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  1. J

    Solved git clone fails with "SSL_read: SSL_ERROR_SYSCALL, errno 54"

    I've been trying to clone the FreeBSD src tree, and I'm encountering the following error: error: RPC failed; curl 56 OpenSSL SSL_read: SSL_ERROR_SYSCALL, errno 54 fatal: the remote end hung up unexpectedly fatal: early EOF fatal: index-pack failed I've tried various solutions. The main one...
  2. N

    looking for old ports/packages

    Hi, I am looking for following version ports cmake-3.7.2 cmake-modules-3.7.2 git-2.12.1 sqlite3-3.18.0 ruby21-2.1.10_1,1 rsync-3.1.2_6 Above listed ports are not available on http://pkg.freebsd.org/FreeBSD:10:amd64/ I checked all releases and quarterly folders but same version ports are not...
  3. fnoyanisi

    Other Eclipse git plugin (EGit) for FreeBSD

    Hi there, I have installed java/eclipse (by using pkg) along with some additional plugins for C/C++ (CDT) and Python (PyDev) development. Instead of using available ports for java/eclipse-cdt and java/eclipse-pydev, I have chosen to install these plugins by using the "Help --> Install New...
  4. olihough

    Solved Installing Git from ports collection

    Hi, I've having some trouble installing Git from the ports tree, everything goes well and then at the very end this happens, I've searched around but I cant get my head around what is going wrong. Can somone point me in the right direction please FreeBSD 10.3 (recently updated from 10.0, not...
  5. andrewm659

    Gitlist install

    Got GitList installed and have it almost fully configured. However i'm getting this error: Fatal error: Call to undefined function hash() in /usr/local/www/gitlist/vendor/twig/twig/lib/Twig/Environment.php on line 265 Still researching this but was wondering if anyone else is having this...
  6. A

    Requesting Assistance with Gitlab Port

    Hello, I have installed a Gitlab instance on FreeBSD 10.3-RELEASE through the ports tree. While basic features are functional, there are a few errors which I am unable to resolve. I have searched online regarding the various issues but I have not been able to find any solutions. I have...
  7. R

    Other "git log" does not work for multiple author filtering

    I used git 2.9.2 on FreeBSD 11, and I want to search the log for two authors, the command is like git log --author="Andrew\|Stephen". But it does not give any output. If I use two commands to search Andrew and Stephen, both of them work fine. I also run this command on Ubuntu, it works. So, it...
  8. W

    Solved What level of devfs_ruleset is more secure?

    Hey guys, I am working on my git server, and SSH its claiming about have no access to /dev/tty inside of jail. After read about this issue, I have found is need setup on /etc/rc.conf to start it using: devfs_load_rulesets="YES" And on my jail.conf I need use devfs_ruleset, the level 3 and 5...
  9. andrewm659

    gitweb erroring using apache

    In one of my jails I have gitweb installed and I have been trying to get it setup. Making sure all the correct packages are installed and whatnot. I almost have it completed. But now when I try to browse to the page I get the following: [Wed Oct 19 15:31:22.095631 2016] [authz_core:debug]...
  10. Matthew Dresden

    Non root users in jail using git don't create or use .gitconfig under HOME

    My issue is this: If I want to configure git as root with a command like git config it does what is expected and creates a file in ~/.gitconfig However if any other user tries to do the same command or any other git command it only looks for /usr/local/etc/gitconfig It should by default look...
  11. andrewm659

    Recompiling Git with Gitweb in jail

    I need some help. I want to get gitweb working in my jail instance (ezjail). I don't know how to recompile from within the jaill. Do I need to download the ports package in the jail or from the host system? Is there a separate package that has this compiled in? FreeBSD 10.3 pkg query -e...
  12. karolyi

    postfix breaking with security/openssl

    hHey, jJust wanted to document here that: Git package depends on security/openssl, and security/openssl breaks postfix/smtp. yYou'll get segfaults from 'postfix/smtp' when using it with security/openssl, and SOME emails won't get delivered, depending on the ssl implementation your server wants...
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