I've uploaded a new set of packages to ftp-master for -current on i386; they should be picked up by the mirrors shortly. As I mentioned in a previous mail, there were compilation problems which caused a number of ports to fail, including qt2 and gnomelibs, meaning there were no KDE or GNOME packages built (hey, at least it's a symmetric failure!).
The failures were caused by compiled utilities dumping core with sig11 or sig10 during compilation of the port. Toolchain people, please look into this; the error logs are at http://bento.freebsd.org/errorlogs/5-latest/ I also tried upgrading to a more recent 5.0 snapshot in which to perform the builds, but it seems there have been syscall changes and you can no longer cheat and run a 5.0 world inside a chroot on a 4.x machine: for example, sh dies with signal 12. Perhaps I'll have to upgrade the cluster to 5.0 to do the package building after all, but that on its own won't fix the toolchain problems. Kris
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