Specify location of port install?

Michael C. Shultz reso3w83 at verizon.net
Wed Feb 16 00:39:14 GMT 2005

On Tuesday 15 February 2005 03:20 pm, Trey Sizemore wrote:
> On Tue, 2005-02-15 at 09:29 -0800, Michael C. Shultz wrote:
> > If the port is prefix compliant you should be able to do
> >
> > make PREFIX=/alternate base dir/
> >
> > Then watch out for libraries the port installs, because
> > they will end up in /alternate base dir/lib.  When that happens
> > run ldconfig -m /alternate base dir/lib, add /alternate base
> > dir/bin to your path and everything should be set.
> Thanks.  Couldn't get it to work with gpgme03.  I have gpgme
> installed (as it's needed by a number of my installed ports) but I'm
> trying to install a sylpheed-claws-gtk2 tarball with gpg-mime support
> and it doesn't work with the newer gpgme 1.0.x versions.
> I have both
> /usr/local/bin/gpgme-config
> /usr/local/bin/gpgme03-config
> and I think I'm getting errors when installing because they're both
> in identical paths and it's trying to build against the newer
> version.  It builds fine if I disable pgp-mime support.
> For example, the --help file says:
> ~/src/sylpheed-claws$ ./configure --help | grep gpg
>   --with-gpgme-prefix=PFX prefix where GPGME is installed (optional)
> So I've been trying to build with:
> --with-gpgme-prefix=/usr/local
> Any ideas how I might work around this?
> Thanks.

Well prefix=/usr/local by default, in otherwords
you change nothing when you use that setting.
Why not try prefix=/home/your home dir/TEMP?


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