The Makefile in ports/ftp/gftp has the option WITH_GTK2, which should of
course be unset if you want to compile with gtk12 (that seems to be the
default). Maybe you have some saved options in /var/db/ports/gftp/ ?
Then remove that file and try again.
On Sun, Jun 20, 2004 at 12:54:13PM +0200, Marco Beishuizen wrote:
> I'm trying to install gFTP from the ports. When I do a make install, it
> constantly wants to install gtk20 instead of gtk12. Gtk20 isn't installed
> on my machine due to errors during the build, but gtk12 is installed.
> According to the gFTP website it shouldn't be a problem to install gFTP
> with gtk12, so how do I force the gFTP-port to install it with gtk12
> instead of gtk20?
> PS I'm running FreeBSD-i386 4.10-STABLE.
> Thanks in advance,
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