I used the command jls for example. then it responded with the following table:
JID IP Address Hostname Path
7 hydroponique /jails/hydroshop
now I want to know if IP Address is an IPV4 address or an IPV6 address. So what are my...
I've seen that the port has been tried by a FreeBSD community member:
Is there anyone who knows if there exits a port of PyTorch or could make it work otherwise on FreeBSD?
Since last year if you try to build multimedia/obs-studio, it throws a link to this Github issue and says obs-studio is marked as broken. It seems like this was fixed in October yet we still can't build it - the tag is for 27.2.3 and that version is currently in quarterly ports. Anyone know why?
The FreeBSD Project | FreeBSD Release Engineering
Thanks, maybe six months is a basis for something else.
11.4 was released around two months after 13.0, and so on, and (unless I'm missing something) I see nothing relating to six months or biannual at the release engineering page above...
I have a package that fails to build in my Poudriere repository, databases/postgresql-plv8js, due to it being marked as broken. Unfortunately this is a required package for the piece of ERP software the PostgreSQL database is built for. I have found the Github source for plv8 and I'm trying to...
I've been trying to setup SSH keys with git so that I can push to Github without a password.
But it doesn't seem to be working.
So far I've generated a public private key pair using the command: ssh-keygen -t rsa -b 4096 -C "email@example.com" (with my personal email of course.) I...
I want to know what to do from having a program (all of the file)on GitHub to building and compiling with cc on FreeBSD. What is source code? And how do I get from that to an executable and start a program?
Cirrus Labs has just released support for FreeBSD on their CI service. And they've made it free for OSS! Cirrus-CI is a cloud-based CI system for cloud-hosted software, much like Travis-CI, Appveyor, Circle-CI, etc. But it's the first* such system to support FreeBSD with no weird hacks...
I have FreeBSD 10.3 AMD64.
I have a github account, but I thought I would like a private repo as well, so I got a bitbucket account.
I set up ssh for bitbucket, and would like to do so for github as well.
But how will git not become confused as to which remote I am trying to sync with?
Just to figure out the overall development model for FreeBSD project (I read the project model for FreeBSD book) and have a few questions, or points to clarify I would say...
First of all, what I understand from the FreeBSD project model book is that bugzilla is used to report bugs...