Re: /stand/sysinstall with upgraded 5.1-BETA

2003-05-31 Thread Matthew Seaman
On Sat, May 31, 2003 at 11:55:38AM +, Vitalis wrote: Hi! I've searched the ML archives to no avail, so here's my questions: * What's the difference between /stand/sysinstall and /usr/sbin/sysinstall? * I've remade world from the latest cvs tree, and /stand/sysinstall was not updated.

Re: Hang with nvidia-driver

2013-08-13 Thread Matthew Seaman
On 13/08/2013 19:37, Alex wrote: Hi. I just upgraded to revision 254271 and am experiencing a hang when slim starts. The monitor goes blank (no signal) and the fans increase in speed, suggesting high CPU usage. I have a GeForce GT 440. As suggested on the forums, I tried setting

Re: Official FreeBSD Binary Packages now available for pkgng

2013-10-31 Thread Matthew Seaman
On 31/10/2013 21:04, Allan Jude wrote: I wonder if the http+pkg:// protocol can solve this, likely will require a patch to fetch to implement the logic to do the dns lookup and make the proxies request for the real hostname It's pkg+http:// or pkg+https:// or pkg+ssh:// or -- well, you get the

Re: Official FreeBSD Binary Packages now available for pkgng

2013-10-31 Thread Matthew Seaman
On 31/10/2013 21:38, Bryan Drewery wrote: On 10/31/2013 4:25 PM, Eric Camachat wrote: Same result, neither pkg+http:// nor http+pkg:// worked with proxy server. Top-posting kills babies pkg+http is NOT supported in 1.1 and as I said, changes nothing. Also the request that pkg(8) makes

Re: Official FreeBSD Binary Packages now available for pkgng

2013-11-02 Thread Matthew Seaman
On 02/11/2013 01:55, Eric van Gyzen wrote: This kind of proxy configuration is not uncommon. It would be awesome if this would Just Work. It would remove an impediment to adoption, which is especially important in the kind of environments that have this kind of proxy configuration. Simply

Re: Official FreeBSD Binary Packages now available for pkgng

2013-11-02 Thread Matthew Seaman
On 02/11/2013 10:15, Matthias Andree wrote: I understand from Eric's pist that the issue is that through his limiting proxies, the SRV are not available at all so he does not even get to the point where he could get the pkgN.nyi.freebsd.org http://pkgN.nyi.freebsd.org name back. That doesn't

Re: Official FreeBSD Binary Packages now available for pkgng

2013-11-02 Thread Matthew Seaman
On 02/11/2013 11:37, Kurt Jaeger wrote: Hi! On 02/11/2013 10:15, Matthias Andree wrote: I understand from Eric's pist that the issue is that through his limiting proxies, the SRV are not available at all so he does not even get to the point where he could get the pkgN.nyi.freebsd.org

Re: cron(8) improvement

2013-11-09 Thread Matthew Seaman
On 08/11/2013 04:51, Allan Jude wrote: My use case is puppet etc, not ports/packages, so I'll leave the policy about packages up to portsmgr@, I just want a less sloppy way to manage crontabs with my orchestration system (and feature parity with Linux) There's two questions here: 1) Should

Re: pkg(1) ipv6 address not listening

2013-11-21 Thread Matthew Seaman
On 22/11/2013 01:58, Stanisław Halik wrote: Hey, pkg(1) doesn't like ipv6 from two different subnets: | ^C15720: connect(6,{ AF_INET6 [2001:41c8:112:8300::50:1]:80 },28) ERR#4 'Interrupted system call' It's up fine, just not listening. Could you fix it, please? pkg(8) works fine over

Re: pkg(1) ipv6 address not listening

2013-11-21 Thread Matthew Seaman
On 22/11/2013 07:19, Stanisław Halik wrote: Hey, On Fri November 22 2013 07:15:00 Matthew Seaman wrote: pkg(1) doesn't like ipv6 from two different subnets: | ^C15720: connect(6,{ AF_INET6 [2001:41c8:112:8300::50:1]:80 },28) ERR#4 pkg(8) works fine over IPv6 for me. Failing command

Re: problems with pkg2ng

2013-11-28 Thread Matthew Seaman
On 29/11/2013 02:02, Nilton Jose Rizzo wrote: in the near past, when I update ports repository via svn, I always use pkg2ng to upgrade (or update?) the database, but today I can not do it. Uh? pkg2ng is a one time thing. Its only use is when converting a system that had previously used

Re: PACKAGESITE spam

2013-12-22 Thread Matthew Seaman
On 22/12/2013 14:55, olli hauer wrote: What I agree is having it would be nice to have dedicated syslog (like yum.log) instead /var/log/messages since this is already spammed by most every process. Add something like this to /etc/syslog.conf: !pkg *.* /var/log/pkg.log

Re: PACKAGESITE spam

2013-12-22 Thread Matthew Seaman
On 22/12/2013 16:08, Matthew Seaman wrote: On 22/12/2013 14:55, olli hauer wrote: What I agree is having it would be nice to have dedicated syslog (like yum.log) instead /var/log/messages since this is already spammed by most every process. Add something like this to /etc/syslog.conf

Re: FreeBSD 9.0-BETA2 or 3?

2011-09-28 Thread Matthew Seaman
On 28/09/2011 10:28, Thomas Mueller wrote: I looked at ftp://ftp.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD/releases/ and found a BETA3 but only for some platforms not including i386 and amd64, but that was yesterday. I looked later during the day and found the BETA3 for i386 and amd64. Yup. The stable/9

Re: subversion-freebsd dependencies

2011-10-06 Thread Matthew Seaman
On 06/10/2011 11:34, Andre Oppermann wrote: On a newly installed development machine I installed subversion-freebsd from ports and ended up with a huge dependency chain. Eventually I got the usual gnu-hell (auto-*, lib*), but also python27, tcl-8.5, perl-5.12 and m4. This is a bit too much.

Re: Upgrade from source to RC1: problems with /etc : lost users and dbus

2011-10-28 Thread Matthew Seaman
On 28/10/2011 11:05, Thomas Mueller wrote: I still can't login as any nonroot user, even though I see the lines in /etc/master.passwd, which I copied back from backup, and if I startx as root, there is no response to keyboard or mouse. pwd_mkdb -p /etc/master.passwd Cheers,

Re: FreeBSD 9.0-RC2 Available...

2011-11-18 Thread Matthew Seaman
On 18/11/2011 10:53, Thomas Mueller wrote: *default release=cvs tag=RELENG_9 Am I screwed, am I OK, or do I simply have to rerun csup with RELENG_9_0 instead of RELENG_9 ? Not screwed, but you'll be running 9.0-PRERELEASE rather than 9.0-RC2. If you want to switch to the 9.0-RELEASE

Re: [HEADSUP CFT] pkg 1.0rc1 and schedule

2012-07-13 Thread Matthew Seaman
On 13/07/2012 13:14, Fbsd8 wrote: What I want to know is this new pkg system going to remove the requirement of having the complete ports tree on my system? What I am looking for in an port system, is to install a port and any files needed for the parent port and its dependents to

Re: [HEADSUP CFT] pkg 1.0rc1 and schedule

2012-07-16 Thread Matthew Seaman
On 16/07/2012 04:32, Peter Jeremy wrote: On 2012-Jul-12 10:01:10 +, Baptiste Daroussin b...@freebsd.org wrote: What is pkg --- pkg is a new package manager for FreeBSD. It is designed as a replacement for the pkg_* tools, and as a full featured binary package manager. A couple

Re: [HEADSUP CFT] pkg 1.0rc1 and schedule

2012-07-16 Thread Matthew Seaman
On 16/07/2012 05:22, Jeremy Messenger wrote: It's one of reason why I do not agree to remove the shared library version from the LIB_DEPENDS, so that way in future someone can add support in the package to check on shared library version then prevent package to install because it's not ABI

Re: portmaster and pkgng

2012-07-23 Thread Matthew Seaman
On 23/07/2012 09:43, Hartmann, O. wrote: I'd like to try pkgng with portmaster. I see that pkg2ng is involving the directory /var/db/pkg, so this implies that there may implications also for usage with ports-mgmt/portmaster. portmaster is supposed to be the tool completely dependend on

Re: portmaster and pkgng

2012-07-23 Thread Matthew Seaman
On 23/07/2012 10:31, Hartmann, O. wrote: portmaster now is not recognizing anymore the format of the /var/db/pkg folder - for those considered the knowledged no surprise, for me simply the indication that portmaster usage isn't usable as usual. You need to patch portmaster separately from

Re: Script to set/unset automatic status in PKGNG database

2012-08-30 Thread Matthew Seaman
On 30/08/2012 22:44, John Nielsen wrote: After dialog(1) exits the script has a list of packages to mark as automatic. Is there a non-SQL way to efficiently get the inverse? I.e. the set { all_packages - new_automatic_package_list } ? Use pkg query - it is really quite powerful. This shows

Re: pkgng suggestion: renaming /usr/sbin/pkg to /usr/sbin/pkg-bootstrap

2012-09-01 Thread Matthew Seaman
On 01/09/2012 18:43, Tijl Coosemans wrote: In this scenario the ports tree needs to keep support for older releases, but that's a consequence of the fact that there's only one ports tree for all releases. Somewhere in between the ports and the various releases there has to be some form

Re: pkgng suggestion: renaming /usr/sbin/pkg to /usr/sbin/pkg-bootstrap

2012-09-02 Thread Matthew Seaman
On 02/09/2012 01:04, Tim Kientzle wrote: Will new versions of pkgng support old packages? Some folks maintain their own package repositories and will get rather grumpy if an update to pkgng requires them to rebuild their entire repository. There's a distinction between the format of pkg

Re: pkgng suggestion: renaming /usr/sbin/pkg to /usr/sbin/pkg-bootstrap

2012-09-02 Thread Matthew Seaman
On 02/09/2012 08:16, Doug Barton wrote: On 09/01/2012 23:01, Matthew Seaman wrote: As rebuilding the repo database is something you'ld do routinely anyhow as part of normal maintenance Errr ... what? Why would this be true? Doesn't pkg keep the repo database up to date as it's making

Re: pkg (aka pkgng) 1.0 released

2012-09-06 Thread Matthew Seaman
On 06/09/2012 16:37, Ivan Voras wrote: On 30/08/2012 16:19, Baptiste Daroussin wrote: Hi all, Since Julien Laffaye and I started pkgng lots of things has happened and here we are now. After 2 years of development (first commit Tue Sep 7 2010), more than 2000 commits, 43 different

Re: pkg (aka pkgng) 1.0 released

2012-09-07 Thread Matthew Seaman
On 09/07/12 12:30, Ivan Voras wrote: On 06/09/2012 18:44, Matthew Seaman wrote: On 06/09/2012 16:37, Ivan Voras wrote: Hi, It looks like the pkg port installs pkg.conf.sample with the line: PACKAGESITE : http://pkg.freebsd.org/${ABI}/latest ... which is finally a good step

Re: pkg (aka pkgng) 1.0 released

2012-09-07 Thread Matthew Seaman
On 09/07/12 12:54, Matthew Seaman wrote: It may also be possible to replicate what portupdate has done and use geolocation based services to steer end users to a nearby repository site automatically. D'Oh! I meant portsnap of course. Matthew

Re: [HEADSUP] current switched by default to pkgng

2012-10-10 Thread Matthew Seaman
On 10/10/2012 16:52, Simon L. B. Nielsen wrote: I read UPDATING, but I'm still not sure what this means when I use ports and not packages. It means that if you're a user of HEAD, and you don't opt out by setting WITHOUT_PKGNG=yes in make.conf, then: * the next time you use the ports,

Re: [HEADSUP] current switched by default to pkgng

2012-10-10 Thread Matthew Seaman
On 10/10/2012 17:43, Bruce Cran wrote: On 10/10/2012 17:31, Baptiste Daroussin wrote: Yes there is http://pkg.FreeBSD.org (no website in there no need to try to there) which will point you to pkgbeta.freebsd.org where some packages resides. On my systems pkg.freebsd.org doesn't seem to

Re: [HEADSUP] current switched by default to pkgng

2012-10-10 Thread Matthew Seaman
On 10/10/2012 15:07, O. Hartmann wrote: Is ports-mgmt/portmaster now dealing with pkgng? Not yet. bdrewery has taken over the portmaster port and pkgng related updates are expected in the near future. Until then, you still need to follow the instructions here:

Re: [HEADSUP] current switched by default to pkgng

2012-10-10 Thread Matthew Seaman
On 10/10/2012 19:35, Stefan Esser wrote: Am 10.10.2012 19:14, schrieb Matthew Seaman: On 10/10/2012 15:07, O. Hartmann wrote: Is ports-mgmt/portmaster now dealing with pkgng? Not yet. bdrewery has taken over the portmaster port and pkgng related updates are expected in the near future

Re: [HEADSUP] current switched by default to pkgng

2012-10-11 Thread Matthew Seaman
On 10/10/2012 23:20, Vincent Hoffman wrote: That's if you were to patch an already installed copy of portmaster. The patch is designed to be placed in ${PORTSDIR}/ports-mgmt/portmaster/files/ so it would be applied as part of the normal process of building the portmaster port. In

Re: pkgng | portmaster

2012-10-15 Thread Matthew Seaman
On 15/10/2012 18:13, Darrel wrote: Hello, Concerning the new pkg system, I reckon that my port updates can take a drought. Would it be best to deinstall portmaster for now? Portmaster typically updates itself, but this might be a special case. Currently, my postmaster run ends like

Re: [HEADSUP] current switched by default to pkgng

2012-10-21 Thread Matthew Seaman
On 21/10/2012 10:33, Alex Keda wrote: I try use it on my home server. In make conf, I have WITHOUT_X11=yes NO_GUI=yes I run pkg2ng, set mirror in pkg.conf and, run pkg upgrade -y It update some packages, and install ~20 new packages, named x* How I can say It's server, I do not

Re: Benchmark (Phoronix): FreeBSD 9.0-RC2 vs. Oracle Linux 6.1 Server

2011-12-19 Thread Matthew Seaman
On 19/12/2011 08:27, Lev Serebryakov wrote: Here is one problem: we have choice from three items: (1) Make FreeBSD looks good on benchmarks by fixing FreeBSD (2) Make FreeBSD looks good on benchmarks by fixing Phoronix (communication with them, convincing, that they benchamrks are unfare

Re: ABI/architecture identification for packages

2012-03-19 Thread Matthew Seaman
On 19/03/2012 22:04, Baptiste Daroussin wrote: On Mon, Mar 19, 2012 at 06:01:23PM -0400, Eitan Adler wrote: On Mon, Mar 19, 2012 at 5:35 PM, Baptiste Daroussin b...@freebsd.org wrote: Hi all, In order to identify architectures I need to find a uniq id for every possibilities (for pkgng)

Re: Using TMPFS for /tmp and /var/run?

2012-03-31 Thread Matthew Seaman
On 31/03/2012 03:05, Benjamin Kaduk wrote: P.S. I am somewhat unconvinced by this: http://wiki.debian.org/ReleaseGoals/RunDirectory Those who do not understand /var are condemned to reinvent it? -- Dr Matthew J Seaman MA, D.Phil. PGP: http://www.infracaninophile.co.uk/pgpkey signature.asc

Re: [RFC] Un-staticise the toolchain

2012-04-26 Thread Matthew Seaman
On 26/04/2012 20:01, Chris Rees wrote: hydra# cd /usr/ports time make MAKE=~crees/bin/make-static index Generating INDEX-9 - please wait.. Done. 729.770u 120.841s 7:45.10 182.8%920+2676k 5251+116484io 7750pf+0w hydra# time make MAKE=~crees/bin/make-dynamic index Generating

Re: UFS+J panics on HEAD

2012-05-24 Thread Matthew Seaman
On 24/05/2012 00:05, Mark Linimon wrote: On Wed, May 23, 2012 at 10:58:48PM +0100, Steven Hartland wrote: While it might be a shame to see FFS go by the wayside are there any big reasons why you would rather stick with FFS instead of moving to ZFS with all the benefits that brings? - ZFS

Re: UFS+J panics on HEAD

2012-05-24 Thread Matthew Seaman
On 24/05/2012 00:05, Mark Linimon wrote: On Wed, May 23, 2012 at 10:58:48PM +0100, Steven Hartland wrote: While it might be a shame to see FFS go by the wayside are there any big reasons why you would rather stick with FFS instead of moving to ZFS with all the benefits that brings? - ZFS

Re: PORTS_MODULES fix

2012-06-09 Thread Matthew Seaman
On 09/06/2012 18:26, Chris Rees wrote: On 9 June 2012 18:15, Doug Barton do...@freebsd.org wrote: I have recently tried the PORTS_MODULES knob, and found a problem. The ports tree searches for some dependencies by finding a binary in PATH, and that fails since by default /usr/local/ isn't

Re: using multiple interfaces for same Network Card

2013-03-12 Thread Matthew Seaman
On 12/03/2013 10:41, Yasir hussan wrote: Thanks for notic but all the elebration was for make alias on one interface but i want to have multiple interface, i can no where that some one would have tring to creating new interfaces and using them, or may be i am missing something, just send its

Re: [HEADS UP] pkgng binary packages regression in 1.0.9. Fixed in 1.0.9_1

2013-03-20 Thread Matthew Seaman
On 20/03/2013 15:20, Matthias Gamsjager wrote: Due to the security incident, there are still no official FreeBSD packages. Do you know what the status is on that issue? Unchanged so far. No official pkgng packages yet. However, an end to the wait is apparently in sight. There has been

Re: Light humour

2013-04-29 Thread Matthew Seaman
On 29/04/2013 10:40, Julian H. Stacey wrote: Daniel Kalchev wrote: On Apr 29, 2013, at 2:37 AM, Diane Bruce d...@db.net wrote: http://www.softpanorama.org/Copyright/License_classification/social_roots_of_GPL.shtml By any measure a very good one. Could use some editing of course to make it

Re: BSD sleep

2013-05-29 Thread Matthew Seaman
On 29/05/2013 05:59, Michael Sierchio wrote: On Tue, May 28, 2013 at 4:45 PM, Joshua Isom jri...@gmail.com wrote: You think it's trivial until you read this: http://infiniteundo.com/post/**25326999628/falsehoods-**

Re: [HEADSUP] No more pkg_install on HEAD by default

2013-07-14 Thread Matthew Seaman
On 14/07/2013 04:18, Teske, Devin wrote: ASIDE: For efficiency, I will actually need three things: (1) a list of all packages (2) their descriptions and (3) their run-time dependencies. That would be the repository catalogue, which you can download by 'pkg update' (or it will happen

Re: [HEADSUP] No more pkg_install on HEAD by default

2013-07-14 Thread Matthew Seaman
On 14/07/2013 06:48, Teske, Devin wrote: Question: Where can I learn more about the actual format of what's in the new tarballs? This is going to be important not for bsdconfig, but $work (we have our own build platform; I'm going to have to rewrite it from mastering PLIST files to mastering

Re: [HEADSUP] No more pkg_install on HEAD by default

2013-07-14 Thread Matthew Seaman
On 14/07/2013 11:12, Teske, Devin wrote: Interesting. I notice that (while looking ahead to see a prefix: of /usr/local in the +MANIFEST), the tarball itself has files that include /usr/local in their path. Yes -- we consider the $PREFIX to be 'baked into' the package at compile time. You

Re: docbook and old package management

2014-02-18 Thread Matthew Seaman
On 18/02/2014 18:16, John Baldwin wrote: On Tuesday, February 18, 2014 12:31:15 pm Michael Butler wrote: Seems the old package management went EOL *way* before September .. none of the docbook ports install now :-( [Updating the pkgdb format:bdb_btree in /var/db/pkg ... - 183 packages found

Re: gptzfsboot problem on HP P410i Smart Array

2014-04-09 Thread Matthew Seaman
On 09/04/2014 22:17, Rainer Duffner wrote: Hi, I found this old thread…. I can’t boot FreeBSD 10 installed with zfsroot on a DL380G7 (P410i controller). I tried the installer and I tried installing with mfsbsd10se. System has 48GB RAM. Is there a PR for this? Now, I’ve got to

Re: gptzfsboot problem on HP P410i Smart Array

2014-04-09 Thread Matthew Seaman
On 09/04/2014 22:52, Rainer Duffner wrote: And no, as the server is in a remote datacenter, an USB-stick is not an option. It’s slow enough booting via a virtual USB-image over iLO... Uh... it only has to read the kernel+modules from the USB stick one time while booting. Otherwise, there

Re: portmaster/pkg still populating /var/db/pkg/

2014-05-04 Thread Matthew Seaman
On 04/05/2014 09:46, Marc UBM wrote: After my last port rebuild (libxml, libxcb, etc.) I realized that portmaster is still populating /var/db/pkg with the old db scheme (i.e. one directory for each port). At the same time, local.sqlite exists and is up to date (I can query the db via pkg just

Re: 11.0-CURRENT #1 r267422: OpenLDAP fails to startup out of the blue after buildworld

2014-06-12 Thread Matthew Seaman
On 12/06/2014 22:37, Steven Hartland wrote: According to that useless suggestion to restore from backup, I restored the configuration and the users from backups. slapadd works fine. But then starting the server fails again. What user ID did you use to run slapadd as? It's a common mistake to

Re: [ANNOUNCEMENT] pkg 1.3.0 out!

2014-07-23 Thread Matthew Seaman
On 23/07/2014 19:38, Kevin Oberman wrote: I think one bullet was a bit mangled in French-English translation, though. What does The unicity of a package is not anymore origin mean? I have a couple of guesses, but I am not really sure. Ithink the best translations would be The unicity of a

Re: [Call for Tests] PAT issue on Apple hardware

2010-11-21 Thread Matthew Seaman
On 21/11/2010 23:16, army.of.root wrote: On 10\11\19 19:54, Jung-uk Kim wrote: On Tuesday 16 November 2010 03:30 pm, Jung-uk Kim wrote: On Monday 15 November 2010 08:36 pm, Jung-uk Kim wrote: Often times I hear complaints like my Mac hangs after upgrading to 8.1 or snapshot CD hangs on my

Re: [Call for Tests] PAT issue on Apple hardware

2010-11-22 Thread Matthew Seaman
On 22/11/2010 05:55, Matthew Seaman wrote: lucid-nonsense:/:# zfs snapshot -r zr...@20101122-0549 lucid-nonsense:/:# cd /.zfs/snapshot/20101122-0549 /.zfs/snapshot/20101122-0549: Not a directory. I can't reproduce this. False alarm. Sorry for the noise. Cheers, Matthew

Re: why panic(9) ?

2011-01-12 Thread Matthew Seaman
On 12/01/2011 16:23, Erik wrote: On one of my first linux desktops, I had a screensaver which displayed rotated dumpscreens of all kinds of different Operation systems. Apple, Basic, linux and BSOD.. (come to think about it BSD was not included) I once had someone commiserate with me on

Re: tzsetup disregards setting TZ to UTC

2011-03-28 Thread Matthew Seaman
On 28/03/2011 12:08, Matthias Andree wrote: Perhaps the installer should instead: display CMOS and system time, and ask which one of them is correct, and offer a third option to actually correct the timezone or time if neither is correct. That's much easier to grasp. ... and a 4th option

Re: ZFS V28

2011-04-16 Thread Matthew Seaman
On 16/04/2011 00:26, George Kontostanos wrote: http://people.freebsd.org/~mm/patches/zfs/v28/stable-8-zfsv28-20110317.patch.xz This patch failes at sys/cddl/compat/opensolaris/sys/sysmacros.h which i think should just be deleted. I tried deleting this file and then building produces some

Re: named (bind) in jail does not start

2003-11-29 Thread Matthew Seaman
On Sat, Nov 29, 2003 at 03:23:48PM +0100, Axel S. Gruner wrote: Hi. I have configured named in jail (FreeBSD 5.1-RELEASE-p10). If i want to start named in the jail /usr/sbin/named i get this error message: opensocket_f: bind([0.0.0.0].53): Address already in use Ok, Port 53 is

Re: ports and PBIs

2010-04-11 Thread Matthew Seaman
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 On 11/04/2010 05:59:34, Robert Noland wrote: On Sat, 2010-04-10 at 15:18 +0100, Bruce Simpson wrote: On 04/10/10 02:31, Julian Elischer wrote: Alfred Perlstein , Matt at ix systems Kris (Mr PBI), some others and I, felt that these ideas seemed to

Re: [TESTING]: ClangBSD branch needs testing before the import to HEAD

2010-05-31 Thread Matthew Seaman
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 On 31/05/2010 16:03:07, Daniel Eischen wrote: Is clangBSD able to support all our architectures? Does it cross build for powerpc, mips, etc? Has it made a ports run and does it successfully build and run most of our ports on Tier-1 archs, and

Re: Regression in GSSAPI/libxh509 linking? [PR bin/147175]

2010-07-06 Thread Matthew Seaman
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 On 06/07/2010 15:14:28, Andrew Reilly wrote: So: how should I fix this, properly, on my -current system? Is it as simple as installing heimdal from ports? I can't remove openssl-1.0: that has 191 ports listed in its REQUIRED_BY file. Rebuild the

Re: Regression in GSSAPI/libxh509 linking? [PR bin/147175]

2010-07-06 Thread Matthew Seaman
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 On 06/07/2010 23:26:03, Matthias Andree wrote: Am 06.07.2010, 21:00 Uhr, schrieb Matthew Seaman: On 06/07/2010 15:14:28, Andrew Reilly wrote: So: how should I fix this, properly, on my -current system? Is it as simple as installing heimdal from

Re: periodic script in base system to run csup

2010-07-17 Thread Matthew Seaman
On 17/07/2010 24:04:38, Lowell Gilbert wrote: Alex Kozlov s...@rm-rf.kiev.ua writes: On Fri, Jul 16, 2010 at 04:27:39PM +0200, Gabor Kovesdan wrote: Em 2010.07.16. 16:23, Alex Kozlov escreveu: On Fri, Jul 16, 2010 at 03:58:33PM +0200, Gabor Kovesdan wrote: Thousands pc simultaneously try

Re: /tmp and swap space

2010-07-29 Thread Matthew Seaman
On 29/07/2010 16:35, gahn wrote: is it possible to create /tmp directory under swap space? under solaris, it is automatically created under swap unless one specifically instructs the system not to do so.. Yes, this is certainly possible. Just add: tmpmfs=YES tmpsize=32m to

Re: broken symbolic links in /usr/lib

2015-07-29 Thread Matthew Seaman
On 29/07/2015 05:48, Jamie Landeg-Jones wrote: Gary Palmer gpal...@freebsd.org wrote: As best that I can recall, the permissions of the directory underneath the mount point has been causing problems like this for as long as I've been using FreeBSD, which is over 20 years at this point. It's

Re: Proposal: make portsnap generate INDEX-${OSREL:R} only by default

2015-08-07 Thread Matthew Seaman
On 08/07/15 09:40, Matthew Seaman wrote: Of course, if you're using custom options, then the ports tree you the ports *INDEX* D'Oh! Matthew signature.asc Description: OpenPGP digital signature

Re: Proposal: make portsnap generate INDEX-${OSREL:R} only by default

2015-08-07 Thread Matthew Seaman
On 08/07/15 05:11, Kevin Oberman wrote: Isn't rebuilding the index useful for people running STABLE? I assume that I need a current index to get useful output from pkg version -vL=. I am probably a bit unusual in that I keep a current ports tre on a STABLE system, but there are a couple of

Re: r286615: /usr/libexec/ftpd broken!

2015-08-14 Thread Matthew Seaman
On 08/14/15 12:45, O. Hartmann wrote: Man page ftpusers(5) states, that an entry username allow will allow access to ftpd. But every user listed in /etc/ftpusers is denied access, no matter whether there is allow appended to the entry or not! This is strange. Whenever I delete a user's name

Re: Segmentation fault running ntpd

2015-10-30 Thread Matthew Seaman
On 10/30/15 09:32, Franco Fichtner wrote: > Well, it’s on stable/10 since September 16 and somebody reported that > this particular branch would not trigger the crash along with HEAD, > but any 10.x would. Can’t find the reference right now though. That was me, amongst others. There are threads

Re: pkg does not update the repo catalogue

2015-12-07 Thread Matthew Seaman
On 12/07/15 08:50, Matthias Apitz wrote: > > Hello, > > This is with 11-CURRENT and ports from July this year; I have the > packages which I build with poudriere on some other host in a dir > /usr/PKGDIR.20150726 and added 8 new packages there, the total number is > now 1691: > > # ls *.txz |

Re: pkg does not update the repo catalogue

2015-12-07 Thread Matthew Seaman
On 12/07/15 11:04, Matthias Apitz wrote: > Now 'pkg -vv' shows only myrepo; the 'pkg upgrade -f' ended up with > reinstallation of all ~1000 packages; Ooops. 'pkg upgrade -f' says 'reinstall everything' -- which was an error on my part. I meant to type 'pkg update -f' which only refreshes the

Re: pkg does not update the repo catalogue

2015-12-07 Thread Matthew Seaman
On 12/07/15 11:42, Matthias Apitz wrote: > Maybe I wasn't clear enough. I copied only the packages to the new > system (my netbook) some weeks ago, and created the catalogue with > > # pkg repo /usr/PKGDIR.20150726 > > and installed the packages; Today I built 8 packages more, copied them > over

Re: "libssl.so.8" not found

2015-12-14 Thread Matthew Seaman
On 14/12/2015 07:18, Matthias Apitz wrote: > I don't know why pkg 1.6.2 was produced with this recent libssl.so.8; it > should have been done more conservative, IMHO pkg(8) for HEAD just gets built against whatever is in recent HEAD. Even though it can lead to problems like this when a shlib ABI

Re: [CFT] ypldap testing against OpenLDAP and Microsoft Active Directory

2016-06-09 Thread Matthew Seaman
On 09/06/2016 18:34, Craig Rodrigues wrote: > There is still value to ypldap as it is now, and getting feedback from > users (especially Active Directory) would be very useful. > If someone could document a configuration which uses IPSEC or OpenSSH > forwarding, that would be nice. > > In future,

Re: zfsboot patch for /usr

2016-03-10 Thread Matthew Seaman
On 10/03/2016 01:02, Freddie Cash wrote: > Set mountpoint=none if you just want to create the parent dataset without > actually using it for storage. Then you can set properties on it, and child > datasets will inherit then. Like pool/usr/local Usually, you want the mountpoint to be one of the

Re: [CFT] packaging the base system with pkg(8)

2016-03-03 Thread Matthew Seaman
On 03/02/16 23:54, Glen Barber wrote: > Also note (as repeated below), running 'pkg delete -a' will implicitly > remove base system packages after they are installed. This has the potential for many feet to be shot, given that up to now, 'pkg delete -a' would always leave you with a viable

Re: why 100 packages are evil

2016-04-23 Thread Matthew Seaman
On 23/04/2016 17:19, Poul-Henning Kamp wrote: > > In message , Lyndon > Neren > berg writes: > >> With freebsd-update, an announcement comes out that says 'update'!. So we >> do. Move from 10.2-p11 to 10.2-p12. There is a very

Re: [CFT] packaging the base system with pkg(8)

2016-04-20 Thread Matthew Seaman
On 20/04/2016 06:12, Daniel Eischen wrote: > [And it really bothers me that FreeBSD 'pkg list' behaves > like 'pkg files' or similar should. It seems intuitive > that 'pkg list' should list the packages, not all the files > in all the packages.] 'pkg list' is one of the aliases defined in the

Re: [CFT] packaging the base system with pkg(8)

2016-04-20 Thread Matthew Seaman
On 04/20/16 10:48, Slawa Olhovchenkov wrote: > While number of packages don't see outside internal -- this is > irrelevant. > After possibility of update individual package -- nuber of packages is > impotant. > Take fresh 11.0. Before 11.1 update only kernel. What you system have? > 11.0?

Oversight in /etc/defaults/rc.conf

2016-07-12 Thread Matthew Seaman
I just upgraded my main machine to 11-STABLE. Things are mostly working fine -- however I did notice that the new iovctl rc script is apparently enabled by default. That seems like a trivial omission: Index: etc/defaults/rc.conf

Re: GOST in OPENSSL_BASE

2016-07-12 Thread Matthew Seaman
On 07/12/16 06:48, Kevin Oberman wrote: > In case people are not aware of it, Russian law now requires ALL encrypted > traffic must either be accessible by the FSB or that the private keys must > be available to the FSB. I have always assumed that GOST has a hidden > vulnerability/backdoor that

Re: Oversight in /etc/defaults/rc.conf

2016-07-12 Thread Matthew Seaman
On 07/12/16 13:27, Glen Barber wrote: > On Tue, Jul 12, 2016 at 07:17:19AM +0100, Matthew Seaman wrote: >> I just upgraded my main machine to 11-STABLE. Things are mostly working >> fine -- however I did notice that the new iovctl rc script is apparently >> enabled by defa

Re: HEADS-UP: OpenSSH DSA keys are deprecated in 12.0 and 11.0

2016-08-05 Thread Matthew Seaman
On 08/05/16 03:09, Glen Barber wrote: > On Fri, Aug 05, 2016 at 01:59:18AM +, Glen Barber wrote: >> This is a heads-up that OpenSSH keys are deprecated upstream by OpenSSH, >> and will be deprecated effective 11.0-RELEASE (and preceeding RCs). >> > > Stupid editor mistake. OpenSSH DSA keys

Re: [FreeBSD-Announce] HEADS-UP: OpenSSH DSA keys are deprecated in 12.0 and 11.0

2016-08-09 Thread Matthew Seaman
On 09/08/2016 03:23, Jeffrey Bouquet wrote: > Will/could there be some kind of UPDATING announcement re which files > explicitly to switch out/remove/replace/checkfor etc the deprecated > lines and precisely the steps to replace with new or some other > suitable action? Action required for both

Re: Log spam: Limiting * response from 1 to 200 packets/sec

2016-12-13 Thread Matthew Seaman
On 2016/12/13 15:43, Michael Butler wrote: > On 12/13/16 10:29, Dimitry Andric wrote: > >> Somebody is most likely port scanning your machines. I see this all the >> time on boxes connected to the internet. > > As are mine. I wouldn't mind so much if the message contained sufficient > useful

Re: CURRENT: pkg broken on r309320

2016-11-30 Thread Matthew Seaman
On 2016/11/30 10:14, Baptiste Daroussin wrote: > revert r309314 the issue is there: > > The ports tree defines PKG_CMD as pkg register but now bsd.own.mk predefines > it > to simply pkg. > > There is a collision there. > Pointy hat to me. I'll revert that commit. Matthew

Re: CURRENT: pkg broken on r309320

2016-11-30 Thread Matthew Seaman
On 2016/11/30 12:14, Baptiste Daroussin wrote: > On Wed, Nov 30, 2016 at 12:10:31PM +0000, Matthew Seaman wrote: >> On 2016/11/30 10:14, Baptiste Daroussin wrote: >>> revert r309314 the issue is there: >>> >>> The ports tree defines PKG_CMD as pkg registe

Re: Ports not building due to release not supported

2017-04-13 Thread Matthew Seaman
On 13/04/2017 21:50, mmu...@xtra.co.nz wrote: > I am unable to build ports as I am getting the error message – > 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. > > But my version is >

Re: Critique this plan?

2017-07-20 Thread Matthew Seaman
On 2017/07/20 11:22, Jeffrey Bouquet wrote: > It seems I've a brick wall [too many ports to use pkg effectively ] -- [ > 3551 ] > and too many need ' pkg lock ' in ' v11 ' for ino64 fixes, 12.0-CURRENT, and > quite a few > others fail to build from ports, either compiler, so are also 'pkg

Re: Newbie q [repost]

2017-10-01 Thread Matthew Seaman
On 01/10/2017 13:22, Jeffrey Bouquet wrote: > I've a uname-a : STABLE-11 that svn's to 12-HEAD and will not buildworld > despite > 'make cleanworld ' and '/bin/rm -rf /usr/obj/usr' both... and src.conf and > make.conf removed from /etc. > ... > libmap.conf problem? >

Base FreeBSD-lld package dependency problems...

2018-06-09 Thread Matthew Seaman
Here's a little glitch with packaged base I stumbled upon. On a freshly pkg upgrade'd 12-current machine, I see: codling:/usr/home/matthew:# pkg info -dr FreeBSD-lld-12.0.s20180609030436 FreeBSD-lld-12.0.s20180609030436 Depends on : FreeBSD-runtime-12.0.s20180609030436 So, no

Re: Sharing compiled builds between multiple 12-CURRENT boxes.

2018-08-19 Thread Matthew Seaman
On 19/08/2018 01:55, Shane Ambler wrote: >> I run 12-CURRENT on few machines, some more powerful that other (all >> of them x86_64, march varies). > You can use freebsd-update by setting up your own update server > https://www.freebsd.org/doc/en/articles/freebsd-update-server freebsd-upgrade(8)