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Old 23rd June 2008
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Default PHP5 inst. from Ports

Hello,

Ftp'd new ports collection a few days ago and attempting to upgrade to php5.

Steps:
cd /usr/ports_temp/lang/php5
make
===> php5-5.2.6 cannot install: unknown AUTOCONF version: 261.
*** Error code 1

Stop in /usr/ports_temp/lang/php5

I subsequently installed the latest 'unpatched' version of AUTOCONF, shown above, upgrade m4 and it made no difference.

What should I do instead ?

Thanks!
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Autoconf 2.61 (devel/autoconf261) has been around for quite some time, does this port exist on your system?
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