[SOLVED] Bacula 5.2.12_5 Port update issues

Dan Langille dan at langille.org
Fri Jul 4 20:00:43 UTC 2014

On Jul 4, 2014, at 3:42 AM, Andrea Venturoli <ml at netfence.it> wrote:

> On 07/03/14 15:51, dweimer wrote:
>> I am trying to update my Bacula server to the latest Bacula port update,
>> 5.2.12_5, however It's failing to compile.  Has anyone else trying this
>> update, ran into an issue?
> Yes, on a 8.4/amd64 system, with only Postgres as enabled option.
> Deleting the port and reinstalling didn't help; strangely neither did a svn downgrade up to one year ago.
> Turns out that libbac.la comes from bacula-client, but bacula-client pkg-list is in bacula-server port, where libbac.la was removed from pkg-plist.client in rev 360216.
> So my solution was to:
> _ downgrade bacula-server to rev 359586;
> _ reinstall bacula-client;
> _ reinstall bacula-server.
> On the long run maybe lib/libbac.la should be readded to pkg-plist.client?
> Since I don't know the rationale behind this change, I don't know if this is the correct solution, so I won't post a PR with a patch.

Baptiste: are you available to make this change to the pkg-plist.client file please?

This relates to the 'Stage bacula’ commit on 2 July.

Dan Langille

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