Okay. I found the fix to my problem. For the archives, I found the answer on the Apple Streaming-Server-Users mailling list here:
http://lists.apple.com/archives/streaming-server-users/2004/Apr/msg00214.html The Buildit script in the source/work directory (work/DarwinStreamingSrvr5.5.3-Source/) refers to the CCOMP environment variable, so rather than change the Buildit script I did the following: #setenv CCOMP g++ #make clean && make and it builds fine. --Original Message-- > Hi! > > I'm compiling the port of net/DarwinStreamingServer and ran into an error: > > [...] > Installing source build of Darwin Streaming Server > copying Install to FreeBSD > copying DarwinStreamingServer to FreeBSD/DarwinStreamingServer > cp: DarwinStreamingServer: No Such File or Directory > *** Error code 1 > > > I looked for this file in the original source tarball I and don't see it. > I do see this file in the Linux tarball. Does this port require the Linux > binary tarball instead of the Source download? Yet the makefile > specifically stated using DarwinStreamingSrvr5.5.3-Source.tar. > > I had found a set of "FreeBSD binaries" (woefully out of date) that seemed > to be compiled from the Linux download and running under Linux emulation. > Is this the case for the FreeBSD port? > > I'm not subscribed to this list, so please Cc: me on any replies. > > Thanks. > _______________________________________________ email@example.com mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"