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    Unable to compile multimedia/logitechmediaserver

    Hi, I did a fresh install of FreeBSD 12.1 (AMD64) on my media server, did an update to p1, and also updated the ports collection with portsnap fetch + extract, and did a pkg update, too. Only problem is, the Logitech Media Server port no longer compiles. (It complains about quite a few missing...
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    Is there a reference documentation for the quarterly package schedule

    Hi all, I have maintained my FreeBSD systems for quite some time on 'latest' and would expect a Wednesday weekly release for updated packages. Is there a documentation showing the schedule of the quarterly package release cycle? I am interested in the cut off dates for new packages to be...
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    Package name vs service name in rc.conf

    Hi all, Can someone help me understand the reason why package names configured in rc.conf use an underscore while the service name uses a dash/hyphen? Examples: sysrc avahi_daemon_enable=YES sysrc emby_server_enable=YES but service avahi-daemon start service emby-server start I see the...
  4. Nicola Mingotti

    Solved How to share a package ?

    Hi, Yesterday i tried to install ffmpeg in a FreeBSD-11.1 in a BeagleBone Black. The package is missing, this is a bit of a problem because BBB are very small manchines. Anyhow, I am tring to compile it from ports. Now, the question is, supposing the compilation of the port will succeed how...
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    Building my own port/package distributing over self hosted repo

    Hi, from the question you can guess I'm relatively new to FreeBSD.... What I wanna do is to build a package (web application from a git repository) and install it with pkg on a target system. So by reading a lot (handbook, porters handbook, web) my understanding is that I would place my...
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    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...
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    Solved Problem adding self compiled package

    Hi everyone I'm new in freeBSD world I'm on freeBSD 9.3 RELEASE I created a package of one standard freeBSD port by cd to port directory and using following command make package-recursive then I installed /usr/ports-mgmt/pkg now when i try to add package with "pkg add' , I get the...
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    amule 2.3.2 package - problems

    Is anyone else using the official amule 2.3.2 package? I run it on: root@kg-quiet# freebsd-version -ku 10.3-RELEASE-p11 10.3-RELEASE-p11 and the package looks like it was built without debug info: root@kg-quiet# pkg info amule amule-2.3.2 Name : amule Version : 2.3.2 Installed...
  9. pouria.mzt

    C++ in FreeBSD

    Hello, I have made a software/package using C++ in FreeBSD, now I need to know how to porting it to FreeBSD ports/packages? It contains two methods to be installed: binary files and source code.
  10. Hornpipe2

    Perl Script to Plot Dependencies

    I was interested in seeing a graph of package dependencies, so I could trace which packages were needed by which in a complete tree. portmaster -l can give basic information (leaf, trunk, root, branch) but does not show the relationships. I wrote the following tool to list dependencies as a...
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    Creating binary packages without installing

    I am experienced in creating packages on Debian machines. There one can create binary packages but on freebsd FreeBSD things are different. In FreeBSD I need to have ports installed first and then I can build binary packages from that. My package contains a simple compiled program and 2-3...
  12. Kalero

    How to install the latest version of Lumina desktop using pkg?

    Hi! I've just made a fresh installation of FreeBSD 10.2 RELEASE and I would like to install the latest version of Lumina desktop using pkg. Then, if I look at pkg.freebsd.org, inside the FreeBSD 10.x directory for i386 (http://pkg.freebsd.org/freebsd:10:x86:32/latest/All/), I see the latest...
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