Stan Cooper wrote:
Kevin Kinsey <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: Stan Cooper wrote:
Roland Smith wrote:Try /usr/ports/sysutils/fusefs-ntfs
instead. It's newer and is supposed to support writing.
Hmm. Well, there's no such port in FBSD.
Are you certain?
-rw-r--r-- 1 root wheel 9888013 Feb 6 09:33 INDEX-6
-rw-r--r-- 1 root wheel 1075 Feb 20 21:25 Makefile
-rw-r--r-- 1 root wheel 214 Feb 20 21:25 distinfo
drwxr-xr-x 2 root wheel 512 Jan 21 02:09 files/
-rw-r--r-- 1 root wheel 354 Dec 5 16:56 pkg-descr
-rw-r--r-- 1 root wheel 840 Dec 5 16:15 pkg-plist
Geez, well I just copied your commands directly and, naturally,
the first two went without a hitch, but the last one gave me
"No such file or directory", and yes, I did that from /usr/ports
What was the date of the INDEX file? Where did your ports tree
come from, and when was it last updated? I'd be willing to stick
my neck out and boldly guess that it was prior to 6 Dec last year ;-)
I built this system this year. So you'd think it'd be there, right?
Built it how? With what installation media? What does "uname -a" say?
The date of the "build" doesn't logically prove much. To play
"devil's advocate", if I "built" a 4.10 system from CD-ROM _yesterday_
and installed the ports collection from its CD, I'd not expect to
find a port added 4 months ago. The certainty of the port's existence
depends on other factors, and until we know more about your
system/situation, we can't play "Carnac the Magnificent". :-)
I wouldn't know; but I'd try the port, because if it failed
I might get some support from this community.
Well, let's hope some help's forthcoming ;)
Touche. I'm thinking that you may already be familiar with the
Handbook's Chapter 4 --- I'd look also at Chapter 22 ("The Cutting
Edge") with the realization (and this might be a shortcoming of the book,
but I've not done enough recent reading to say) that the process of
"updating" your system (base system, that is, FreeBSD) shares a good
many similarities with keeping the "Ports Collection" updated.
If you have cvsup installed, take a look at the "ports-supfile" in
/usr/share/examples/cvsup --- it shouldn't be too difficult to get
a ports collection that contains this port. What may happen after that,
I can't say --- YMMV, #include <disclaimer.h> and all that.
Finally, here's a couple of classics from my Bookmark collection
that deal with keeping ports up-to-date. AFAIK, they are still
pretty applicable today, with the exception of the fact that
"portupgrade" isn't the only way to do this anymore --- I think
the first one (Dru Lavigne's article) has all the procedure in gory
Hopefully this is at least a start at "community support". :-)
Best of luck,
If a man is not a liberal at 25, he has no heart.
If he's not a conservative by 45, he has no brain.
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