just pop up in persons face on make install.
> It does pop up the first time you install the port from /usr/ports.
> The only time you need to use "make config" is when you want to
> the options that you had selected previously.
> The only problem with "make config" is that if the port maintainer
> changes the options (adds/removes an option), then it will not pop
> again. Instead it will use your previous configuration.
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