Re: win32 codecs not fixed?

2006-11-14 Thread Armin Pirkovitsch
Tuc at T-B-O-H.NET wrote:
 Yousef Adnan Raffah wrote:
 I have tried to portsnap this morning in order to see if the security
 issue with the multimedia/win32-codecs was resolved, which seems like it
 is not.
 What does usually happen when such a thing is happening, does the
 package/port stay restricted until the developer/port owner fix the
 security issue or does something else happens?
 Run portaudit -F to fetch the most current database. The Issue has been
 removed some time ago by adding the option to not install quicktime (see
 http://www.freshports.org/multimedia/win32-codecs )

   Probably needs to remove /var/db/ports/win32-codecs/options and
 then reconfigure it w/o Quicktime. Then it won't give the error anymore.
 
   Is there a better way to have a port forget its previous
 options?

make config in the ports' directory (eg multimedia/win32-codecs) will
show you the configuration menu (if available)

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Re: win32 codecs not fixed?

2006-11-14 Thread Tuc at T-B-O-H.NET
 
 Yousef Adnan Raffah wrote:
  I have tried to portsnap this morning in order to see if the security
  issue with the multimedia/win32-codecs was resolved, which seems like it
  is not.
  What does usually happen when such a thing is happening, does the
  package/port stay restricted until the developer/port owner fix the
  security issue or does something else happens?
 
 Run portaudit -F to fetch the most current database. The Issue has been
 removed some time ago by adding the option to not install quicktime (see
 http://www.freshports.org/multimedia/win32-codecs )
 
Probably needs to remove /var/db/ports/win32-codecs/options and
then reconfigure it w/o Quicktime. Then it won't give the error anymore.

Is there a better way to have a port forget its previous
options?

Thanks, Tuc
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Re: win32 codecs not fixed?

2006-11-14 Thread Armin Pirkovitsch
Yousef Adnan Raffah wrote:
 I have tried to portsnap this morning in order to see if the security
 issue with the multimedia/win32-codecs was resolved, which seems like it
 is not.
 What does usually happen when such a thing is happening, does the
 package/port stay restricted until the developer/port owner fix the
 security issue or does something else happens?

Run portaudit -F to fetch the most current database. The Issue has been
removed some time ago by adding the option to not install quicktime (see
http://www.freshports.org/multimedia/win32-codecs )

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Re: win32 codecs not fixed?

2006-11-14 Thread Robert Huff
Hello:

  2) make rmconfig
 
   Thanks. Never heard of that option before. 

Note also make showconfig.


Robert Huff
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