Andrew Robinson wrote:
I'm trying to run mbmon, with SMB enabled, but it fails to work. So,
I want to compile it without smb, as it seems that some people have
had success with this option. All I know is that I have to set
WITHOUT_SMB somewhere, somehow. But for the life of me I can't figure
out how to do that. I've deinstalled the package and reinstalled it
via portinstall, but I no longer get the option to deselect SMB.
Can anyone provide a clue?
In the relevant port dir
Or invest some time in reading up on portupgrade and put the option into
pkgtools.conf (once portupgrade is installed, of course :-)) then
portupgrade -f mbmon
would do what you want and would also remember the next time!
Can you not just force mbmon to not use SMB? Does a simple "mbmon -d"
not find anything? If it does e.g.
# mbmon -d
SMBus[VT8233/A/8235/8237(KT266/333/400/600/880)] found, but No HWM
available on it!!
Using ISA-IO access method!!
* Winbond Chip W83627HF/THF/THF-A found.
Then try "mbmon -p winbond" and make that an alias for mbmon in your shells.
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