I have two machines running 4.9. On "blacklamb", I have the ports collection installed and am running Samba 2.2.8a . On blacksheep, I mount blacklamb's /usr/ports at blacksheep's /usr/ports using smbfs. This system has worked fine for over 2 years.
However on blacksheep, I tried to upgrade from ruby 1.6 to ruby 1.8 following the instructions in /usr/ports/UPDATING. When running 'make install clean', I get the following error:
blacksheep# make install clean ===> Building for ruby-1.8.1_2 make: cannot open makefile. *** Error code 2
Yet if I run the same command on blacklamb, the port builds just fine. Other ports build OK on blacksheep using this method. Any ideas on why ruby 1.8 won't build?
I have to take that back. It seems all ports I attempt to build on blacksheep fail in the same manner. So what is it about mounting via smbfs that might cause this problem? It used to work... :-(
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