I'm using FreeBSD 13 amd64, and the package server is pkg.freebsd.org.
gnome3 cannot be found in FreeBSD:13:amd64, but I can find it in FreeBSD:12:amd64 and FreeBSD:14:amd64.
I both tried quaterly and latest, but it doesn't seem to appear in both repositories.
I don't want to install it from...
I'm trying to put together a version of mfsBSD with wget included, and the instructions say to download the corresponding .tbz package to include. The issue I'm running into is that .tbz packages appear to have been phased out (or I'm looking in the wrong location.) Are these still extant? If...
I was just wondering why there is no print/pdfarranger port for FreeBSD (since even OpenBSD has one):
What I found on their GitHub issue tracker: Installation instructions for FreeBSD #381
BTW Since that one is a GTK3 GUI application, does anyone know of an equivalent that's using QT5 instead?
I currently work on a project to scan a network and find vulnerabilities which has to be on FreeBSD. So, as a first step, I installed packages of openvas9 and scanned the network by using the web interface. There is also a server on ubuntu to see what openvas will find.
On the report...
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...
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...
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?
service avahi-daemon start
service emby-server start
I see the...
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...
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...
I am looking for following version ports
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...
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
then I installed /usr/ports-mgmt/pkg
now when i try to add package with "pkg add' , I get the...
Is anyone else using the official amule 2.3.2 package?
I run it on:
root@kg-quiet# freebsd-version -ku
and the package looks like it was built without debug info:
root@kg-quiet# pkg info amule
Name : amule
Version : 2.3.2
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...
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...
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...