I still need to use php56 for my whmcs website because modules are encoded for php5 and I don't have idea how to install it on FreeBSD 12.
Actually I need a way to downgrade pkg for latest version of php5.
After encountered a bunch of not working pkg-s and other constant problems with them I became curios about how unrightfully forgotten BPI works?
Can someone summarize the mechanics?
What can be made to create something like BPI with current ports\pkg system?
If I installed wget from the pkg
pkg install wget
and then decided to installing again from port
make install clean
then what would happened???
Will the port installation overwrite the pkg installation? Or duplicated wget installation?
As some may know, I really hate having to deal with updates when I have other stuff to take care of. It's especially frustrating since I'm pretty much isolated from threats from the net, and I have decent backups to recover from if need be. Thanks to this article...
I would like to share an article about FreeBSD pkg(8) package manager.
Less Known pkg(8) Features
#freebsd #pkg #beadm #update #upgrade #sqlite
I have run into a strange little problem today. I have previously been using www/qutebrowser on my computer. I used it just yesterday. When I came home today and booted my system, it was magically gone. Perhaps I am just retarded and uninstalled it, so I tried installing, but...
Although Blender is mainly used as a 3D creation suite it also has probably the best video editor available on linux or unix,
and the closest thing i have found to final cut pro
Unfortunately the video editor isnt enabled in the blender pkg,
im not sure if its a licensing issue that...
I have a poudriere repository that I use to build firefox, cmus, scilab and few other packages.
Now, I have some packages that I don't longer need, and no other installed packages depend on them.
sudo pkg autoremove
Installed packages to be REMOVED:
Just looking through and trying to install a newer package I saw in the ports section of the site and I noticed this:
What it appears to be is after doing this:
pkg clean -a
pkg update -f
I cannot seem to install the newest version of elasticsearch and it does not want to update...
Hello! This is my first time trying out FreeBSD on bare metal, as I want to use it as my main system (My second Hard Drive has Windows on it, for Games) and I do not have internet after the installation as I need to install this handy little software to get my phone to connect to my computer. I...
I read in UPDATING that the default version of php has bumped from 5.6 to 7.1. I would like to stay with the php56 version for now. I tried to put this in /etc/make.conf and it seems to have no effect on pkg either way:
$ sudo pkg update && pkg version -vRL=...
I installed FreeBSD on VM and I would like setup and configure OpenVPN but I have problem and I tired from it.
###/usr/local/lib/libpkg.so.4 "undefined symbol openat"
I try with the following command but still not working.
1- cd /usr/ports/ports-mgmt/pkg
2- make clean deinstall...
Over the past few years have spent a significant amount of time (seemingly endless) on port/package maintenance tasks. It seems that we should be able to:
100%: Use pkg for any/all installs and maintenance tasks (if no custom config options are required) -or-
100%: Use ports for any/all...
I'm trying to install the current latest version of JDK 8.
When I searched on "https://www.freebsd.org/ports/index.html", I found JDK 8 update 181. And, looking into the "Age" of the files, it was updated only 3 days ago.
However, when I search from within FreeBSD using pkg search, I could...
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...
I am trying to understand how to troubleshoot an issue I have with a third party package in a jail.
In short, I have two jails, emby and emby2, both setup on 11.2-RELEASE and created using iocage on zfs dataset.
In the emby jail, I have the third party emby-server package installed...
I do hope this questions hasn't been asked before, but I've seen no indication that is has.
Here is my dilemma: I have two packages (google-authenticator and nginx) where I literally need to change only 5 lines of code in the source before compiling. Otherwise, binary packages work very well...
/usr/local/sbin/pkg check -qsa is running for 37 hours and using up to 99% of my CPU.
The command is somehow triggered by root, but not by my (rooted) hand. Following the man pkg this is a check on (all?) software aboard my FreeBSD 11.1 box.
My disk is only 19G used, including 3.7G home...
I have a project source for which I want to create a binary pkg package. The projects uses autoconf so it can be compiled/installed with ./configure, make, make install.
For this project, I would create a pkg package such a way I can install its files, then remove them later, like a normal...