Pine 3.95 under FreeBSD 2.1.5

Pine 3.95 under FreeBSD 2.1.5

Post by Cleto Pesc » Thu, 12 Sep 1996 04:00:00



Hello,

Does anyone know how to compile Pine 3.95 under FreeBSD 2.1.5?
I've tried to compile it using the NetBSD makefile, since there is no
indication of a FreeBSD-specific makefile, but the executable hangs
soon after start. Any suggestion? Should I wait for a port and stick
with 3.91?

TIA,

Cleto Pescia

 
 
 

Pine 3.95 under FreeBSD 2.1.5

Post by Ollivier Robe » Thu, 12 Sep 1996 04:00:00


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> Does anyone know how to compile Pine 3.95 under FreeBSD 2.1.5?
> I've tried to compile it using the NetBSD makefile, since there is no
> indication of a FreeBSD-specific makefile, but the executable hangs
> soon after start. Any suggestion? Should I wait for a port and stick

I think there is a port now. Maybe not for 2.1.5 specifically but you may
want to try CURRENT's port of PINE.
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