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Old 2009-09-05, 18:04   #1
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Default Jean Penne's LLR for BSD?

Does anyone have LLR 3.7.1b compiled for FreeBSD?
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Old 2009-09-09, 21:40   #2
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A friend of mine (known in this project as runesk) was kind and compiled it for me, so if anyone else needs it, it's here: http://tools.1up.no/llrbsd/
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A friend of mine (known in this project as runesk) was kind and compiled it for me, so if anyone else needs it, it's here: http://tools.1up.no/llrbsd/
Compiled on FreeBSD 7.2 32-bit (static sllr will probably not work on older/newer releases). Version is 3.7.1c (downloaded zip file says 3.7.1d, but the executable still says 3.7.1c)

No magic involved in compiling.

Added a prpclient for FreeBSD as well. This package misses the pfgw executable, as openpfgw was not compilable without spending hours of fiddling (and as the goal was to make it usable for PRP PSP, I really don't care )

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