Upgrading Apache2 using portupgrade

Jonathan Dean jon.dean at deanuk.net
Tue Sep 3 00:33:42 BST 2002


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I tried portupgrade -m OPENSSLBASE=/usr/local and it compiled apache2 ok. 
Deinstalled the old apache, then failed on the install of the new version 
and didn't bother to revert back to the backup of the old version. - now 
I'm stuck with no apache at all! :(
Looks like its going to have to be a buildworld time!
Thanks for all the help anyway!
Jon

At 19:07 02/09/2002 +0200, Herbert wrote:
>Hei!
>
>There is no need for removing the openssl-0.9.6g port before running the
>make buildworld. You can also try to run portupgrade -m
>OPENSSLBASE=/usr/local. Or you upgrade the apache2 port manually with
>make OPENSSLBASE=/usr/local install clean.
>
>/Herbert
>
>On Mon, Sep 02, 2002 at 12:11:35PM +0100, Jonathan Dean wrote:
> > After looking in more detail at the system I've got openssl 0.9.6a
> > installed in the 4.6-RELEASE base. (in /usr) and openssl 0.9.6g from ports
> > (in /usr/local) would it be best to uninstall the one from ports (0.9.6g)
> > before buildworld?
> > Otherwise i'll end up with 0.9.6g installed in two places? Correct me if
> > I'm wrong.

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Jonathan Dean
jon.dean at deanuk.net             www.jondean.com

Dept. Computer Science, University of Exeter, UK.
j.s.dean at ex.ac.uk               www.dcs.ex.ac.uk

Network Manager, Dean UK Networks.
root at deanuk.net         www.deanuk.net
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<font size=3>I tried portupgrade -m OPENSSLBASE=/usr/local and it
compiled apache2 ok. Deinstalled the old apache, then failed on the
install of the new version and didn't bother to revert back to the backup
of the old version. - now I'm stuck with no apache at all! :(<br>
Looks like its going to have to be a buildworld time!<br>
Thanks for all the help anyway!<br>
Jon<br><br>
At 19:07 02/09/2002 +0200, Herbert wrote:<br>
<blockquote type=cite class=cite cite>Hei!<br><br>
There is no need for removing the openssl-0.9.6g port before running the
<br>
make buildworld. You can also try to run portupgrade -m <br>
OPENSSLBASE=/usr/local. Or you upgrade the apache2 port manually with
<br>
make OPENSSLBASE=/usr/local install clean. <br><br>
/Herbert<br><br>
On Mon, Sep 02, 2002 at 12:11:35PM +0100, Jonathan Dean wrote:<br>
&gt; After looking in more detail at the system I've got openssl 0.9.6a
<br>
&gt; installed in the 4.6-RELEASE base. (in /usr) and openssl 0.9.6g from
ports <br>
&gt; (in /usr/local) would it be best to uninstall the one from ports
(0.9.6g) <br>
&gt; before buildworld?<br>
&gt; Otherwise i'll end up with 0.9.6g installed in two places? Correct
me if <br>
&gt; I'm wrong.</blockquote>
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