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  • T
    tankist02 liked ILUXA's post in the thread FVWM.
    FVWM keybindings and titlebar buttons To bind keys when using x11-wm/fvwm2, you should use something like this: #Keyname Context Modifiers Function Mouse 2 I N Destroy In this example middle mouse icon...
  • B
    Having some experience with C code using Xlib directly ( #include <X11/Xlib.h> ) I find it easy to use and full of features. I sincerely hope that X11 lasts for many years, specially here on FreeBSD.
  • P
    My lord, a noble solution to the problem that is. Moving forward with this may not be possible for the OP. :(
  • cbrace
    The following will fix it (sorry for the late reply, you mostly fixed it but answered for others to find it) /etc/rc.d/cron restart
  • S
    I have shot myself in the foot just now. My daily machine is running 12.0 on a zfs pool that has just one disk. It originally was used to install 11.1 and the installer partitioned the drive such that the zpool is on /dev/ada0p3. I chose 'zfs on...
  • gessel
    I'm having trouble on one jail with one port after my 11.2 upgrade (from 10.4): graphics/ImageMagick6-nox11 Both graphics/ImageMagick6-nox11-6.9.10.14_1,1 and graphics/ImageMagick7-nox11-7.0.8.14_1, v6 fail with "/usr/bin/ld: cannot find -lomp"...
  • gessel
    Ignore errors seems fine.
  • A
    User PanoramaCircle does a video review of the latest GhostBSD 18.10. This version in particular is now based on TrueOS, an open-source operating system based on FreeBSD itself. We have come full circle. In the video you will see things like...
  • ShelLuser
    Tor is a proxy, it doesn't do any traditional TCP/IP routing. Which also means you can't use it to "hide" arbitrary TCP or UDP connections (you have to proxy your services through the Tor proxy). Would it work in a jail? Probably. It's not going...
  • ShelLuser
    Yes, ports are a community effort but if important ports like PHP, Perl, X11 etc. were actually left in the hands of the "community" we would have none of them available or we would have multiple competing incompatible versions of them and a huge...
  • cbrace
    Ok, so your boot pool is only a single disk. Then there is no need to do that, of course.
  • cbrace
    I don't completely follow you here. I have four HDD in the box; ada0-3 form a single storage pool; ada4 is small SSD I boot from. Looks more or less like this: $ zpool status pool: pool.2 state: ONLINE scan: none requested config: NAME...
  • cbrace
    That reminds me of similar problem I had myself: https://lists.freebsd.org/pipermail/freebsd-current/2018-November/071983.html There are other similar threads on current@ and stable@, check if they seem to be the same. Or just post a question...
  • cbrace
    k.jacker this is not from the system that I can't boot, but one with the same setup, which is still running v11.2: $ sudo gpart show => 40 234441568 ada4 GPT (112G) 40 1024 1 freebsd-boot (512K) 1064...
  • SirDice
    Neither are started by default. So don't enable them. But besides that, most network daemons can be configured to listen on 1 or more specific IP addresses, tie that daemon to its specific jail IP address(es). You can usually find how to do that...
  • robroy
    The Aruba S2500 was new with plastic film still on the fascade. It is 2013 vintage. Right before HP bought them. 48 Gigiabit ports and Four 10 GbE ports but only two for user assigned use, the other two for stacking the switch. Still for 70...
  • cbrace
    Hi all, I updated a NAS running v11.2 using the freebsd-update tool, something I've done many times in the past without problem, only this time the 11.2 OS was installed on ZFS root, if that makes any difference (which shouldn't, according to...
  • A
    FreeBSD support was recently added to the Cirrus CI system. Cirrus CI makes your development cycle fast, efficient, and secure by leveraging modern cloud technologies. Cirrus CI scales with your team and makes shipping software faster and...
  • volatilevoid
    People, can we keep unsubstantiated political/governmental assumptions out of technical discussions, please?
  • T
    BSD Make does have conditionals, the syntax is slightly different from GNU Make. For example, BSD Make: # FICL_WANT_MINIMAL # If set to nonzero, build the smallest possible Ficl interpreter. .ifdef FICL_WANT_MINIMAL CFLAGS +=...
  • K
    kpa replied to the thread php7.0 why removed from the ports?.
    Yes, ports are a community effort but if important ports like PHP, Perl, X11 etc. were actually left in the hands of the "community" we would have none of them available or we would have multiple competing incompatible versions of them and a huge...
  • jpierri
    jpierri replied to the thread What is the future of X / X11?.
    Having some experience with C code using Xlib directly ( #include <X11/Xlib.h> ) I find it easy to use and full of features. I sincerely hope that X11 lasts for many years, specially here on FreeBSD.
  • robroy
    robroy liked robert1307's post in the thread mount iphone.
    Described method with gphoto2 works, but causes I\O errors and is not handy. Here is what works much better for me: # Attach iphone pkg install fusefs-gphotofs kldload fuse gphotofs /mnt # Make sure you've allowed device access (unlock device...
  • SirDice
    Handbook: 31.3. Wireless Networking A typo? Your outputs are showing iwi, not ipw.
  • SirDice
    DATABASE ADMINISTRATION pksd uses the locking, logging, and transaction facilities of Berkeley DB. This provides for added safety in the event of a server crash, and also allows for multiple pksd and/or pksclient processes...
  • SirDice
    Tor is a proxy, it doesn't do any traditional TCP/IP routing. Which also means you can't use it to "hide" arbitrary TCP or UDP connections (you have to proxy your services through the Tor proxy). Would it work in a jail? Probably. It's not going...
  • T
    Hi Rigoletto wouldn't this output indicate it has been set ? Are there conditions when the device shows as set "default" and is not set?
  • T
    Check at mixer the “Mixer line” volume levels. I had 1:1 with my Realtek ALC889 . If no result make sure that was plugged in in the line out jack, works.
  • SirDice
    I wanted to run my build servers as bhyve VMs. Building my packages in the VM however took more than 24 hours while my lowly Core i5 "server" did the same in 6 hours. So that idea went out the window pretty quickly. And I've kept the Core i5 as...
  • SirDice
    Yes, it's going to take longer. But it's the only way to make sure all dependencies line up correctly. Note that poudriere typically only rebuilds updated packages, so you only occasionally have to rebuild everything. And with sufficient...
  • cbrace
    Nope :) I used sysutils/beadm to create a boot environment of the current system so I could undo anything should the update go wrong.
  • P
    SOLVED - at least the boot problem. After reconsidering it again I gave ZFS another shot, and now it runs the way I wanted. The problems wasn't neither ZFS nor GPT but (U)EFI. UEFI => more security, less boot After copying/creating the parttable...
  • cbrace
    After updating my VPS to v12.0-RELEASE today using freebsd-update, I am trying to update the ports, but synth is choking on something: Any ideas about what is going wrong here?
  • cbrace
    Are there any extra steps involved when the base OS is installed on ZFS? I have NAS running v11.2 installed on a ZFS root. I've used freebsd-update many times in the past, but only with UFS installs.
  • D
    People, can we keep unsubstantiated political/governmental assumptions out of technical discussions, please?
  • DutchDaemon
    People, can we keep unsubstantiated political/governmental assumptions out of technical discussions, please?
  • ShelLuser
    Also worth noting, ports are a community effort. Nobody is being paid to actively maintain ports, it's all voluntary. FreeBSD is not like RedHat who has hundreds of developers working for them fixing and maintaining software long past its EoL...
  • ShelLuser
    I'm the one who deletet PHP 7.0 :) As others have said, PHP 7.0 is EOL. It does not matter if an update comes out after that. The support for PHP 7.0 ist closed. It makes no sense to keep something dead in the ports. We are too few and too busy...
  • Y
    Hi, Is it possible to run a jailed dhcp server and host will get the IP address from jailed dhcp server?
  • SirDice
    I see you're mixing two repositories, one custom and one official. That could be a cause. I would recommend getting everything from your custom repository and disabling the FreeBSD one. Each repository could have different dependencies based on...
  • SirDice
    I'm pretty sure he means http://php.net/ which has absolutely nothing to do with MS's .NET.
  • SirDice
    Also worth noting, ports are a community effort. Nobody is being paid to actively maintain ports, it's all voluntary. FreeBSD is not like RedHat who has hundreds of developers working for them fixing and maintaining software long past its EoL...
  • A
    Use the -RELEASE. The announcement should be in a few days, but the image is already available. The announcement will happen when all mirrors have caught up. Some time today actually.
  • T
    T-Daemon replied to the thread usb wifi adapter.
    The chipset for the DWA-131 rev E used is apparently RTL8192EU There is a reference to the chipset in the rtwn(4) driver (listed under man pages 12-current) Firmware file: /boot/kernel/rtwn-rtl8192eufw.ko Despite the chipset is not listed in...
  • SirDice
    Looking at the errors I suspect nobody is able to build it. All I can suggest is to migrate to AMD64 (it works fine there). Any particular reason why you must use i386?
  • SirDice
    Ports are the same for all versions and all architectures. There are some ports restricted to certain architectures but that's not the case here.
  • J
    I'm the one who deletet PHP 7.0 :) As others have said, PHP 7.0 is EOL. It does not matter if an update comes out after that. The support for PHP 7.0 ist closed. It makes no sense to keep something dead in the ports. We are too few and too busy...
  • SirDice
    No, a chroot and a jail are NOT the same thing.
  • SirDice
    It must be something local, I just tried to build it myself and it just works. The error you're having is weird too. =========================================================================== ====> Running Q/A tests (stage-qa) ====> Checking...
  • ShelLuser
    Use the -RELEASE. The announcement should be in a few days, but the image is already available. The announcement will happen when all mirrors have caught up. Some time today actually.
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