tripwire/and or packages PH will hate, and ask for -exp
utisoft at gmail.com
Wed Jan 25 16:11:42 UTC 2012
On 25 Jan 2012 15:43, "Michael Scheidell" <scheidell at freebsd.org> wrote:
> when you install tripwire (/usr/ports/security/tripwire), at some point
in the install, it asks you, 'interactively' to 'accept' the GPL2 license.
> (yes, I know, I could probably use USE_LICENSE=GPL2, and patch install
> but, then it wants to generate a site key and site pass key.
> none of which PH will like (TB doesn't like it, PH will hate it)
> But, I am not the maintainer, and just trying to get this updated to
latest source version, and by updating source tree, this is no worse that
it was yesterday. (and I have some portlint's that I fixed)
> Now: I have MANUALLY verified pkg-plist adds/subtracts, and CAN get
package to build if I set NO_DB_BUILD, and manually accept license, and
generate keys (so it WILL build, and deinstall, just fine)
> so, how do I keep pav from sending me an email in two days telling me PH
won't compile this?
> is this enough in the Makefile to do that?
> NO_PACKAGE= requires manual acceptance of license agreement
> IS_INTERACTIVE= yes
PH won't touch those ports, therefore no packages and no Pavmail.
Port test to check for leftover files will help.
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