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  1. SlySven

    Porting Mudlet to FreeBSD

    I am (an) upstream developer of the Mudlet MUD client and having recently started to use FreeBSD (11.1-Release) alongside Debian Linux I want to get it ported to this platform. I have managed to tweak the Github hosted source code so it can be run but I have a couple of issues (at least) to...
  2. Farhan Khan

    Patched wetty for FreeBSD

    wetty is a nice node.js application that lets you run a terminal over HTTP. I run it because I work in an environment that filters the ssh protocol (not just 22). I just ported it over to FreeBSD (though it hasn't been pulled in yet). In short, there were some Linux-specific variables and...
  3. N

    Testing port of ripgrep

    The ripgrep regex search utility was on the Wanted Ports list, so I took a stab at it. The version linked to in this bug report (https://bugs.freebsd.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=219916) builds, installs and runs for me.
  4. goshanecr

    Questions about porting process

    Hi friends! I'm try to port development version of tesseract-ocr, and do it regarding to existing graphics/tesseract port. I write that Makefile (mostly copied from existing): # $FreeBSD$ PORTNAME= tesseract-devel PORTVERSION= 4.0.0a CATEGORIES= graphics MAINTAINER=...
  5. T

    Rust packages

    Hi, I'd like to create some rust ports. My major hurdle is that there is no ports/Mk/Uses/rust.mk yet and while I am eager to learn stuff my Rust, Porting, Makefile, etc. skills are below what's needed for that. I'd love to add ripgrep, as it is essentially working (compiling, etc.) out of the...
  6. Steffen

    Solved pkg-static error when registering installation

    Hi! I am porting siegfried to FreeBSD, more info on it here: http://www.itforarchivists.com/siegfried make stage works without problems. When I try to make install, it fails with root@nemesis /usr/ports/sysutils/siegfried]# make install ===> License APACHE20 accepted by the user ===>...
  7. J

    Anyone interested porting FreeBSD to super cheap OPI-PC?

    Greetings, I bought a super cheap develop board called OrangePi PC. I can run Ubuntu Debian ArchLinux Fedora and OpenWRT on it. But I would like to see FreeBSD running on it. This is a Allwinner H3 based quad-core board runs pretty fast. Anyone interested porting FreeBSD to this board will be...
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