Port tarball updated (Re: [Box Backup] Call for testers: FreeBSD port)

James O'Gorman boxbackup at fluffy.co.uk
Sun Mar 19 11:22:22 GMT 2006

Hmm, strange, it works on my FreeBSD 6.0 build. But then, I'm not using 
the WITH_GNUREADLINE knob, so I've not fully tested that.

Does it work if you run `make config` again and remove GNUREADLINE?


On 17/3/06 06:28, Per Thomsen wrote:
> On 3/16/06 11:41 AM, James O'Gorman wrote:
>> I've uploaded an updated tarball of the new port. This corrects a
>> problem where the admin commands were looking for the config files in
>> /etc/box instead of $PREFIX/etc/box by default.
>> I'd be grateful if FreeBSD users/testers could check this latest
>> version. If all is well or I don't hear anything for a couple of days,
>> I'll submit a PR to update the port.
> I tested this on FreeBSD 6.0, and I could not get it to compile. Here's
> the error:
> configure: WARNING: do not distribute binaries compiled against GNU
> readline,
> as this could violate the GNU readline licence, which is GPL. You may use
> libedit or libeditline instead.
> ===>  Building for boxbackup-0.10
> make: cannot open Makefile.
> *** Error code 2
> Stop in /usr/home/pthomsen/box/boxbackup.    
> I have attached the (gzipped) output of make. I'm sorry to say that I
> did not spend a lot of time investigating, so if you need me to do
> something, or look something up, please let me know.
> Thanks,
> Per

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