Problem with apr1 that could be shared with libX11 and libSM that I have reported previously.

Philip M. Gollucci pgollucci at
Fri May 21 00:22:41 UTC 2010

This might help --

cd /var/db/pkg
pkg_delete auto* libtool*
cd /usr/local/bin
rm -rf auto* libtool*

cd /usr/ports/devel/apr1


On 05/20/10 23:32, eculp wrote:
> Quoting Doug Barton <dougb at>:
>> On 5/20/2010 12:24 PM, eculp wrote:
>>> I used postmaster and the results for trying to builds apr1 can be seen
>>> at
>>> To me it seems to be related to configuration versions of tools like
>>> automake and autoconf but I can't find it.
>> This doesn't look like a portmaster problem, can you try again simply
>> building in the port directory and see if you get the same result?
> Doug, I apologize for having even insinuated that postmaster might be at
> fault.  My intention was the  complete opposite.  Using postmaster, is
> for me, security and helps keep me from making as many errors.
> I am sorry that it didn't come out that way.  My excuse is that 95% of
> my writing is in Spanish.
> I have a feeling that my problem is an old port, somehow related to make
> and conf tools or family that is causing strange messages about outdated
> what ever.  I can't build the new xorg, kde and others for errors like
> this one and libX1, libSM and others.
> Thanks,
> ed
>> Doug
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