After several freebsd-updates I ran today in an issue with /lib/libreadline conflicting with /usr/local/lib/libreadline. The former (/lib/libreadline) seems to be a left over from a previous FreeBSD version.
After removing the old one in /lib and running ldconfig the bash shell started to work...
I am getting following errors while running make buildworld,
I am using FreeBSD 12.1
root@freebsd:/usr/src # uname -a
FreeBSD freebsd 12.1-RELEASE FreeBSD 12.1-RELEASE r354233 GENERIC amd64
I have also installed openssl
root@freebsd:/usr/src # pkg info...
In a completely unrelated note to my recent ramblings, I'm finding I'm having an issue with tail.
tail -n 50 /var/log/nginx/error.log
=> # usage: tail [-F | -f | -r] [-q] [-b # | -c # | -n #] [file ...]
I just want to see the last 50 lines of said file. On my OSX box, works like a charm...
FreeBSD 11.1 i386
I have compiled and installed openssl from ports, so there are:
a) /usr/bin/openssl (OpenSSL 1.0.2k-freebsd 26 Jan 2017) with /lib/libcrypto.so.8, /usr/lib/libssl.so.8
b) /usr/local/bin/openssl (OpenSSL 1.0.2n 7 Dec 2017) with /usr/local/lib/libcrypto.so.9...
My goal is to create a base system with only the essential tools needed to operate a modern web server. For instance I use IPFW so I don't need PF, IPTABLED and IPFILTER. However this is my first time doing this so I would like advice / feedback on anything that looks incorrect or is a bad...
I'm trying to update the base system of the jails on my host. I created the jails using EZJail. On the host or on the jails, I think the correct way to check if my base system is up to date is to call
# freebsd-update fetch
This way I get a list of available updates. If the list is...
despite reading and re-reading the manual, I have an extremely hard time understanding how to keep my FreeBSD host and my FreeBSD jails secure.
I am going to try to express my current understanding of FreeBSD as maybe the problem is that I don't understand it.
There seems to be on one...
As of FreeBSD 10.0, a "light" version of Subversion has been integrated into the base system. It includes most of the svn tools, though the filenames have been changed (e.g. "svnlite" instead of "svn", "svnliteserve" instead of "svnserve" etc.) Most people probably would use this for the...
Good day All!
Friends, whether somebody can tell to me, is any work on support of Unicode in text utilities of base system is conducted?
For example it is impossible to edit the text using the excellent ee editor if in this text there are Unicode symbols. Since we have full unicode aware...