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Date:      Tue, 25 May 1999 22:02:46 -0600
From:      "Jeff Lush" <jeff@nerdpower.com>
To:        "Scot W. Hetzel" <hetzels@westbend.net>
Cc:        <ports@FreeBSD.ORG>
Subject:   RE: MySQL port problem
Message-ID:  <000001bea72c$9cc35840$15256c18@flanders.nerdpower.net>
In-Reply-To: <015201bea722$d72b0500$8dfee0d1@westbend.net>

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With answers come enlightenment... and more questions!

Your explanation about the differences between 3.1-STABLE and 4.0-CURRENT
make complete sense (the term DOH! comes to mind...); however, now I have a
few more questions...

> libstdc++.so.3 is only in 4.0-Current. As that library is not on any of my
> 3.1-STABLE or 3.2-RELEASE systems.  You downloaded the wrong
> mysql package,
> the package you downloaded is for 4.0-Current.
>
> Since your running 3.1-Stable, you need to fetch the package for
> 3.[1,2]-Release

The latest version shown under 3.1-RELEASE is mysql-3.22.16g. Using
sysinstall, is this the only version I can use?

> Using source is quite easy, just do the following:
>
> cd /usr/ports/databases/mysql322

When I try to cd into /usr/ports there is nothing there?!?

> make install
>
> This will fetch the mysql source, and optionally the Perl 5
> sources. It will
> then compile the sources and install the files onto your system.

I have tried this method also but get the following errors (the mysql322 dir
is /usr/local/mysql322):

homer# make install
"/usr/share/mk/bsd.port.mk", line 2: Could not find
/usr/ports/Mk/bsd.port.mk
"Makefile", line 44: Malformed conditional (!defined(NATIVE_THREADS) &&
${OSVERSION} >= 300000)
"Makefile", line 53: if-less elif
"Makefile", line 53: Need an operator
"Makefile", line 58: if-less elif
"Makefile", line 58: Need an operator
"Makefile", line 65: if-less endif
"Makefile", line 65: Need an operator
"/usr/share/mk/bsd.port.mk", line 2: Could not find
/usr/ports/Mk/bsd.port.mk
make: fatal errors encountered -- cannot continue

This error gives me no idea of what the problem might be.

Thanks once again for the assistance,

Jeff





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