TLDR; Is there a way to have make append arguments at the end of the final build command or at least after the object files?
I am trying to statically link against a library using the build process (pardon my terminological mistakes). In my Makefile, I am doing this:
Hello world :-)
I have switched from 12.0-RELEASE to 13.0-CURRENT. Replaced kernel and base. Now I want to recompile all ports with poudriere..
1. Make config on all ports shows some core dump thus defaulting all my configs. How can I fix that? How can I switch debug / verbose on 'make config'...
These are the instructions for pkgbase? https://wiki.freebsd.org/PkgBase just relate it to 12.0 releng, instead of head.
make [make flags] buildworld
make [make flags] buildkernel
# FreeBSD base system repository...
Hello, I'm running on a fresh install of FreeBSD 12, with FAMP installed and the general 1st 10 things you do to a fresh install, as well as the latest gnome desktop. Until now, everything has gone quite smoothly.
Now I'm installed Openoffice 4, and the first command line string I give it, and...
I am attempting to build firefox on ARM64. As you may know, this is problematic on account of Rust (a dependency of Firefox) being broken on aarch64. However, thanks to the efforts of the rust port team, there are some binary versions of Rust I want to try out and see if firefox can...
I made an account to interact with you, I am a semi-new user; 'young' enough to not be able to reset the variables you put after make install like this: (DISABLE_VULNERABILITES=YES).
I put a wrong value and I cannot build unless i clear it. Where do I look? The handbook does...
Hello whoever is reading this.
I have been stuck in the same...you know what I mean.
I have a problem with VirtualBox.
NO matter of the procedure that I make for install this program, will be pkg, using ports, whatever. When it finish its installation, and I try to run this program, ALWAYS I get...
I'm trying to remove any implementation specific (GNU Make) details from my Makefiles but having a hard time fixing some issues. The structure of my projects is like so;
1) The mere presence of an...
I'm trying to compile the documentation from the documentation project, and I am getting this error:
strata:/usr/doc 551 ### ->make
Warning: Object directory not changed from original /usr/doc
===> en_US.ISO8859-1 (all)
Warning: Object directory not changed from original...
After migrate some Makefile from FreeBSD6 to new one (FreeBSD11) make file doesn't work. Maybe this is caused by something else ? I don't know. Currently I have even such basic Makefile:
and after make command I get:
make: exec(bin/generator.pl) failed...
I have a problem with PEFS; I updated to FreeBSD RELEASE 11.1 using
freebsd-update upgrade -r 11.1-RELEASE, as per the handbook, and PEFS stopped working: pefs: cannot find or load "pefs" kernel module
Running kldstat showed no PEFS module loaded, and kldload pefs.ko also failed...
I would like to build and install net-im/pidgin, but the process halts due to a missing dependency:
checking for X11... yes
checking for XScreenSaverRegister in -lXext... no
checking for XScreenSaverRegister in -lXss... no
XScreenSaver extension development headers...
I'd like to follow the quarterly package repository (because I value stability and reliability over new features), but I need to have a few packages compiled with custom options, and this results in a problem:
Ports does not have a quarterly release, only a "rolling release" of sorts...
Yesterday I ran the following:
cd /usr/ports/mail/ssmtp; make install replace clean
After about a minute it looked like ssmtp was successfully installed. Since then I've been struggling to get ssmtp working, so would like to start again from scratch. I removed it with:
I have the following directory structure:
The content of makefile is as follows:
I have no problem building flat:
/xxx $ make flat.out
c++ -O2 -pipe -c /xxx/flat.cpp -o flat.o
cc -O2 -pipe...
I'm having a problem building nghttp2 (and the programs that depend on it) with Synth.
The build stops, these are the last lines I get:
libtool: link: ar cru .libs/libnghttp2_asio.a libnghttp2_asio_la-util.o libnghttp2_asio_la-http2.o libnghttp2_asio_la-ssl.o libnghttp2_asio_la-timegm.o...
I'm trying to get down to a bit of development for FreeBSD as I have done for Fedora and Arch Linux previously and I'm curious about SVN/Subversion for managing the Ports Collection.
So far, I only worked with GIT, though this helped me enough to do svn checkout of the Ports Tree to /usr/ports...
I am curious about the status of these two ports.
devel/gmake is the "full featured" gmake port, with a config option to enable NLS via devel/gettext. It is often pulled down by other ports during the build process, as it is listed as a USES= dependency in the Makefiles.
There is also...
hoping someone can help with this. I'm an old hat with *nix, but new to fFreeBSD. I can't get www/spdylay to build. None of the output from make config throws anything unusual, but make install fails:
libtool: link: g++48 -O2 -pipe...