Hopefully this is the right area for posting this problem. Here it is:
I've been running freebsd servers for some time now and a bug started
appearing roughly the time that the new /usr/ports/ports-mgmt tree
appeared and the old /usr/ports/sysutils was removed. I've been trying
to fix this for days, but I'm not sure how to and I think it might be a
Here is what I do to get a bug:
server1: cd /usr/ports/ports-mgmt/portupgrade
server1: make deinstall package
A new package gets created in /usr/ports/packages/All.
server1: scp /usr/ports/packages/All/portupgrade-2.2.2_4,2.tbz
I then go to server2
server2: cd /usr/ports/packages/All
server2: pkg_add -v portupgrade-2.2.2_4,2.tbz
Here's the output I get:
extract: Package name is portupgrade-2.2.2_4,2
extract: CWD to /usr/local
extract: execute '/bin/mkdir -p /usr/local/lib/compat/pkg'
extract: execute '[ -f /usr/local/etc/pkgtools.conf ] || cp
extract: execute '/sbin/ldconfig -m /usr/local/lib/compat/pkg'
extract: CWD to (null)
Segmentation fault (core dumped)
Note that it is trying to CWD into a null directory and that causes the
The same thing happens on my dovecot packages as well. I'm sure that
others have the same problem. I don't have the option to build the port
on the remote system, otherwise I would do that. I have to use a
package to perform the task. Is this a bug or something in my
environment that I am not seeing?
My system is a 6.0-RELEASE FreeBSD system.
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