Subject: Re: Packages collection issues...
To: Hubert Feyrer <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: O'Shea. Shawn <email@example.com>
Date: 08/22/2001 15:17:03
On Wed, 22 Aug 2001, Hubert Feyrer wrote:
> On Wed, 22 Aug 2001, Shawn O'Shea wrote:
> > configure:1105: checking whether the C compiler (cc -I/usr/pkgsrc/devel/gmake/work/.buildlink/include -O2 -L/usr/pkgsrc/devel/gmake/work/.buildlink/lib -Wl,-R/usr/local/lib -Wl,-R/usr/local/lib) is a cross-compiler
> Hmmm, this doesn't tell anything useful, either.
> One thing... why does it want to look at /usr/local?
> Did you set LOCALBASE, X11BASE or PREFIX manually?
> Do you have any libs etc. in there that might not be good?
I set LOCALBASE. /usr/local/lib has no libs right now at all, just
auxiliary stuff for perl, BitchX and the TinyFugue MUD client:
root@volcano$ ls /usr/local/lib
bx perl5 tf-lib
I unset LOCALBASE and gmake built fine. I guess my concern is that I
decided to try doing it the "NetBSD way" (aka using packages collection)
rather than being the complete compile from source bigot like I usually
am. I normally dont allocate a lot of space to /usr because I dont expect
it to grow (because I install from source to /usr/local, which I allocate
a decent chunk of space to).
It seemed like setting LOCALBASE was the way to still get my stuff
installed but have it in /usr/local, in fact perl5 from the packages
collection installed fine this way.
autoconf for wget was detecting cc as a cross-compiler as well from
packages. If I can hammer out why this is happening w/ LOCLABASE set, it
would be cool for my setup.
Thanks for the help so far, and any other suggestions are appreciated.
> - Hubert
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