ftp/curl needs better config error message please
mail at m.jwh.me.uk
Mon Jun 29 23:41:41 UTC 2015
On 30/06/2015 00:30, Julian H. Stacey wrote:
> Joe Holden wrote:
>> On 27/06/2015 00:54, Julian H. Stacey wrote:
>>>> Hi sunpoet@ cc ports@
>>>> cd /usr/ports/x11-wm/fvwm2;make package-recursive
>>>> ===> curl-7.43.0_1 GSSAPI_BASE is set, which is not compatible with OpenSSL/LibreSSL from ports. Set GSSAPI_NONE or do not use ports SSL..
>>> ftp/curl is still broken after
>>> svn up # Updated to revision 390661.
>>> Many ports depend on ftp/curl,
>>> I've temporarily added to DUDS:
>>> fvwm2 mrxvt arandr lxrandr xorg xorg-apps chromium dillo2
>>> & so far I've only got (backward) from ports/x* to ports/www/
>>> I tried
>>> locate ibre | grep -i ssl | grep usr/ports | grep -v /work/
>>> cd /usr/ports/security/libressl ; make install
>>> libressl-2.2.0 conflicts with installed package(s): openssl-1.0.2_3
>>> pkg info -a | grep -i ssl
>>> cd /usr/ports/security/openssl # just an inspired guess.
>>> make deinstall
>>> cd /usr/ports/ftp/curl
>>> make package-recursive # OK.
>>> Now httrack complains:
>>> Shared object "libcrypto.so.8" not found, required by "libhttrack.so.2"
>>> pkg check -d -a | grep ssl
>>> httrack has a missing dependency: openssl
>>> nettle has a missing dependency: openssl
>>> cd /usr/ports/security/openssl
>>> make package-recursive
>>> httrack now works, but Ive now killed curl,
>>> cd x11-wm/fvwm2 ; make
>>> ===> curl-7.43.0_1 GSSAPI_BASE is set, which is not compatible with OpenSSL/LibreSSL from ports. Set GSSAPI_NONE or do not use ports SSL..
>>> *** Error code 1
>>> This SSL can of worms with opaque error messages is not sufficient.
>>> Which explicit exact variable names collide or needed for Which ?
>>> explicit exact full file names please ?
>> Not sure if I am missing something here - just set GSSAPI_NONE for the
>> port and it just works (tm)
> Thanks Joe,
> Perhaps its me missing something
> or having something too much, but what ?
> What should I set where, how ? Please someone be explicit !
> source `which /home/jhs/bin/.csh/unsetenv.csh`
> mv /etc/make.conf /etc/make.conf.MV
> rm -rf /var/db/ports/*curl ; ls -l /var/db/ports/*curl
> cd /usr/ports/ftp/curl
> make clean
> ===> Cleaning for pkg-1.5.4
> ===> Cleaning for openssl-1.0.2_3
> ===> Cleaning for perl5-5.20.2_4
> ===> Cleaning for ca_root_nss-3.19.1_1
> ===> Cleaning for curl-7.43.0_2
> curl-7.43.0_2 GSSAPI_BASE is not compatible with
> OpenSSL from ports. Use other GSSAPI options or
> OpenSSL from base system.
> *** Error code 1
> setenv GSSAPI_NONE TRUE ; make # Fails
> ===> curl-7.43.0_1 GSSAPI_BASE is set, which is
> not compatible with OpenSSL/LibreSSL from ports.
> Set GSSAPI_NONE or do not use ports SSL..
> *** Error code 1
> unsetenv GSSAPI_NONE
> make GSSAPI_NONE=TRUE # Fails
> make GSSAPI_NONE=YES # Fails
> make GSSAPI_NONE= # Fails
> vi -c/GSSAPI_ Makefile
> Lost for choice what to explore !
> Where Is This Port Broken Please ?
> ports/ftp/curl still does not work here with ports at revision 390877
> Julian Stacey, BSD Linux Unix C Sys Eng Consultant Munich http://berklix.com
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Setting GSSAPI_HEIMDAL or GSSAPI_MIT looks like it will do the right
thing, although it will obviously drag yet another dependency in...
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