Is there any chance for a new build any time soon? The current one does not work without a bunch of library remaps on FreeBSD 7.1-RC1. And even then, it throws a bunch of errors. I suspect that the current unsupported PC-BSD build is built on a version of PC-BSD that uses FreeBSD 6.X as its base rather than 7. That's the only way to explain why it's dependent on libm.so.4 and libpthread.so.2, which have either been updated or are nonexistant in FreeBSD 7.
Posted 2008-12-23 12:48
· edited by Sabeeh Baig on 2009-12-23 13:04
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