--On Wednesday, October 01, 2003 15:12:42 +0200 Felix 'buebo' Kakrow
<[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
I've compiled a port as normal (apache13 in this case). I'd like to run
'make install' now and tell it to install the package to the base of the
root filesystem of a jail from the jail's host. Possibly also to skip
registering it in the host's package database.
Does anyone know an easy way to do this with the ports system?
In this situation I like it to mount the /usr/ports via nullfs in my Jail
Directory and build the Port directly in the Jail. However you'll have to
have a more or less complete system (at least gcc + all needet build
dependencies) in the Jail. As a plus you don't have to worry about
package registrations and stuff like this, but I'm just another newbie so
probally somebody will come up with another and better way ;)
Another option is to build and package the port(s) outside the jail.
Then nullfs mount /usr/ports in the jail directory and install
the port(s) from the package(s).
The downside of this approach is that the port needs to be installed
on the host system to build the package. If you have multiple virtual
host jails which are basicly identical in configuration; you might
want to consider setting up one to build the packages in instead of
building them on the host system. (And then install from packages in
the other jails.)
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