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Can't install Dansguardian in 9.2-RELEASE-p2


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Can't install Dansguardian in 9.2-RELEASE-p2

Hi Guys,

I'm a FreeBSD newbie with some basic Linux experience. I have installed FreeBSD 9.2 with Squid and IPFW but am struggling to get dansguardian working. I have also installed apache24 which I believe is a pr-requisite dependency and that seems to be running happily enough

I have tried multiple forums and posts without success. I have double-checked that dansguardian- is in /usr/ports/distfiles but I get the following error:-

root@tinman:/usr/ports/www/dansguardian # make install clean
===>  dansguardian- commercial source download is restricted.  Please visit and read @ dansguardian.org/index.php?page=copyright2
and download dansguardian- into /usr/ports/distfiles before running make.
*** [install] Error code 1

Stop in /usr/ports/www/dansguardian.
root@tinman:/usr/ports/www/dansguardian #

Any help would be gratefully received

Thanks in advance

Andy Hounsome

Last edited by bartus11; 01-01-2014 at 08:47 AM.. Reason: Please use code tags
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