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samba port in freeBSD ports tree

hi all,
i'm trying to install samba on my freeBSD machine, i have an updated ports tree. When i do a 'make' it downloads the samba tar file, and tries to patch, but it asks me what file to patch. I have no idea what to do at this point. The samething also happens to me with the Abiword port. Most other ports patch okay.

if i skip the file to patch it will die.

here's the output:
	bash-2.05$ sudo make
	>> samba-2.2.3a.tar.gz doesn't seem to exist in /usr/ports/distfiles/.
	>> Attempting to fetch from
	Receiving samba-2.2.3a.tar.gz (5460531 bytes): 100%
	5460531 bytes transferred in 844.8 seconds (6.31 kBps)
	===>  Extracting for samba-2.2.3a
	>> Checksum OK for samba-2.2.3a.tar.gz.
	===>   samba-2.2.3a depends on executable: autoconf213 - found
	===>   samba-2.2.3a depends on shared library: cups.2 - found
	===>  Patching for samba-2.2.3a
	===>  Applying FreeBSD patches for samba-2.2.3a
	File to patch:

any ideas?


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