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Default vsftpd port issue on FreeBSD 8.2 x64

Hi,

I installed the vsftpd port in FreeBSD 8.2 x64 only I think the port itself may have issues??

Standard install was performed:

Code:
cd /usr/ports/*/vsftpd 
make install clean
however, for whatever reason no binary was put into /usr/local/bin and additionally no startup script in /usr/local/etc/rc.d/ ??

I then thought that perhaps it might be a bad build so I did this:

Code:
cd /usr/ports/*/vsftpd
make deinstall
make clean
make config
make install clean
during the build process though the actual system came up with /usr/local/bin empty.....


This was after updating/upgrading all local ports too meaning that I should have the lates SPEC and Makefile's.


Can anyone suggest anything?


Thanks
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