When the CPUTYPE is set on an x86 box, and nasm happens to be
installed, audio/openal tries to use nasm and causes "bad objects"
in archive files (as the "-f elf" flag is not set), causing the
build to fail. The reason is because the 'type' flag is only set for
linux... This patch changes that *linux*) to *bsd*) allowing the
build to succeed (with the optimized asm version being used).
This has been tested on p4-xeon, amd32-athlon, and amd64-opteron, both
with CPUTYPE unset and set.
I seem to have forgotten my password to the creative repo (or users
weren't migrated when they changed from CVS to SVN), so I have not
committed my fix there, but will as soon as I get access.