Building for FreeBSD¶
NOTE - Once the packages are in the FreeBSD main ports this guide should be changed to something much more simple
Install the ports manually¶
For some of this steps you must require a root access to modify the ports directory.
The webthree-umbrella depends on [libjson-rpc-cpp.shar](https://raw.githubusercontent.com/enriquefynn/webthree-umbrella-port/master/libjson-rpc-cpp.shar) that is also not in the ports system.
First you need to download the shar file and place it on your ports directory under the “devel” session, usually /usr/ports/devel
curl https://raw.githubusercontent.com/enriquefynn/webthree-umbrella-port/master/libjson-rpc-cpp.shar > /usr/ports/devel/libjson-rpc-cpp.shar
Now we execute the script with:
cd /usr/ports/devel sh libjson-rpc-cpp.shar
This will create the libjson-rpc-cpp port. Now you should do the same for the webthree-umbrella port, we should get the [webthree-umbrella](https://raw.githubusercontent.com/enriquefynn/webthree-umbrella-port/master/webthree-umbrella.shar) file and create the port under “net-p2p” directory.
curl https://raw.githubusercontent.com/enriquefynn/webthree-umbrella-port/master/webthree-umbrella.shar> /usr/ports/net-p2p/webthree-umbrella.shar cd /usr/ports/net-p2p sh webthree-umbrella.shar
Build and Install¶
Now you can navigate to the webthree-umbrella directory and install the port:
cd /usr/ports/net-p2p/webthree-umbrella make install clean