problems building fusefs-kmod

Yuri Pankov yuri.pankov at gmail.com
Sun Nov 18 18:52:35 PST 2007


On Monday 19 November 2007 05:39:06 Aryeh M. Friedman wrote:
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> >
> > I wonder why SRC_BASE is set in port's Makefile and not used at
> > all. Try adding
> > MAKE_ENV+=      MOUNT=${SRC_BASE}/sbin/mount
> > to port's Makefile after checks for sbin/mount existence.
>
> # New ports collection makefile for:    fusefs-kmod
> # Date created:                         08 October 2005
> # Whom:                                 Anish Mistry
> <amistry at am-productions.biz>
> #
> # $FreeBSD: ports/sysutils/fusefs-kmod/Makefile,v 1.16 2007/11/15
> 19:46:42 ru Exp $
> #
>
> PORTNAME=       fusefs
> DISTVERSION=    0.3.9-pre1
> PORTREVISION=   2
> CATEGORIES=     sysutils kld
> MASTER_SITES=   http://fuse4bsd.creo.hu/downloads/ \
>                 http://am-productions.biz/docs/
> PKGNAMESUFFIX=  -kmod
> DISTNAME=       fuse4bsd-${DISTVERSION}
>
> MAINTAINER=     amistry at am-productions.biz
> COMMENT=        Kernel module for fuse
>
> USE_BZIP2=      yes
> BUILD_DEPENDS=  fusefs-libs>2.4.1:${PORTSDIR}/sysutils/fusefs-libs
> ******** LINE ADDED ******* MAKE_ENV+=     
> MOUNT=${SRC_BASE}/sbin/mount

not here

>
> .if !defined(NOPORTDOCS)
> BUILD_DEPENDS+= deplate:${PORTSDIR}/textproc/ruby-deplate
> .endif
>
> MAKE_ENV=       BINDIR="${PREFIX}/sbin" MANDIR="${PREFIX}/man/man"
>
> SRC_BASE?=      /usr/src
> KMODDIR=        ${PREFIX}/modules
> MAKE_ARGS=      KMODDIR=${KMODDIR}
> MODULE_PATH=    `/sbin/sysctl -n kern.module_path`;${KMODDIR}
> USE_RC_SUBR=    fusefs
> SETUP=          setup.sh
>
> MAN8=           mount_fusefs.8
> TXT_DOCS=       doc.text
> HTML_DOCS=      Faq.html \
>                 Implementation.html \
>                 Quickstart.html \
>                 article.css \
>                 deplate-mini.png \
>                 deplate.css \
>                 doc.html \
>                 heading-navbar.css \
>                 home-grey.png \
>                 mailto.png \
>                 next-grey.png \
>                 prev-grey.png \
>                 remote.png \
>                 serif.css \
>                 tabbar-right.css
>
> OPTIONS=        AUTOSETUP "Automatic global config file setup" off
>
> .include <bsd.port.pre.mk>
>
> .if ${OSVERSION} < 600000
> IGNORE=         requires FreeBSD 6 or above. Please consider porting
> it to 5.x or even 4.x
> .endif
>
> .if !exists(${SRC_BASE}/sys/Makefile)
> IGNORE=         requires the Kernel source to be installed. Set
> SRC_BASE if it is not in /usr/src
> .endif
> .if !exists(${SRC_BASE}/sbin/mount)
> IGNORE=         requires the userland sources to be installed. Set
> SRC_BASE if it is not in /usr/src
> .endif

but here :-) and correct variant should be:

MAKE_ENV+=	SYSDIR=${SRC_BASE}/sys MOUNT=${SRC_BASE}/sbin/mount

I'll file a PR.

>
> .if !defined(WITH_AUTOSETUP)
> SUB_FILES=      pkg-message
> .endif
>
> post-patch:
>         @${REINPLACE_CMD} -e 's/deplate.rb/deplate/g' \
>                 ${WRKSRC}/doc/Makefile
>
> post-configure:
>         @${CP} ${LOCALBASE}/include/fuse/fuse_kernel.h
> ${WRKSRC}/fuse_module
>
> post-build:
> .if !defined(NOPORTDOCS)
>         @cd ${WRKSRC}/doc && make plaintext html_chunked
> .endif
>
> pre-install:
>         @${MKDIR} ${KMODDIR}
>
> post-install:
>         @${LN} -fs ${PREFIX}/sbin/mount_fusefs /usr/sbin
> .if defined(WITH_AUTOSETUP) && !defined(PACKAGE_BUILDING)
>         @${SED} -e 's|@@PREFIX@@|${PREFIX}|g' \
>                 ${FILESDIR}/${SETUP} > ${WRKDIR}/${SETUP}
>         @${ECHO} "Modifying global startup config files and loading
> module...";
>         ${SH} ${WRKDIR}/${SETUP}
> .else
>         @${ECHO_CMD}; ${CAT} ${PKGMESSAGE}; ${ECHO_CMD}
> .endif
>
> .if !defined(NOPORTDOCS)
>         @${MKDIR} ${DOCSDIR}/kmod/html
> .for i in ${TXT_DOCS}
>         @${INSTALL_DATA} ${WRKSRC}/doc/plaintext_out/$i
> ${DOCSDIR}/kmod .endfor
> .for i in ${HTML_DOCS}
>         @${INSTALL_DATA} ${WRKSRC}/doc/html_chunked_out/$i
> ${DOCSDIR}/kmod/html
> .endfor
> .endif
>
> .include <bsd.port.post.mk>
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