I think I might have solved the Open vSwitch issue that some people have been having (including myself).
So, since Open vSwitch was broken for me anyway I decided to do a little "hacking" of the files in the ports tree for OVS. I noticed that the Makefile configures OVS to be built with shared...
I have recently installed mlterm on my system since it's the best (if not the only) terminal emulator with decent Arabic/RTL support (tried urxvt, but it doesn't play well with Arabic). I use mlterm because my main IRC client is irssi and mlterm works nicely with that in terms of Arabic...
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?
Hello! I would like some advice on how to port a command-line program that is written in Python.
I have a program that runs on the command-line, and is written entirely in Python. It can be built against Python 2.7 or 3.4+ with no problems. It is distributed via PyPi, so I have started...
When installing ( let's say Chrome) from ports collection on FreeBSD, how can I make it download Chrome and all of it's dependencies first then after that compiling them when going offline
I don't want to download the source of all the port tree collection, I want it to download only...
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 am trying to install rsync from the ports collection.
/usr/ports/net/rsync # make install clean
I get an error:
"Ports Collection support for your FreeBSD version has ended, and no ports are
guaranteed to build on this system. Please upgrade to a supported release."
I check the version...
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...
I've installed FreeBSD 11.2, and i've installed samba too, I use pkg install samba command. When the setup is completed, it says 'your configuration is on /usr/local/etc/smb4.conf'. But when I go to /usr/local/etc directory, I can't find smb4.conf file. I go to /etc and i t same the file is...
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...
when installing firefox from packages or ports you will be presented with this as part of the pkg-message.
Sadly it doesn't mention something like bug numbers or anything like that so I think it's hard to act upon this if one wanted to get the hands dirty. It's also not clear where...
Hi folks. I'd like to update Passenger, but it's tripping over another port that apparently isn't needed anymore.
The port is rubygem-passenger upon nginx, installed separately. But then this happens:
===> Installing for automake-1.16.1
===> Checking if automake already installed
I've tried to use the built-in kerberos system in FreeBSD 11.2 which is not the latest release of Heimdal. Not that I was actually looking for the latest but I've realised that the action of exporting a specific keytab to a different path (to move it afterwards to the target server)...
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...
Hello all! I've just installed FreeBSD 11.2-PRERELEASE, and I'm learning to use synth...
So, after a portsnap fetch update, I am trying to build firefox 60.0.1 with sndio. Then I would do a simple "make config", enable sndio option and disable alsa, jack and pulseaudio. And, indeed, if I "make...
I'd like to know if there're some 32bits compat ports for linux-c6- or linux-c7- on 64bit system install ?
(I guess that it's 64bit only ?)
I expected ports similar to misc/compat6x, misc/compat7x...
I have ported tools for converting Verilog to the Lattice iCE40 FPGA bitstream. Examples for Olimex open hardware FPGA boards are also included.
Which is the best way of install something here, in your thoughts?
If you want, you can explain why do you think what you think.
You can like pkg
You can like https://www.freshports.org/
Or simply don't have one of your preference and use both or none.
Feel free of expound your thoughts and...
Ive been reading about ports and its always described as http listens on port 80 or telnet listens on port 23. Is this an accurate description or whats really going on? For some reason it feels like an easy way to describe it. I would assume the nic card gets all the traffic and each network...