will fail in a mate-only installation where gnome-terminal is not installed
(eg; no terminal window opens up and the requested action fails)
a) add make code to the Makefile to force a choice of "gnome-terminal",
"mate-terminal", or soemthing else (eg; xterm ?)
b) mate system user creates a link between "mate-terminal" and "gnome-terminal"
in the path above; this would imply a friendly suggestion in the port
c) mate system user installs "gnome-terminal" and everything thing is
"hunkey-dorey"; this probably won't cause any undesirable side affect of
installing more of Gnome as all of the gnome-terminal requisites also can be
found in the "mate" environment
--- Comment #2 from Jim D. <[hidden email]> ---
Hmmm - can't find the reference to "stage/usr/local....." so just the
usr/ports/security/secpanel/work/usr/local...." reference is relevant (as it is
a subdirectory of "secpanel/work").
One could also apply a 'diff -c' patch to the installed
"/usr/local/share/secpanel/termdefs.txt" file, but this is then a user function
rather than a port Makefile option.