matthias.andree at gmx.de
Tue Nov 5 20:08:24 EST 2002
"Jim" <jim at jtackett.com> writes:
> I had a simular ./configure error. It complained about not being able to
> find the BerkeleyDB libraries, even after installed BerkeleyDB 4.0. So I
> added the path option and it still complained. I posted my error and
> problem on Sourceforge for someone to help me and I never got a response.
The nonstandard FreeBSD db3/db4 install location compromises the usual
./configure && make build. However, the canonical way to install the
software on FreeBSD is via the ports system. There is just a tiny
drawback: the port /still/ has not been committed to the ports tree
(i. e. not generally available), neither the 0.7.5 port I filed on
October 18th nor the 0.7.6 port I filed on October 30th. It's a pity.
or complain to ports at freebsd.org.
You can try to download the raw version of the ports/44753 problem
report, cut the lines before and after the shar, run it (that gives a
new directory, bogofilter) and just do "cd bogofilter ; make install clean"
To configure on FreeBSD 4.7, try:
env CPPFLAGS=/usr/local/include/db3 LIBS=-ldb3 LDFLAGS=-L/usr/local/lib \
sh ./configure --with-db=/usr/local
Replace the two "db3" with "db4" if appropriate, and adjust all
/usr/local occurrences if your PREFIX is not /usr/local. Note that only
very fresh bogofilter versions cope with db4.1, if in doubt, go for
db3. (db3 and db4 can be installed at the same time).
I think I'll upload a (db3-dependent) FreeBSD 4.7 package (for
pkg_add(1)) of bogofilter 0.8.0 after the release.
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