My First Port
pauls at utdallas.edu
Tue Jul 3 21:53:47 UTC 2007
--On Tuesday, July 03, 2007 14:28:34 -0400 "Michael W. Lucas"
<mwlucas at blackhelicopters.org> wrote:
> After twelve years in FreeBSD, I've finally come across a piece of
> software that I need that isn't a port already. The software is
> mod_auth_xradius, for Apache:
> I went through the porter's guide and made an attempt to build a port.
> I'm sure it's wrong, so I'm not send-pr-ing it yet. You can find my
> port at:
> While this program is small, Radius authentication for Web sites is
> one of those things that is absolutely vital for those of us who need
> it. Having it in-tree would be really nice.
> I would appreciate any comments, critiques, etc., before I submit
> this. (Or, if you ports guys would rather I submit it as-is and then
> tell me all the things I did wrong, I'm OK with that too.) While I'm
> not a ports guy, I'm willing to try to maintain this.
One more thing. Your PLIST_FILES will depend upon which version of Apache
is installed. For example, if Apache 20 is installed, mod_auth_xradius.so
is in /usr/local/libexec/apache2/ and your PLIST_FILES entry will fail to
remove it, since you specify apache22 as the path.
So, PLIST_FILES should be like this:
That way, no matter which version of apache2 is installed, the library will
be properly removed on deinstall.
Paul Schmehl (pauls at utdallas.edu)
Senior Information Security Analyst
The University of Texas at Dallas
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