I try to bring the mail/aerc port up to date but I stumble into an issue which appears only if I try to build the port. Compilation of the version from within a local directory (just running gmake) works like a charm.
But if I try to run make from within the ports directory I get the...
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This is my first post in this forum. Sorry if I did something wrong.
I tried to install go-1.17.1,1 on FreeBSD 12.2-RELEASE amd64 and updated and upgraded my system:
sudo pkg update && sudo pkg upgrade...
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I am setting up some services, moving from Ubuntu to FreeBSD in my company.
We have 3 environments:
- Test: all services in one server
- Acceptance: Database and Redis in one server, rest of...
Freshly I decide to use FreeBSD for all of my life. right now I'm working with Java, Kotlin, Android, Flutter, and Golang for the development section of my life. how is it possible I use FreeBSD without any problem in Development with Continue programming with the languages I said...
So FreeBSD has the following port devel/jetbrains-goland which provides with this IDE. It works, however, it's debugging tool might not be working, or at least it is not working in my installation under FreeBSD 12.0-RELEASE-p9.
When I try to use the debugger within it, I get the...
During installation docker, I receive error after installing go language, error:
FreeBSD 11.1-RELEASE (RPI2) #0 r321309: Fri Jul 21 14:27:25 UTC 2017
Welcome to FreeBSD!
Release Notes, Errata: https://www.FreeBSD.org/releases/
Installed Go for freebsd/arm in...
Go 1.7 is supposed to come out this month. It has some long standing bugs that only seem to occur under FreeBSD. I am not sure whether this is the right spot to bring it up, but since I didn't see this popping up in typical FreeBSD community places yet I want to make people who might be able to...
Thanks for reading. I've asked a few questions on the -questions mailing list before but I think I'll post this problem here for visibility now and in the future.
I found out about a project called caddy, which is written in the go language:
It's a simple to...