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open Problem installing features on FreeBSD

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Hi guys.

As the title says, i'm having a problem installing some features on my server, for my website. Every time i try to install apache or php i have to write "make install" or "make install clean" or "make...something" i get:

"/usr/ports/Mk/bsd.port.mk", line 1043: Unknown directive
Unknown modifier 't'

Variable .CURDIR is recursive.

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He means using this instead:

pkg install -y apache24

 

You can install everything using pkg, there's no need to build stuff from ports unless you wanna make custom installs

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Using the dedicated package installer of freebsd instead of building the packages from the ports?
 

Btw to run make install you have to locate yourself in the proper directory where the makefile is.
 

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On 07/03/2018 at 2:35 PM, Fleon said:

Using the dedicated package installer of freebsd instead of building the packages from the ports?

What does it mean?

 

On 07/03/2018 at 2:35 PM, Fleon said:

Btw to run make install you have to locate yourself in the proper directory where the makefile is.

Do you mean... "cd /usr/ports/www/apache22/" then "make install clean"? That's what I'm trying to do, is something wrong?

Btw I don't understand anything about hosting or FreeBSD

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1 hour ago, tierrilopes said:

You can install everything using pkg, there's no need to build stuff from ports unless you wanna make custom installs

So that means that I can install everything using pkg and I don't need to install portsnap?

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