casper at mentalindustries.com
Thu Sep 13 03:44:49 PDT 2007
MacPorts base version 1.5 installed
Downloaded MacPorts base version 1.520
Configuring, Building and Installing new MacPorts base
thanks for all your help...how much do I owe? ;-)
On 12/09/2007, at 23.03, Ryan Schmidt wrote:
> On Sep 12, 2007, at 10:24, Casper Holm wrote:
>> On 12/09/2007, at 15.11, Daniel J. Luke wrote:
>>> On Sep 12, 2007, at 8:53 AM, Casper Holm wrote:
>>>> thanks for helping this noob out, but is it possible to
>>>> reinstall the apple libtool or should i reinstall system?
>>> Apple libtool is provided by the DeveloperTools package of Xcode.
>>> If this is the only thing wrong with your system, you can
>>> probably just rm the gnu libtool you put in place, and install
>>> the latest Xcode.
>> Ijust found out that theres surpose to be some old gnulibtool in
>> usr/bin/ so I'm afraid i did some prefix/pathing to the updated
>> libtool... alas I'll take pacifist for a run to see if i can
>> reinstall the apple tools..
> What do you need Pacifist for? I agree with Daniel. Reinstall
> Developer Tools. This is fairly easy. Use the uninstall script
> provided on the Xcode disk image first. Then install again.
> Here's what I have on my system:
> $ cd /usr/bin
> $ l *libt*
> -rwxr-xr-x 1 root wheel 206466 Sep 12 2006 glibtool
> -rwxr-xr-x 1 root wheel 9927 Sep 12 2006 glibtoolize
> -r-xr-xr-x 1 root wheel 293636 Sep 16 2006 libtool
> It looks like Developer Tools provides at least the glibtool items:
> $ grep glibtool -R /Library/Receipts/* 2>/dev/null
> Binary file /Library/Receipts/DeveloperTools.pkg/Contents/
> Archive.bom matches
> Not sure if it also provides the non-Apple libtool, but why not
> give it a shot? Uninstalling and reinstalling Xcode is easier than
> reinstalling the whole OS.
>> "rm the gnu libtool"? rename?
> "rm" is the unix remove command.
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