In the last episode (Jul 08), Byron Schlemmer said:
> I'm having a problem installing Bacula from ports, which have been
> updated today :
> # portinstall -v bacula
> c++  -L/usr/local/lib -pthread -L../lib -L../cats -L../findlib -o 
> bacula-dir dird.o admin.o authenticate.o  autoprune.o backup.o bsr.o  
> catreq.o dird_conf.o expand.o  fd_cmds.o getmsg.o inc_conf.o job.o  
> jobq.o mountreq.o msgchan.o next_vol.o newvol.o  recycle.o restore.o 
> run_conf.o  scheduler.o sql_cmds.o  ua_acl.o ua_cmds.o ua_dotcmds.o  
> ua_query.o  ua_input.o ua_label.o ua_output.o ua_prune.o  ua_purge.o 
> ua_restore.o ua_run.o  ua_select.o ua_server.o  ua_status.o ua_tree.o 
> verify.o  -lsql -lbac -lfind -lm  -lcrypt -L/usr/local/lib -lpq 
> -D_THREAD_SAFE  -lwrap -lxpg4
> /usr/local/lib/ undefined reference to `nl_langinfo'
> *** Error code 1

nl_langinfo has been provided by libc ever since FreeBSD 4.5.  If
you're running something older, you will have to build a newer libc
(preferably a new world).  I'm not sure why your gettext build decided
that the system had nl_langinfo, though.

        Dan Nelson
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