Re: [Nolug] compiling programs on *BSD

From: Yuji Yamano <>
Date: Tue, 15 Oct 2002 22:22:34 +0900 (JST)
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Joey Kelly <> writes:

> I need to compile apache and perl for a new webserver (my app won't run
> on most binary apache/perl installs). While I'm at it, I'll go ahead and
> compile mysql.
> My question: will I be able to do this on NetBSD? I know that many linux
> programs run run under the linux compatibility mode (ports, or
> whatever), but will the source compile alright natively?

I think you can compile them easily with the NetBSD pkgsrc. it has
databases/{mysql-client,mysql-server} and www/{apache,apache-current,
apache2,apache6}. Also binary packages are provided for some architectures.
Please see:

-- Yuji Yamano
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