Alexis Dorais-Joncas wrote:
Lane a écrit :
On Friday 08 December 2006 13:58, Alexis Dorais-Joncas wrote:
Subject says it all. I would like to install the package phpMyAdmin on
two different locations on my server. Is this doable? If so, how?
I'm using FreeBSD g-noc.net 6.0-RELEASE FreeBSD 6.0-RELEASE #0: Thu
Nov 3 09:36:13 UTC 2005
[EMAIL PROTECTED]:/usr/obj/usr/src/sys/GENERIC i386 with ports
updated daily with cvsup.
Right now, after I do :
sudo make PREFIX=/xxx/yyy install
I get :
phpMyAdmin-18.104.22.168 A set of PHP-scripts to manage MySQL over the web
And when I try to install it again but using a different PREFIX, I get
===> Checking if databases/phpmyadmin already installed
===> phpMyAdmin-22.214.171.124 is already installed
You may wish to ``make deinstall'' and install this port again
Using FORCE_PKG_REGISTER unregisters the first installation, so its no
good for this I guess.
Thanks in advance,
Read through the porters' handbook,
You are interested primarily in PREFIX and DESTDIR, but all of the
text up to that point is enlightening.
I think you misunderstood my problem. I know how to install a port to a
specific location using PREFIX. What I want to achieve is to have one
port installed twice. For example, I want one whole instance of
phpMyAdmin to be in /var/www/ and a whole other one in /home/someuser/.
And I want both instances to be manageable with the package tools (such
as portupgrade) in order to keep both updated easily.
Or have I totally missed the point with PREFIX/DESTDIR ?
Well, a kludge, and maybe Lane was alluding to this, is to duplicate the
phpMyAdmin port so you have two copies in your ports. You could then
change the copy's Makefile so it has a different PORTNAME and a new
install prefix. Of course you'd have to update your copy every time the
original gets updated, but a script could probably handle that. Also
portsnap will overwrite your copy, so maybe the script could recopy each
I hope there's an easier way though.
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