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Old 25th September 2010
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hi i was upgrading freebsd 8.1 release into 8.1 stable,all seems work fine except i cann't use ./configure when compiling source file from git snapshot(lusca head)
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FreeBSD local 8.1-RELEASE-p1 FreeBSD 8.1-RELEASE-p1 #0: Sat Sep 25 01:04:23 WIT 2010     stellar@local:/usr/obj/usr/src/sys/NEW  i386
I was already recompiled all of my port after recompile buildworld,followed these guide : http://forums.freebsd.org/showpost.p...74&postcount=5

hmm how to fix this?i was already reading through handbook couldn't found anything wrong,google search nothing only all about make from port,irc unhelpful,please any help really appreciated
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Please make sure that the configure script is marked executable (chmod +x ./configure), if it doesn't exist you'll have to create it. Googling about the GNU toolchain will explain how, some projects provide an autogen.sh or similar script to do it.


other wise, please post a typescript of the shell session :-)
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Please make sure that the configure script is marked executable (chmod +x ./configure), if it doesn't exist you'll have to create it. Googling about the GNU toolchain will explain how, some projects provide an autogen.sh or similar script to do it.


other wise, please post a typescript of the shell session :-)
thank you seems there is a autogen.sh,waiting for recompiling port to be finished,it's already 5 hours lol,i was just afraid did something wrong in kernel config and need to recompiler all over again ,will report back,cheers.
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Are you compiling git from ports, or from someone's HEAD then?
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Are you compiling git from ports, or from someone's HEAD then?
from ports, hmm do i mentioned about compiling git?

thanks all fixed,i forgot the check thereis autogen.sh.
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