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Old 03-10-2007, 01:25 PM   #1
steven01
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No package available for p5-perl-headers: problem


Hello everyone. I recently "migrated" my 8 year old computer from Windows 98 to NetBSD 3.1. I've been working on installing some applications to help me carry on my web development work (and other things) on the machine, which is a hobby of mine. I choose to install the QEMU emulator with pkg_add and set about collecting the required dependencies from the pkgsrc repository. I got to p5-perl-headers and hit a snag: there are no packages for it, despite it having a page in the archives.

Without it I can't install /devel/SDL (and that is required to install QEMU). I've looked in various places and can't find any files that will allow me to install it manually (source or binary). If anyone here has managed to install /devel/SDL I would really appriciate it if you told me how you managed it. Thanks.

Steven.

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