Complete Sourceforge build for FileBench

Awhile back, we gave FileBench a much needed facelift. After its botox injection, we updated the sourceforge site's source code and integrated FileBench into Opensolaris.

Now i'm happy to report that we have updated the building process on the sourceforge site so that anyone can do a complete build with the updated source (as in the freshest FileBench source in the world). This complete build not only builds the open source parts (go_filebench, filebench(1), workloads, .prof files, scripts), but also includes the closed source binaries (such as davenet and statit). So yes xanadu is back! For those curious, the reason davenet and statit are closed binaries is because i don't happen to have the source code for them.

This update also includes pre-built packages for x86 and sparc (Solaris 10/OpenSolaris only). As i'm not familiar with creating packages for OSX, \*BSD, or linux, if someone from that knowledge set wants to help out and automate the process to build packages for non-OpenSolaris platforms, we'd be much obliged.

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