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 XFree86-clients install prob
Author: Draco200 
Date:   28-09-04 00:53

Command:
portupgrade XFree86-clients

Results:

makes all the make files fine (at least apparently fine)

then starts to compile

then errors out

GccWarningOptions: No such file or directory
***Error code 1 (ignored)
./mkg3states > g3_states_h
./mkg3states: not found
***Error code 127

Stop in /usr/ports/x11/XFree86-4-clients/work/xc/lib/lbxutil/image.
***Error code 1

and bails out from there.

when i ls the image dir

i see that there is a mkg3states.c file, so i'm wondering if its just not getting compiled before the make file tries to run it

Any help would be greatly appreciated

if you need more info please let me know

Thanks in advance

ps. (error are typed in)

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 Re: XFree86-clients install prob
Author: Dan 
Date:   28-09-04 03:41

Perhaps there are other ports which need to be upgraded.

Have a look at the -R and -r options on portupgrade. Not that I know this will fix it...

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 Re: XFree86-clients install prob
Author: draco2003 
Date:   28-09-04 13:51

Thanks for the suggestions.

Normally the command

portupgrade -Pra

is all i have to do with the occasional interactive port, but this port isn't playing nice and there for wont allow me to upgrade a bunch of other ports

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