According to Lowell Gilbert: > Rich Winkel <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes: > > > I support various types of servers and workstations which need > > different "local" software sets. I do all my building on one > > machine, so I use LOCALBASE and PKG_DBDIR in /etc/make.conf to > > keep the various configurations separate. Unfortunately many ports > > don't respect the LOCALBASE setting and install into /usr/local, > > even while recording the packing list as being in LOCALBASE! > > > > The p5 ports seem especially bad about this. I understand the > > need for perl to be able to find its local packages, so after I > > manually fix things up I need to know how to tell perl to look > > for its stuff under LOCALBASE instead of /usr/local. Can someone > > tell me? > > > > Or alternatively, has someone else found a better way to deal with > > the whole problem of maintaining different software sets?? > > This is really a ports question, so I'm redirecting there. > > Apparently you're dealing with bugs in the ports, but it's hard to be > sure without more details. Can you give a specific example?
Thanks for the reply! I've had such problems with spamassassin-milter and also apsprint. Rich _______________________________________________ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"