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mysql-client for kodi -- 5.5 or 5.7 or ?
I'm compiling kodi, afresh from the package source current as of 21
April 2017. My OS is NetBSD 7.1_RC2 Sun Feb 26 11:56:07 EST 2017. Kodi
is the last compile of a sort of bulk build.
Being a glutton for punishment, I had compiled mysql-client 5.7. So
when kodi got to this point, it croaked trying to build mysql-client
=> Full dependency mysql-client>=5.5.10<5.6: NOT found
=> Verifying package-install for ../../databases/mysql55-client
=> Bootstrap dependency digest>=20010302: found digest-20160304
===> Checking for vulnerabilities in mysql-client-5.5.55
Package mysql-client-5.5.55 has a ssl-downgrade vulnerability, see http://www.oc
Package mysql-client-5.5.55 has a use-after-free vulnerability, see https://web.
ERROR: Define ALLOW_VULNERABLE_PACKAGES in mk.conf or IGNORE_URL in pkg_install.
*** Error code 1
Apparently, it wasn't bothered by the fact that a version of mysql was
already installed; I'm not sure what to make of that. Can two
versions of mysql exist side by side? I think not.
So, I changed the kodi Makefile line 70 like this:
and the compile ended successfully.
The buildlink3.mk appears to have been that way forever, so my
question is: is there some actual need for mysql 5.5, and is there
some hope that my modification will work?
Thanks in advance.
Kind Regards, I am
/s/ Michael L. Riechers
Michael L. Riechers,
Owner, M L Riechers Systems Engineering
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