Subject: Re: pine and mush
To: Patrick Killourhy <email@example.com>
From: Ken Nakata <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 04/29/1995 11:52:51
> Has anybody gotten pine or mush to compile properly? Pine compiles
> for me, but it doesn't save configs and it can't find the user's mail.
> Mush won't even compile.
> I haven't built pine successfully yet because of unrelated problems
> that the netbsd10.patched kernel has with fast drives (apparently),
> but pico built fine back when I was on my slower drive...
I got to build them okay, with FreeBSD patches plus some minor tweaks.
Apply the patches, then change all instances of
1) #ifdef __FreeBSD__
#if ... defined(__FreeBSD__) ...
#if ... defined(__FreeBSD__) || defined(__NetBSD__) ...
2) #ifndef __FreeBSD__
#if ... !defined(__FreeBSD__) ...
#if ... !define(__FreeBSD__) && !defined(__NetBSD__) ...
That's about it, I think. I wanted a mail UA with pop support but
pine doesn't support pop and I didn't like its user-interface, so I
dumped it. As I remember, it didn't take any more than changing
Hope this helps,