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Re: nmap not building

On Jul 24, 2018, at 15:48, Leonardo Taccari <> wrote:

> Steven Sartorius writes:
>> On an amd64 8_RC2 box with pkgsrc downloaded this morning trying to build net/nmap dies with:
>> /usr/pkgsrc/net/nmap# make
>> ERROR: This package has set PKG_FAIL_REASON:
>> ERROR: [] The following selected options are not supported: ndiff zenmap.
>> *** Error code 1
>> Stop.
>> make: stopped in /usr/pkgsrc/net/nmap
>> [...]
>> Any thoughts?
> I think that PKG_OPTIONS.nmap is set to `ndiff zenmap', both options
> are no longer supported and that's why the package is not built.
> Adjusting mk.conf deleting that should do the trick.

More to the point:  as of pkgsrc-2018Q2, the former "nmap" options of
"ndiff" and "zenmap" have been abstracted into their own packages.  So,
if you want 'zenmap' and/or 'ndiff', build either or both of those and
"nmap" will be built as a dependency.

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