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[GNUnet-developers] Re: [bug-GNUnet] GNUnet on FreeBSD

From: Christian Grothoff
Subject: [GNUnet-developers] Re: [bug-GNUnet] GNUnet on FreeBSD
Date: Sun, 24 Jun 2007 23:43:21 -0600
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Dear Alexander,

I'm glad to hear you got it to work on FreeBSD.  Since there is an
#include <sys/types.h> in platform.h (maybe in the wrong spot for FreeBSD?) 
I'm not sure how to fix that one.  I'm also confused by the gnome-libs 
requirement, I don't think gnome-libs is required for glade (but maybe your 
glade version?).  Also, the transports/upnp/ code depends on libxml2 (not 
gtk/glade), so maybe your hack broke something other check.

Anyway, if you (or someone else) has a (clean) patch that would properly fix 
some or all of the issues that you encountered on FreeBSD, I'd be happy to 
apply it.  



On Sunday 24 June 2007 11:45, Alexander Linden wrote:
> Hi,
> I have now installed 0.7.2 on FreeBSD.
> Configure stopped with gnome-libs not found (related to libglade)
> but --without-gtk was ignored. I didn't install anything for this but
> changed instead. According to the manpage it must
> be a bug that gnome parts are required to install the daemon.
> Second problem, it doesn't build. Tried an older version and found
> the same problem. Solution was a one line change, the addition
> of #include <sys/types.h> in platform.h.
> After adding this line it compiled until setup/lib, where it stopped at an
> unchanged @address@hidden Certainly my own attempt to remove the
> GUI features. I found a list of  unused GTK definitions in the Makefile and
> everything in this directory compiled after just removing them. Same
> in transports/upnp.
> Next stop was in setup/text/conf.c. Solution was to add #define OSX to this
> file because TIOCGETA works on FreeBSD. But I get lots of undefined
> scm_ type references. Decided to compile without guile.
> After that it compiled on FreeBSD.
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