Sometimes you are not allowed (i.e: lack of privileges), you can not (i.e: lack of disk space) or (for any other reason) you don't want to install or compile a program on a FreeBSD system.
I was wondering if it is possible to perform the compiling/installing (or whatever) operation on another...
How can I force FreeBSD 10.4 to use a newer LLVM version like 4.0 to compile cc libs?
I installed LLVM4.0 via ports
and I change my /etc/make.conf :
If if run clang --version it shows 3.4 the default one is used...
How can I setup my LLVM version...
At updating packages using portmaster -a I noticed that libgdiplus won't build anymore.
Tried to make deinstall clean and make install in ports dir but that doesn't make any difference.
When I try to use pkg install libgdiplus another error comes up:
pkg: jpeg-turbo-1.5.1 conflicts with...
I have being searching for compilation procedure for applications from source, but could not find one that I could understand.
I want to compile www/e2guardian for FreeBSD with SSL support enabled.
First I want to compile it with the default options but I fail from the start. Latter I will...
I know that compiling a program requires a lot of machine, especially the processor. I've done a lot of adjustments in my system (tunning kernel, boot, and others..) and still remains very slow while compiling software. Is possible minimize this lag?
My specs; i3 2600 / 4GB Ram / FreeBSD 10-3
I sent an email to the port maintainer. I read over the Makefile. It mostly set variables. I didn't see how it associated with the error I was receiving. Last Makefile revision calls back to a website with a tld for Poland. The port maintainer is mailing from here.
I noticed that ports-mgmt/poudriere started to show this message:
tsort: cycle in data
tsort: cycle in data
I've been trying to build blender with OpenMP. Here's what I got so far:
1.) Modify the makefile to include those features.
# Only works, if everything else is compiled with the same compiler
I'm trying to compile a 10.2-RELEASE kernel for my Soekris i386 1 GByte memory system (the target system). Due to it's slowness, I'm compiling the kernel on a AMD64 system (the build system).
Unfortunately, I'm getting compile errors, and I wonder if I might have done some silly. This is...