I should also have mentioned that other ports install normally. I just
finished installing unzip.
On Thursday 23 May 2002 01:28 am, Jay wrote:
> I've just seen the same problem with libnet.
> The machine in question was installed via a DP1 CD yesterday. I updated it
> about 1PM today to the latest -CURRENT.
> When I saw the infinite 'make' loop (about 15...30...60 minutes ago), I
> deleted /usr/ports on the looping machine; resynced my CVS tree on my
> server, cvsup'd to get /usr/ports back; and attempted to 'make build'
> libnet. Same thing -- the infinite 'no MD5 sum' loop.
> Then I deleted the ports directory out of my CVS tree and resynced it.
> While I was doing that, I also re-deleted the /usr/ports dir on the looping
> machine. After resyncing /usr/ports with my fresh (finished updating 5
> minutes ago) CVS tree, I still see the same problem.
> On Wed, May 22, 2002 at 06:21:22PM -0700, Scott Reese wrote:
> > Hello,
> > I just upgraded my 4-STABLE machine to -CURRENT via source. Everything
> > seemed to go smoothly and things are running fine, EXCEPT when I try to
> > build *any* of the ports in the ports collection. Every time I run
> > 'make' it gets stuck in an infinite loop and doesn't build the port.=20
> > Some examples:
> Are you sure you have an up-to-date ports collection? This bug was
> fixed a few weeks ago.
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