On stardate Sun, 20 Jun 2004, the wise Kent Stewart entered:
On Sunday 20 June 2004 03:54 am, 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.
Look at the Makefile. It defaults to gtk12 unless you have gtk2 defined some place such as /etc/make.conf. Kill the define and it should use 1.2.
The solution was not the makefile but in the file /var/db/ports/gftp/options. I deleted it and after that it installed correctly.
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