I can't install netperf

João Gabriel Sapucahy Chiste jg at inf.ufsc.br
Thu Jun 9 20:12:47 GMT 2005

I'm a programmer but i'm still not compiled this stuff....
I`m on a Lan with a DHCP server and i can ping but the DNS names are 
not configured i put them in resolv.conf but don't worked.
When i run dhclient i get an ip address, but i get this message addres 
family not supported by protocol family.

Em 09/06/2005, às 15:59, Paul Schmehl escreveu:

> --On Thursday, June 09, 2005 15:10:11 -0300 João Gabriel Sapucahy 
> Chiste <jg at inf.ufsc.br> wrote:
>> I put the netperf-2.4.0.tar.gz in the location that ports telling and
>> tried to install from ports and then i get this:
>> applying freebsd patches....blabla
>> File to patch:
>> Which file should i type?
> You can't do it that way.  First, you need to make sure your ports are 
> up to date.  *Then* install netperf using the port.  (I just did, on 
> 5.4 RELEASE, and it installed without a hitch.)  The port installed 
> netperf-2.3pl1.tar.gz, not netperf-2.4.0.tar.gz.  If you want 2.4.0, 
> you're on your own, and you'll have to figure out how to get it to 
> compile on FreeBSD.  The netperf Makefile *might* be helpful.  It 
> might also be helpful to look at the port files after typing "make".  
> You'll find that there are 14 patchfiles in the files/ directory and a 
> configure script in the scripts/ directory.
> I'm betting you can't compile this port yourself, unless you're a 
> programmer and you understand configure and Makefile instructions 
> clearly. Or maybe you can - but you're pretty much on your own.
> Paul Schmehl (pauls at utdallas.edu)
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