If you have already rebuilt your userland using make world or make buildworld, you can skip this step and install your existing userland into the new jail. This command will populate the directory subtree chosen as jail's physical location on the file system with the necessary binaries, libraries, manual pages …

Some plugins depend on the native extension library. It means that you need to install development packages to build it e.g. gcc, make, autoconf, etc. Install development packages first, if you see logs like this: Hello Rubyists - I read Paolo Perrotta's Metaprogramming Ruby 2 a few years ago and it instantly became my favorite Ruby book. After being away from Ruby for awhile now (PHP job), I've begun re-reading this book and taking notes on some of the chapters. Bugzilla – Bug 94969 build fails because install-data-local doesn't follow $DESTDIR Last modified: 2016-04-26 21:00:48 UTC When "make install DESTDIR=/tmp/xxx" finishes you're ready for step 3 above. This is a popular method to collect installed files. The downside of this approach is that not all packages supports the DESTDIR method, and some that claim they do, sometimes behave weirdly if you install them using DESTDIR.

Even though DESTDIR is specified, make installworld looks into /etc/passwd for ntpd user instead of ${DESTDIR}/etc/passed and fails to continue. I had 11.2-RELEASE running and had mounted 12-ALPHA release under /mnt/current while I mounted 12-ALPHA#'s /usr/src and /usr/obj. $ make installworld -C /usr/src DESTDIR=/mnt/current That failed even

The auto-destdir tools "make-redir" and "run-redir" will automatically redirect file reads/writes to follow the DESTDIR convention, without requiring any changes to the build files (e.g., a makefile). Attempts to write to directories that are normally root-privileged (such as /usr/bin) will instead be redirected to descend from a designated Practical Makefiles, by example 3 Enter make. Make is a much more elegant solution to our building problems. We create a file named Makefile, which contains a set of rules describing build products, their dependencies, and which commands are needed to build them.Then when we ask make to build our program binary, it recursively traverses the dependency graph to figure out which parts need to be re-created, based on the last Native gem installation doesn't work on Windows with >= 2

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Native gem installation doesn't work on Windows with >= 2 Trying to install a native gem on Windows doesn't work with RubyGems >= 2.4.0, Ruby 1.9.3-p547. DevKit is installed. As far as I can tell, this is related to b97ec2a C:\ruby-1.9.3-p547\bin> gem install json Temporarily enhancing PATH to