FreeBSD Ports Problem - Please help
jhell at DataIX.net
Fri Feb 12 17:22:48 UTC 2010
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On Fri, 12 Feb 2010 07:27, lenzi.sergio@ wrote:
> try to make it work again (with the now missing libjpeg.so.10...
> by inserting a line in the /etc/libmap.conf
> echo "libjpeg.so.10 libjpeg.so" >> /etc/libmap.conf
> than probably all will work again... by the time you build all ports,
> the later will be linked agains version 11.. and than you can
> delete the line in the libmap.conf
> Hope this will help.....
Among all these you may find it useful to install sysutils/libchk.
This utility can play a key role in locating just the packages/ports that
need to be rebuilt against the new library.
This process is solely dependent on not having anything in libmap.conf.
1). Run libchk and log its output. ( script libchk.log libchk )
2). From the output of libchk look for libjpeg.so.10 and run pkg_info -W
on the full path of the file that is mentioned above the lib listing.
3). From the output of pkg_info -W note the package name into
4). Finally ( portupgrade -f `cat update-pkgs.txt` )
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