Install of pkg fuse-ntfs fails because of undefined symbol in pkg!?!
franco at lastsummer.de
Wed Feb 8 11:46:20 UTC 2017
> On 8 Feb 2017, at 12:29 PM, <scratch65535 at att.net> <scratch65535 at att.net> wrote:
> I just tried to install the fuse-nfts pkg under 10.2 on my
> server-of-all-work. But after requiring me to "upgrade" pkg, the
> fuse-ntfs install failed, apparently because there's an undefined
> symbol ("utimenstat") in pkg itself!
> How do I extricate myself?
The latest supported release is FreeBSD 10.3 and packages are therefore
build against it. It creates this soft breakage inside the fixed ABI,
which quite a few people run into.
There are two solutions:
(a) Build the packages yourself on a FreeBSD 10.2.
(b) Upgrade to FreeBSD 10.3 and do a "pkg upgrade -f" run.
And for the wicked:
(c) Let's please address this issue within FreeBSD so users don't run into it.
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