Recover Make ARG's from a ports Install
derek at computinginnovations.com
Mon Mar 12 21:36:23 UTC 2007
If you look below the port directory, there is a work directory and in that
a directory where the actual files are configured and Make files created
named for the port and version. In that directory is a file called:
This file at the top has the actual configure line used.
At 02:18 AM 3/12/2007, Alexander Schlichting wrote:
>On a server I have a package installed using ports and now I have to install
>the package with exactly the same make arguments on another server. I just
>don't find a way to see what arguments where used to install it the first
>time. With Linux I would look into config.status is there something similar
>with FreeBSD? Sorry for having to ask but I am using FreeBSD for the first
>days now after 5 years using Linux only :)
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