Commit dd111dab authored by erich's avatar erich
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imported port for linux-libraries

This is part of the linux-compatibility setup
Obtained from: an old slackware dist
Approved by: asami (I hope ;-) )
parent 5b685ef3
# New ports collection makefile for: linux_lib
# Version required: 1.0
# Date created:
# Whom: erich@FreeBSD.org
#
# $Id$
#
DISTNAME= linux_lib
CATEGORIES= emulators
MAINTAINER= erich@FreeBSD.org
PREFIX= /compat/linux/
WRKSRC= ${WRKDIR}
.include <bsd.port.mk>
MD5 (linux_lib.tar.gz) = d868e04e7ff8425f1f0528fef7c03b9a
These are the libraries necessary for linux compat
These libraries are part of the linux compatibility options
for FreeBSD. To get linux compat working you will need
1) A linux binary such as doom, Wingz, or maple
2) a kernel with ``options LINUX_COMPAT'' in the config file
3) these libraries
4) the linux compat lkm (ie run /usr/bin/linux)
then run the linux binary.
eric.
erich@FreeBSD.org
# New ports collection makefile for: linux_lib
# Version required: 1.0
# Date created:
# Whom: erich@FreeBSD.org
#
# $Id$
#
DISTNAME= linux_lib
CATEGORIES= emulators
MAINTAINER= erich@FreeBSD.org
PREFIX= /compat/linux/
WRKSRC= ${WRKDIR}
.include <bsd.port.mk>
MD5 (linux_lib.tar.gz) = d868e04e7ff8425f1f0528fef7c03b9a
These are the libraries necessary for linux compat
These libraries are part of the linux compatibility options
for FreeBSD. To get linux compat working you will need
1) A linux binary such as doom, Wingz, or maple
2) a kernel with ``options LINUX_COMPAT'' in the config file
3) these libraries
4) the linux compat lkm (ie run /usr/bin/linux)
then run the linux binary.
eric.
erich@FreeBSD.org
# New ports collection makefile for: linux_lib
# Version required: 1.0
# Date created:
# Whom: erich@FreeBSD.org
#
# $Id$
#
DISTNAME= linux_lib
CATEGORIES= emulators
MAINTAINER= erich@FreeBSD.org
PREFIX= /compat/linux/
WRKSRC= ${WRKDIR}
.include <bsd.port.mk>
MD5 (linux_lib.tar.gz) = d868e04e7ff8425f1f0528fef7c03b9a
These are the libraries necessary for linux compat
These libraries are part of the linux compatibility options
for FreeBSD. To get linux compat working you will need
1) A linux binary such as doom, Wingz, or maple
2) a kernel with ``options LINUX_COMPAT'' in the config file
3) these libraries
4) the linux compat lkm (ie run /usr/bin/linux)
then run the linux binary.
eric.
erich@FreeBSD.org
# New ports collection makefile for: linux_lib
# Version required: 1.0
# Date created:
# Whom: erich@FreeBSD.org
#
# $Id$
#
DISTNAME= linux_lib
CATEGORIES= emulators
MAINTAINER= erich@FreeBSD.org
PREFIX= /compat/linux/
WRKSRC= ${WRKDIR}
.include <bsd.port.mk>
MD5 (linux_lib.tar.gz) = d868e04e7ff8425f1f0528fef7c03b9a
These are the libraries necessary for linux compat
These libraries are part of the linux compatibility options
for FreeBSD. To get linux compat working you will need
1) A linux binary such as doom, Wingz, or maple
2) a kernel with ``options LINUX_COMPAT'' in the config file
3) these libraries
4) the linux compat lkm (ie run /usr/bin/linux)
then run the linux binary.
eric.
erich@FreeBSD.org
# New ports collection makefile for: linux_lib
# Version required: 1.0
# Date created:
# Whom: erich@FreeBSD.org
#
# $Id$
#
DISTNAME= linux_lib
CATEGORIES= emulators
MAINTAINER= erich@FreeBSD.org
PREFIX= /compat/linux/
WRKSRC= ${WRKDIR}
.include <bsd.port.mk>
MD5 (linux_lib.tar.gz) = d868e04e7ff8425f1f0528fef7c03b9a
These are the libraries necessary for linux compat
These libraries are part of the linux compatibility options
for FreeBSD. To get linux compat working you will need
1) A linux binary such as doom, Wingz, or maple
2) a kernel with ``options LINUX_COMPAT'' in the config file
3) these libraries
4) the linux compat lkm (ie run /usr/bin/linux)
then run the linux binary.
eric.
erich@FreeBSD.org
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