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Date:      Wed, 17 Mar 2004 16:01:25 -0600
From:      "Jack L. Stone" <jackstone@sage-one.net>
To:        andy@lewman.com, freebsd-stable@freebsd.org
Subject:   Re: mod_php4 and portupgrade
Message-ID:  <3.0.5.32.20040317160125.01f11918@10.0.0.10>
In-Reply-To: <20040317214917.GA34432@phobos.osem.com>
References:  <000001c40c5c$ae165440$fb1e010a@laptop> <000001c40c5c$ae165440$fb1e010a@laptop>

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TopPost:
I've been able to put "options" as follows:
# /var/db/ports/xxxx <--name of port

At 04:49 PM 3.17.2004 -0500, andy@lewman.com wrote:
>You can use a ~/php4_options file in theory.  I've never been able to
>get it to work reliably no matter which $HOME I put the file in (root or
>my user).
>
>-Andrew
>
>On Wed, Mar 17, 2004 at 12:16:05PM -0800, kyle@xraided.net wrote 1.3K
bytes in 29 lines about:
>: I've been doing research on how exactly to pass arguments to
>: portupgrade/portinstall for mod_php4 and I still seem to be somewhat
>: stumped.
>:  
>: By putting this line in /usr/local/etc/pkgtools.conf (MAKEARGS section),
>: I'm able to pass all but one argument to portinstall/portupgrade:
>: 'www/mod_php4' => 'BATCH=YES CTYPE=yes CURL=yes EXIF=yes FTP=yes GD=yes
>: MYSQL=yes OPENSSL=yes OVERLOAD=yes PCRE=yes POSIX=ye
>: s POSTGRESQL=yes SESSION=yes TOKENIZER=yes XML=yes ZLIB=yes',
>:  
>: The one that doesn't seem to be working is the POSTGRESQL=yes line
>: (Please see: http://www1.klmhosting.net/phppgsqladmin/). Unfortunately,
>: I need this argument because I run several servers that need
>: phppgsqladmin access. Is there something that I'm doing wrong, or
>: something I've over looked? Is this the "best/easiest" way to do this?
>:  
>: Also, I noticed these arguments do not get passed when I just do a "make
>: install" or "make reinstall" of the port.. Is there another place (I
>: assume /etc/make.conf, but what's the syntax? The same as
>: pkgtools.conf?) I can specify MAKEARGS for "make install/reinstall"? Or
>: should I just be using portinstall? Thanks all for your time.
>:  
>:  
>:  
>: -Kyle Mott
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Best regards,
Jack L. Stone,
Administrator

SageOne Net
http://www.sage-one.net
jackstone@sage-one.net



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