Harvest keeps all of its files in /usr/local/harvest or whichever
prefix you have assigned during
configure. To uninstall Harvest,
simply delete the Harvest directory.
If you did following when installing Harvest:
# ./configure --prefix=/home/data/harvest
then, this should uninstall Harvest:
# rm -fr /home/data/harvest
You might also want to check the start scripts which start Harvest daemons
during system boot and remove
cron jobs necessary for running Harvest.
Bison and flex are available at GNU FTP Site and its mirrors.
# ./configure --prefix=/my/directory/harvest # make # make install
On some systems, building Harvest may fail with following message:
Making all in util gcc -I../include -I./../include -c buffer.c In file included from ../include/config.h:350, from ../include/util.h:112, from buffer.c:86: /usr/include/regex.h:46: syntax error before `regoff_t' /usr/include/regex.h:46: warning: data definition has no type or storage class /usr/include/regex.h:56: syntax error before `regoff_t' *** Error code 1
If you get this error, edit src/common/include/autoconf.h
and add "#define USE_GNU_REGEX 1" before typing
make to build
See FreshPorts Harvest page http://www.freshports.org/www/harvest/ for more informations about building Harvest on FreeBSD.