libintl.so.5 not found and general ports question
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Mon Apr 5 07:54:08 PDT 2004
How does one find out what port you need to install in order to get
I've tried searching the online archives but can't find anything relevant.
I'm trying to get apsfilter installed and it complains that libintl.so.5
can't be found. I must have had it one time because it was installed
before (then I decided to update Mozilla which has had me running in
circles for two weeks now with portupgrade).
One other question... when I do a pkg_version -v, some programs are listed
autoconf-2.13.000227_5 = up-to-date with port
autoconf-2.53_1 = up-to-date with port
glib-1.2.10_10 = up-to-date with port
glib-2.2.3_1 = up-to-date with port
libtool-1.3.5_1 < needs updating (port has 1.3.5_2)
libtool-1.4.3_2 < needs updating (port has 1.4.3_3)
libxml-1.8.17_1 < needs updating (port has 1.8.17_2)
libxml2-2.6.8 = up-to-date with port
My "guess" is, when I first set up my FreeBSD 4.9R machine, I used
packages, and now I'm compiling ports. If you install a package and then
update it via the ports tree, doesn't it understand that it's updating a
I have cvsup'd the ports tree, and I've run pkgdb -F to correct things.
Everything is running pretty good too (although I still have Mozilla).
Thanks in advance for your responses.
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