Try selfupdate with Leopard => Error md5.h is missing
frstan at bellsouth.net
Thu Nov 1 14:02:42 PDT 2007
On Nov 1, 2007, at 4:24 PM, Ryan Schmidt wrote:
> On Nov 1, 2007, at 13:34, Jean-Philippe Humbert wrote:
>> Le 30 oct. 07 à 13:13, Jean-Philippe Humbert a écrit :
>>> I have tried a new installation on Leopard.
>>> I have installed XCode and the Unix SDK.
>>> When I try sudo port selfupdate (I have a version 1.5 installed),
>>> I receive this error message:
>>> configure: Please install the BSD SDK package from the Xcode
>>> Developer Tools CD.
>>> configure: error: libmd was found, but md5.h is missing.
>>> Well the file md5.h exists (spotlight find it in crypto and
>>> sys ...)?
>>> Can someone help?
>> I don´t find a way to install macports from scratch on leopard.
>> I mean you can download and install the dmg file for 10.5
>> But after this port selfupdate does not work...
>> So the solution was to copy a tiger installation and it seems to
> That's not a solution, that's a workaround. Has anybody else been
> able to selfupdate on Leopard?
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selfupdate ok with 1.52
have you tried doing sudo port -duf upgrade MacPorts?
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