Circular dependency in devel/doxygen?

2011-09-17 Thread Thomas Mueller
I tried to build swfdec and gnash and failed with === pulseaudio-0.9.22_1 depends on shared library: ck-connector.0 - found === pulseaudio-0.9.22_1 depends on shared library: jack.0 - not found ===Verifying install for jack.0 in /BETA1/usr/ports/audio/jack === jackit-0.118.0_4 depends

Substitute dependencies?

2011-09-17 Thread Thomas Mueller
Is there any way to substitute dependencies, in cases where the substitute would work as well or better? First case I think of is the misc/freebsd-doc-* ports which want links1, which would be redundant if I already have lynx installed, or lynx and seamonkey too. I don't really like links1,

Re: Circular dependency in devel/doxygen?

2011-09-19 Thread Thomas Mueller
From Scot Hetzel swhet...@gmail.com: The circular dependancy is being caused by audio/jack, graphics/graphviz and devel/sdl12: audio/pulseaudio - audio/jack -- devel/doxygen --- graphics/graphviz graphics/devil - devel/sdl12 -- audio/pulseaudio There are several

Status of cups-base and avahi-app?

2011-09-21 Thread Thomas Mueller
What is the current status of print/cups-base? I get a BROKEN message when trying to build that port with DNSSD which is in net/avahi-libdns. This is for FreeBSD 9.0-BETA2. I didn't get this message in BETA1, but building print/cups-base failed because of something missing. My purpose for

Re: Status of cups-base and avahi-app?

2011-09-22 Thread Thomas Mueller
From Chris Rees cr...@freebsd.org: Well... you lose avahi, which is a zeroconf implementation, but you're probably just better off with samba. The BROKEN message references http://www.avahi.org/ticket/303 -- look there for more information on why it's marked as such. Chris I found that

Re: Circular dependency in devel/doxygen?

2011-09-23 Thread Thomas Mueller
time for my dime's worth of questions. is there any way of building that audio/video app or plugin that works with linux? it is from adobe and works with pc-bsd. we've got a free version. is it flash? this is the main reason i switched to ubuntu for my

Options for emulators/wine?

2011-09-25 Thread Thomas Mueller
I see seven options for emulators/wine port, all turned off by default: OPTIONS=CUPSUse CUPS (Common UNIX Printing System)Off \ GNUTLS Use GnuTLSOff \ HAL Use HAL (Hardware Abstraction Layer) Off

Re: Options for emulators/wine?

2011-09-26 Thread Thomas Mueller
from Michael Holmes holmesm...@gmail.com: HAL shouldn't be necessary, but you might need to manually set up CUPS. Winemaker is just a tool for building open-source Windows apps on Wine with ease. There are a few GUI tools to set up CUPS, but if I recall correctly, the web interface to CUPS is

Re: Current unassigned ports problem reports

2011-09-27 Thread Thomas Mueller
Is the cups-base problem on the assigned list, being incompatible with the optional avahi (DNSSD)? The BROKEN message references http://www.avahi.org/ticket/303 -- look there for more information on why it's marked as such. Tom ___

Re: Options for emulators/wine?

2011-09-28 Thread Thomas Mueller
from Chris Rees cr...@freebsd.org: Some rather strange printers will be recognised by umass before ugen recognises them; you have to plug it in before umass is loaded or it becomes a mass storage device. I'm not sure that the Windows printer stack is included in Wine, why would you rather

environment variables for portupgrade: /etc/make.conf or /usr/local/etc/pkgtools.conf?

2011-10-02 Thread Thomas Mueller
How do I make environment variables used by portupgrade visible to portupgrade? Portupgrade evidently ignores /etc/make.conf, and editing /usr/local/etc/pkgtools.conf also fails to help. I want portupgrade to recognize PORTSDIR=/BETA1/usr/ports and PACKAGES=/usr/packages but continue to get

More trouble with wine: won't build for amd64

2011-10-02 Thread Thomas Mueller
Now I find I can't build emulators/wine on my new computer because wine is for i386 only. Any way I can get an i386 compatibility mode? I could try, perhaps when FreeBSD 9.0 is released, installing and building ports on a 16 GB USB stick to run on the older computer (i386), but capable also

Re: environment variables for portupgrade: /etc/make.conf or /usr/local/etc/pkgtools.conf?

2011-10-03 Thread Thomas Mueller
But I still want to know where portupgrade gets environment variables: /etc/make.conf, /usr/local/etc/pkgtools.conf (in Ruby?), or other. Tom Set them in your shell's environment: export PORTSDIR=/BETA1/usr/ports export PACKAGES=/usr/packages -- Conrad J. Sabatier

Re: More trouble with wine: won't build for amd64

2011-10-03 Thread Thomas Mueller
From arrowdodger 6year...@gmail.com: These links may be helpful for you: http://wiki.freebsd.org/Wine http://www.mediafire.com/wine_fbsd64 Thanks for suggestions. It looks like I essentially have to do a full installation of FreeBSD, now 9.0-BETA3, into /compat/i386 . I was planning to

Swfdec and gnash for playing Adobe Flash?

2011-10-03 Thread Thomas Mueller
I built and installed both graphics/swfdec and swfdec-gnome, and graphics/gnash, and would like to know how to use swfdec to play some Flash content. Some Flash videos run with gnash, including those on YouTube, but others just show a blank rectangle. I wonder if swfdec-gnome can play

devel/cross-gcc and cross-binutils: how to set TGTARCH and TGTABI

2011-10-06 Thread Thomas Mueller
From $PORTSDIR/devel/cross-binutils: GNU binutils for cross-target application development. Prerequisite for the GCC cross-compiling environment. Use TGTARCH switch to select target architecture, and TGTABI to select ABI. E.g. the following command will build binutils for rtems on

Re: [HEADSUP]: ports feature freeze starts soon

2011-10-08 Thread Thomas Mueller
from Erwin Lansing er...@freebsd.org: In preparation for 9.0 the ports tree will be in feature freeze after release candidate 1 (RC2)is released, currently planned for October 17. Was there a typo here? Did you mean release candidate 1 or 2? RC1 seems more logical, since RC1 has not been

Re: devel/cross-gcc and cross-binutils: how to set TGTARCH and TGTABI

2011-10-08 Thread Thomas Mueller
You cannot use this port to build toolchaing for compiling Linux and NetBSD applications. This port creates toolchain using the newlib libc library, which is used by some embedded operating systems (e.g. rtems, ecos). It can also be used to build bare-metal standalone applications. Linux

Re: devel/cross-gcc and cross-binutils: how to set TGTARCH and TGTABI

2011-10-11 Thread Thomas Mueller
What is your target? Do you just want to cross-build the Linux and NetBSD kernels, or userland applications? For Linux we can probably try to add a port that uses glibc instead of newlib. Stanislav Sedov In the case of NetBSD, I would want to build the kernel and base system not

Re: Problem with package-recursive target

2011-10-16 Thread Thomas Mueller
Even when I have a clean ports tree (I mean no work under any port) make package-recursive always make some garbage like this : rmdir: /usr/ports/textproc/raptor/work: Directory not empty *** Error code 1 (ignored) rmdir: /usr/ports/textproc/rasqal/work: Directory not empty ***

Re: which ports require dialog during update

2011-10-22 Thread Thomas Mueller
from kron24 kro...@gmail.com: OP may want to look on 'make config-recursive'. Sometimes, perhaps when selecting options results in subsequent dialogs, 'make config-recursive' doesn't do all the first time, meaning I get subsequent dialogs. I run 'make config-recursive' repeatedly until it

fldiff fails to start after updating fltk to 1.3.0

2011-10-26 Thread Thomas Mueller
or an appropriate note on how to upgrade fltk should be added to UPDATING. -- Thomas Mueller ___ freebsd-ports@freebsd.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-ports To unsubscribe, send any mail to freebsd-ports-unsubscr...@freebsd.org

Re: seamonkey w.o. MAILNEWS

2011-11-24 Thread Thomas Mueller
when configuring w.o. MAILNEWS it fails to patch... Regards Christian Jachmann If you don't want MAILNEWS, maybe you should build firefox instead of seamonkey? Tom ___ freebsd-ports@freebsd.org mailing list

Linux compatibility with more than one Linux installed?

2011-11-29 Thread Thomas Mueller
I noticed on http://www.freshports.org/commits.php an update to the Gentoo Linux distribution. I know there are other Linux compatibility ports in the emulators category. Is it possible to install more than one Linux compatibility package or actual Linux installation and switch from one to the

Re: Linux compatibility with more than one Linux installed?

2011-12-01 Thread Thomas Mueller
The linux-base port is supposed to provide good integration into FreeBSD. Ideally the integration is seamless. The linux-dist ports provide a complete linux environment. You chroot into it and you have a complete linux system. You can compile linux binaries inside the +linux-dist. You

Re: Linux compatibility with more than one Linux installed?

2011-12-05 Thread Thomas Mueller
On Thu, 1 Dec 2011 11:06:19 + (GMT) Thomas Mueller mueller6...@bellsouth.net wrote: The linux-base port is supposed to provide good integration into FreeBSD. Ideally the integration is seamless. The linux-dist ports provide a complete linux environment. You chroot

Re: Linux compatibility with more than one Linux installed?

2011-12-06 Thread Thomas Mueller
The X server has a unix socket somewhere in /tmp. Normally this is used instead of a TCP connection to the localhost. You need to change the DISPLAY env-variable to use a TCP connection, or you need o make the unix socket available to the chrooted linux-env. The linuxulator in FreeBSD is

Re: Linux compatibility with more than one Linux installed?

2011-12-07 Thread Thomas Mueller
Too much to quote here without making a mess, and I want to get to bed, but thanks for all the ideas. I noticed the advice with emulators/wine that running programs on an actual MS-Windows partition can make a mess of said partition; wonder if there would be such a hazard with Linux instead of

Re: Linux compatibility with more than one Linux installed?

2011-12-08 Thread Thomas Mueller
On Wed, 7 Dec 2011 11:56:49 + (GMT) Thomas Mueller mueller6...@bellsouth.net wrote: Too much to quote here without making a mess, and I want to get to bed, but thanks for all the ideas. I noticed the advice with emulators/wine that running programs on an actual MS-Windows

Re: lang/gcc46

2011-12-13 Thread Thomas Mueller
--- On Mon, 12/12/11, Kevin Oberman kob6...@gmail.com wrote: Hi Gerald, As a request once again similiar to one I have made in the past... Would it be possible yet to slow down the update process for the gcc46 port ? This is turning out to be quite the pain in the U-Know-What with

Can't get hplip to work on HP LaserJet 1212nf MFP

2012-05-13 Thread Thomas Mueller
I built hplip from the ports on both the old and new computer, FreeBSD 8.2 i386 and 9.0 amd64 respectively, and can't get either of them to work, either on USB or Ethernet. I commented out device ulpt in the kernel config file, but got No devices found in the USB setup, even though the printer

Re: Can't get hplip to work on HP LaserJet 1212nf MFP

2012-05-14 Thread Thomas Mueller
from Edwin L. Culp W. edwinlc...@gmail.com: I have the exact same model sitting here with me and have been trying to get it to work again. I can't really understand why it doesn't. It did work for me perfectly for a couple of months and then my computer's motherboard died and after the

Re: Can't get hplip to work on HP LaserJet 1212nf MFP

2012-05-15 Thread Thomas Mueller
from Edwin L. Culp W. edwinlc...@gmail.com: I have the exact same model sitting here with me and have been trying to get it to work again. I can't really understand why it doesn't. It did work for me perfectly for a couple of months and then my computer's motherboard died and after the

Re: Can't get hplip to work on HP LaserJet 1212nf MFP: accidently resent message

2012-05-15 Thread Thomas Mueller
from Edwin L. Culp W. edwinlc...@gmail.com: I have the exact same model sitting here with me and have been trying to get it to work again. I can't really understand why it doesn't. It did work for me perfectly for a couple of months and then my computer's I accidently resent a message

Re: Build ports in chroot for i386 when booted with amd64 kernel?

2012-05-25 Thread Thomas Mueller
or system. On 5/24/12 6:47 AM, Thomas Mueller wrote: Is it feasible to chroot into an i386 environment when booted to FreeBSD amd64 for the purpose of building and installing ports for i386? this is basically what tinderbox does. Michael Scheidell, CTO I am only vaguely familiar

Re: Build ports in chroot for i386 when booted with amd64 kernel?

2012-05-25 Thread Thomas Mueller
On 5/24/2012 6:47 AM, Alexander V. Ribchansky wrote: Hello! May be /usr/ports/ports-mgmt/poudriere + /usr/ports/ports-mgmt/pkg is what you really need? Yes you can run a 32bit jail on a 64bit machine. Poudriere works really well for building packages like this. Regards, Bryan

How to start wine?

2013-08-24 Thread Thomas Mueller
I built wine from ports on a USB-stick installation of FreeBSD 9.1-STABLE i386, but it won't start. I tried to start from hard-drive installation of (from uname -a) FreeBSD amelia2 9.2-PRERELEASE FreeBSD 9.2-PRERELEASE #17 r254196: Sun Aug 11 00:36:49 UTC 2013

Re: How to start wine?

2013-08-25 Thread Thomas Mueller
from dgmm: You can't do that See https://wiki.freebsd.org/i386-Wine For a workaround, see https://people.freebsd.org/~ivoras/wine/ I saw https://wiki.freebsd.org/i386-Wine Other page seems outdated. Can't do what? I built i386 Wine from i386. But it won't run without X. I could build

Re: How to start wine?

2013-08-25 Thread Thomas Mueller
What are LD_LIBRARY_PATH and LD_32_LIBRARY_PATH supposed to be? I see neither of these environment variables defined. I tried to add /compat/i386... binary directories to the path, but that was insufficient. I see /lib /libexec /usr/lib /usr/lib32 /usr/libdata /usr/libexec /usr/local/lib

Re: How to start wine?

2013-08-26 Thread Thomas Mueller
What are LD_LIBRARY_PATH and LD_32_LIBRARY_PATH supposed to be? I see neither of these environment variables defined. And what about PATH? I am trying #!/bin/sh set

Re: How to start wine?

2013-08-26 Thread Thomas Mueller
The bootstrap code from i386-wine does the following: if [ -z $__BINBOUNCE_BOOTSTRAP ] then export LIBGL_DRIVERS_PATH=$LOCALBASE/lib32/dri if [ `uname -p` = i386 ] then export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=$LOCALBASE/lib32:$LOCALBASE/lib32/wine:$LD_LIBRARY_PATH else export

Re: distfiles changed to new path

2013-08-27 Thread Thomas Mueller
from Fbsd8: I just did a portsnap run that updated the base port system. Now I see a port's distfile going to /var/ports/distfiles instead of /usr/ports/distfiles. Is this a error in the newly updated base port system which contains the default port make environment? I have no directory

What is MAKE_JOBS_UNSAFE?

2013-09-09 Thread Thomas Mueller
In some ports that failto build/upgrade, with portmaster in this case, I get a message like gmake[1]: Leaving directory `/BETA1/usr/ports/multimedia/vlc/work9amd64/vlc-2.0.7' gmake: *** [all] Error 2 === Compilation failed unexpectedly. Try to set MAKE_JOBS_UNSAFE=yes and rebuild before

Re: What is MAKE_JOBS_UNSAFE?

2013-09-09 Thread Thomas Mueller
Thomas, It prevents parallel (make -j 4) build of ports, and your assumption about how to set it is correct; alternatively, it can be given on the make command line: portmaster -mMAKE_JOBS_UNSAFE=yes multimedia/vlc. URL:

Re: What is MAKE_JOBS_UNSAFE?

2013-09-09 Thread Thomas Mueller
Thomas, It prevents parallel (make -j 4) build of ports, and your assumption about how to set it is correct; alternatively, it can be given on the make command line: portmaster -mMAKE_JOBS_UNSAFE=yes multimedia/vlc. URL:

Re: What is MAKE_JOBS_UNSAFE?

2013-09-10 Thread Thomas Mueller
Can I safely pkg delete -f gio-fam-backend since its function is (?) presumably filled by glib 2.36 ? Yes, providing that you've rebuilt all ports that did previously require gio-fam-backend. I had three that failed, and MAKE_JOBS_UNSAFE=yes apparently had no effect:

Re: What is MAKE_JOBS_UNSAFE?

2013-09-11 Thread Thomas Mueller
In most cases MAKE_JOBS_UNSAFE=yes will not help. The message is an artifact from when the defaults were reversed and a precaution for the days after it was changed. IMHO it should be removed now. Eitan Adler I'm inclined to agree with you. I guess my best choice on what to do

Re: SVN RELEASE_9_2_0

2013-10-01 Thread Thomas Mueller
# Is FreeBSD doing something new? I don't see an SVN tag for ports for # the 9.2 release. Historically the ports tree was tagged and built a # little before -stable got tagged for release. # Thanks, # Jason Ports don't belong to a specific FreeBSD version. It's the built packages that are

Re: KDE3 apps replacements?

2013-10-13 Thread Thomas Mueller
from Per olof Ljungmark: I am finally in the process of removing KDE3 completely, switched to Xfce some time ago, and wonder if any of you could recommend suitable replacements for some of the apps: kpdfpdf viewer with the ability to copy text from kWrite simple text

Ports via svn, make fetchindex and make compatibility with NetBSD

2013-12-03 Thread Thomas Mueller
Is it necessary to make fetchindex after downloading or updating the ports tree using svn? I have new installations of head and 10-stable where I so far can't connect to the Internet, though I can from Linux and NetBSD-current amd64. So I use subversion, built on NetBSD from pkgsrc, to

Re: Ports via svn, make fetchindex and make compatibility with NetBSD

2013-12-04 Thread Thomas Mueller
Building ports on NetBSD is a whole other kettle of fish. It's not going to work without a lot of effort to add compatibility changes. (Getting the ports working on DFly which is much more closely related to FBSD has been a fairly recent achievement, and that took quite a lot of local

Re: Ports via svn, make fetchindex and make compatibility with NetBSD

2013-12-05 Thread Thomas Mueller
So could I run make fetchindex from NetBSD even if I don't attempt to actually build ports from NetBSD? I would have to point the MAKECONF to FreeBSD's /etc/make.conf rather than use NetBSD's /etc/mk.conf which is specific to NetBSD. Or is it safe to skip make fetchindex entirely?

Re: phpMyAdmin-4.1.0

2013-12-12 Thread Thomas Mueller
I have an update to phpMyAdmin in the works -- but version 4.1.0 now requires at least PHP 5.3 and MySQL 5.5. Currently I'm minded to fork a phpMyAdmin-4.0 port to allow support for people still using MySQL 5.1 or older versions of PHP, but... this isn't considered a major version

Build/install failure of devel/subversion

2013-12-16 Thread Thomas Mueller
I tried to build devel/subversion on FreeBSD 10 prerelease amd64 (SVN revision 259409), and installation failed due to missing files. All dependencies built and installed successfully. First attempt quickly failed because of dependency databases/db42: DEPRECATED= Please migrate to

Re: If ports@ list continues to be used as substitute for GNATS, I'm unsubscribing

2013-12-18 Thread Thomas Mueller
There are many messages on this thread, and I don't know which or what to quote, but I agree on send-pr being user-unfriendly. One problem is setting up mail with outbound SMTP server: sendmail is too mysterious/mystic to be useful. I think most email clients set up to use POP3 and SMTP server

Re: If ports@ list continues to be used as substitute for GNATS, I'm unsubscribing

2013-12-20 Thread Thomas Mueller
On Thu, Dec 19, 2013 at 01:44:57AM -0800, Anton Shterenlikht wrote: From: Thomas Mueller There are many messages on this thread, and I don't know which or what to quote, but I agree on send-pr being user-unfriendly. I disagree. I use only send-pr to send PRs. I use sendmail. I

Re: If ports@ list continues to be used as substitute for GNATS, I'm unsubscribing

2013-12-21 Thread Thomas Mueller
At the beginning of the thread, I used the gcc developer list as an actual example. If anyone posst an inappropriate topic to the list, it may get answered, but it will always get a this is not appropriate for this list, please don't do it again, use the list for this next time. I can

e: Build/install failure of devel/subversion

2013-12-24 Thread Thomas Mueller
Same here on 9.2-STABLE. Looking at the logs, I saw strange libtool lines saying that the libs mentioned by pkg-static were not installed in /usr/local/lib, and a preamble about Berkeley DB 6 that had not been tested by Subversion developers and the fact that subversion's Berkeley DB backend

Re: Build/install failure of devel/subversion

2013-12-25 Thread Thomas Mueller
On Tue, Dec 24, 2013 at 3:11 AM, Thomas Mueller mueller6...@bellsouth.net wrote: Then I won't have to boot the NetBSD-current amd64 16 GB USB stick every time I want to update the src (stable-10 and HEAD), ports and doc trees. Scot Hetzel responded: Stable-10 and HEAD has svnlite, so you

Re: Qpopper Port

2014-01-15 Thread Thomas Mueller
I am going to have to give up maintaining qpopper. Not because I don't have the interest or time, but because I simply cannot update any port. The old port system may have had issues, but it worked!!! The new one does not. I am completely unable to upgrade or install any ports on a 9.1

Re: What is the problem with ports PR reaction delays?

2014-01-27 Thread Thomas Mueller
. With so many messages in this thread, I don't know what to quote or what to cite in References: header so am skipping these extras. Thomas Mueller ___ freebsd-ports@freebsd.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-ports

Re: net/avahi-app core dumps signal 11

2014-01-29 Thread Thomas Mueller
in ?? () = any ideas??? Seems like a bad interaction with stack protector (libssp). I managed to get working binaries (10.0-STABLE, amd64) by adding --disable-stack-protector to CONFIGURE_ARGS -- Thomas Mueller ___ freebsd-ports@freebsd.org mailing list http

Re: net/avahi-app core dumps signal 11

2014-01-31 Thread Thomas Mueller
On Fri, 31 Jan 2014 14:15:13 +0100, Dimitry Andric wrote: On 29 Jan 2014, at 11:54, Thomas Mueller tmuel...@sysgo.com wrote: On Tue, 21 Jan 2014 23:37:08 -0200, Sergio de Almeida Lenzi wrote: avahi-daemon dumps core, and I am unable to determinw why because it aborts core just before

Re: net/avahi-app core dumps signal 11

2014-01-31 Thread Thomas Mueller
[replying to my own message, oh my] On Fri, 31 Jan 2014 14:41:11 +0100, Thomas Mueller wrote: On Fri, 31 Jan 2014 14:15:13 +0100, Dimitry Andric wrote: On 29 Jan 2014, at 11:54, Thomas Mueller tmuel...@sysgo.com wrote: On Tue, 21 Jan 2014 23:37:08 -0200, Sergio de Almeida Lenzi wrote

portmaster -w -r (pcre icu): how to avoid redundant rebuilding?

2013-01-22 Thread Thomas Mueller
I see in the UPDATING file that I need to rebuild all ports that depend on pcre and icu: portmaster -w -r pcre and portmaster -w -r icu (I don't need -f ?) How do I do this without rebuilding the same ports twice? I am on pkgng, so I can use pkg info -r icu and same for pcre to list ports

Re: portsnap and the imminent demise of svn-cvs ports tree export

2013-01-22 Thread Thomas Mueller
(current time: Wed 23 Jan 2013 02:43:43 AM UTC) --] [-- End of PGP output --] [-- The following data is signed --] We are on notice that the current ports tree will be soon no longer available via CVSup and friends. General consumers of the FreeBSD ports tree are being encouraged to

Re: portmaster -w -r (pcre icu): how to avoid redundant rebuilding?

2013-01-23 Thread Thomas Mueller
On 01/22/13 06:26, Thomas Mueller wrote: I see in the UPDATING file that I need to rebuild all ports that depend on pcre and icu: portmaster -w -r pcre and portmaster -w -r icu (I don't need -f ?) How do I do this without rebuilding the same ports twice? I am on pkgng, so I can use

Re: svn - but smaller?

2013-01-24 Thread Thomas Mueller
To get started regarding svn with only the base system, as in a fresh install, what about the suggestion to download the ports tarball from the FreeBSD server? That can be done using ftp, I believe, or am I wrong? Then svn and its dependencies can be built. Not sure about the compatibility of

sysutils/pacman: use in FreeBSD?

2013-01-24 Thread Thomas Mueller
I see to my surprise, in http://www.freshports.org/commits.php , that pacman from Archlinux has just been ported to FreeBSD. But how would pacman be used in FreeBSD, considering we already have ports and pkgng? Would pacman in FreeBSD be only for binary packages, or would it be used with Arch

Re: portsnap and the imminent demise of svn-cvs ports tree export

2013-01-25 Thread Thomas Mueller
Date: Mon, 21 Jan 2013 12:01:05 +1100 How do you work that out? None of the headers you've included show any problem. John sent his mail at 010105UT on 21st, and your headers say you received it at 095334UT on 21st - nearly 9 hours later. The X-Apparently-To header is 010132UT on the 21st

sysutils/pacman: use in FreeBSD?

2013-01-26 Thread Thomas Mueller
From my previous message: I see to my surprise, in http://www.freshports.org/commits.php , that pacman from Archlinux has just been ported to FreeBSD. But how would pacman be used in FreeBSD, considering we already have ports and pkgng? Would pacman in FreeBSD be only for binary packages, or

Re: Cronjob Cvsup - What?

2013-01-27 Thread Thomas Mueller
W. D. w...@us-webmasters.com writes: According to: http://www.freebsd.org/news/2012-compromise.html Cvsup is deprecated. If I have a Cron entry like: #- #Min HrDOM Mnth DOW Command # At 3:46 in the morning,

Re: Cronjob Cvsup - What?

2013-01-28 Thread Thomas Mueller
On Sun, 27 Jan 2013 08:22:02 -0500 Thomas Mueller wrote: I've always used portsnap fetch update after the initial portsnap fetch and portsnap extract. What would be the adverse side effect of using svn instead? RW rwmailli...@googlemail.com responded: In general it's best to avoid mixing

Status of devel/icu, or icu4c

2013-01-29 Thread Thomas Mueller
What is the status of devel/icu? I see on http://site.icu-project.org that ICU4J 50.1.1 released on 2012-Dec-17 ICU4C 50.1.2 released on 2013-Jan-16 I keep following http://www.freshports.org/commits.php daily, generally somewhat after midnight UTC, and nothing on devel/icu since I saw the

Re: Status of devel/icu, or icu4c

2013-02-01 Thread Thomas Mueller
What is the status of devel/icu? I see on http://site.icu-project.org that ICU4J 50.1.1 released on 2012-Dec-17 ICU4C 50.1.2 released on 2013-Jan-16 I keep following http://www.freshports.org/commits.php daily, generally somewhat after midnight UTC, and nothing on devel/icu since I saw the

Re: security/gnupg

2013-02-02 Thread Thomas Mueller
Many users have reported in the past that one of the problems with the ports system is that OPTIONS are not properly documented. Usually, if I spend some time, I can locate it but it is a PIA. However, with the security/gnupg port, I cannot find out specifically what this option does: [ ]

Re: security/gnupg

2013-02-03 Thread Thomas Mueller
/etc/make.conf, use OPTIONS_SET=list of options. You can also use UNSET in the same way for the converse. Setting BATCH=yes stops the dialogs appearing. Chris I want to know what ports have settable options, and might miss some. I guess I could make showconfig-recursive | tee

Re: Why the port build log file has terminal escape sequences?

2013-02-03 Thread Thomas Mueller
On 3 February 2013 04:14, Yuri y...@rawbw.com wrote: I redirect the log into the file: portupgrade -a 21 | tee portupgrade.log However, log still has escape sequences as if it was printed to the terminal: ^[[0m^[[34m^[[1mGenerating moc_mainwindow.cpp^M ^[[0m^[[34m^[[1mGenerating

Xorg totally unusable with KMS and new Xorg on Sandy Bridge system: how to undo

2013-02-08 Thread Thomas Mueller
now on Insight webmail using Midori browser on not-so-new System Rescue CD; new computer with 16 GB RAM. I can get back to FreeBSD, but no GUI, no X11 for now until I rebuild. Thomas Mueller mueller6...@bellsouth.net ___ freebsd-ports@freebsd.org

Re: Xorg totally unusable with KMS and new Xorg on Sandy Bridge system: how to undo

2013-02-08 Thread Thomas Mueller
Thomas Mueller writes: I built the newer Xorg and it falls flat: goes to a nongraphic screen that is blank except for a rectangular cursor in the upper left corner, and now I want to get back to the earlier Xorg. System is Intel Sandy Bridge with i7 CPU. Robert Huff responds

Re: Xorg totally unusable with KMS and new Xorg on Sandy Bridge system: how to undo

2013-02-08 Thread Thomas Mueller
From Warren Block wbl...@wonkity.com: After adding those, graphics/libdrm must be rebuilt, and x11-drivers/xf86-video-intel must have the KMS option enabled and be rebuilt. If you just added WITH_NEW_XORG, there will be other xorg components that need to be updated. O no, I'm getting rid of

Bug in mail/mpop options list: only NLS appears in dialog

2013-02-10 Thread Thomas Mueller
I notice a crippling bug in mail/mpop options: only NLS option appears in dialog, while Makefile shows SSL/TLS-related options as well. I updated mpop as part of portmaster -r libtasn1 as prescribed in UPDATING file. So I lost TLS support and can't download email any more, at least not with

Xorg installation all screwed: how do I wipe out and start fresh?

2013-02-11 Thread Thomas Mueller
I tried to go back from the new Xorg, which just crashed the system and required Reset button, to the older. But now everything is messed up, and how do I wipe it all out and start fresh without having to rebuild all ports including applications like Mozilla Seamonkey, etc? Or do I have to

Re: Bug in mail/mpop options list: only NLS appears in dialog

2013-02-12 Thread Thomas Mueller
We also do support the same kind of things :) First set NO_DIALOG=yes in make.conf and you are done with the dialog thing :) second you can do the follow: OPTIONS_SET=NLS NCURSES GTK2 X11 OPTIONS_UNSET= QT4 msmtp_SET= IDN msmtp is the ${UNIQUENAME} obtained from make

Re: Firefox upgrade fails

2013-02-22 Thread Thomas Mueller
invocation) gmake[5]: *** [libmozalloc.so] Error 1 ... Any hint? Disable PGO or build with GCC (I used make USE_GCC=4.6+). -- Thomas Mueller ___ freebsd-ports@freebsd.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-ports

Status/version of graphics/png?

2013-02-22 Thread Thomas Mueller
What is the status of graphics/png? I noticed NetBSD pkgsrc was prompt in updating to 1.6 (or was it 1.6.0?), even though they are behind in some other packages. I'm concerned with the prospect of having to rebuild all ports that depend on png when 1.5.x - 1.6. Tom

Status of math/gnumeric unable to keep up with upstream releases?

2013-02-22 Thread Thomas Mueller
What is the status of gnumeric being stuck at 1.10.17 when upstream has released 1.12.0 ? I think gnumeric = 1.11.x has gtk+ = 3.0.0 as a dependency? I checked gnumeric web site www.gnumeric.org . I see this is the same snag that prevents transmission 2.5 from building, though possibly one

Status/version of graphics/png?

2013-02-24 Thread Thomas Mueller
What is the status of graphics/png? I noticed NetBSD pkgsrc was prompt in updating to 1.6 (or was it 1.6.0?), even though they are behind in some other packages. I'm concerned with the prospect of having to rebuild all ports that depend on png when 1.5.x - 1.6. The status is that I wait

Re: Status/version of graphics/png?

2013-04-26 Thread Thomas Mueller
from Dirk Meyer: Hallo Thomas Mueller, What is the status of graphics/png, now that FreeBSD 8.4_RC2 has been released and the ports tree has been unfrozen? Will it get the long overdue update to 1.6.x; how much regression testing needs to be done? 1.6.1 ist still

Re: Status/version of graphics/png?

2013-04-28 Thread Thomas Mueller
from Chris Rees: What new features are you trying to take advantage of with png? I went to the libpng website and couldn't find the desired changelog, but found libpng 1.4.x and 1.5.x were still in active development, and there was also a beta 1.7.0 . 1.6.2 is the latest release. I notice

Any way to keep two versions of Xorg?

2013-04-28 Thread Thomas Mueller
Is there any way to keep two versions of Xorg-server, using no more than one at a time? Reason is the newer but unstable version with KMS, permitting full use of the newer Intel graphics chips. I switched to the new version but then couldn't run X at all, immediately crashing the system and

Re: Proposal: do not show up the dialog(1) by default?

2013-05-23 Thread Thomas Mueller
A lot of people seems to be complaining about the configuration dialog popping up all the time. What if we change the default behaviour to not pop up the dialog each time there is a changed option but only when the user explicitly type make config? Just a proposal, please give your

Re: Proper way to access executable's environment?

2013-05-27 Thread Thomas Mueller
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Re: Announce: Unofficial binary package builds for old releases

2013-06-06 Thread Thomas Mueller
cross posting this from hackers by request) Thanks to poudriere making this easy, we're now making public our (unofficial!) constantly being rebuilt repository of binary packages for old FreeBSD +releases and less popular architectures. See

Rebuild all ports for perl minor version update?

2013-06-14 Thread Thomas Mueller
I see in the $PORTSDIR/UPDATING file that perl has been updated. perl5.16 has been updated from 5.16.2 to 5.16.3 . Since this is only (?) a minor-version update, why should it be necessary to upgrade all ports that depend on perl? portmaster -r perl In that case, why didn't they go to perl

Rebuild all ports for perl minor version update?

2013-06-14 Thread Thomas Mueller
from my priginal post: I see in the $PORTSDIR/UPDATING file that perl has been updated. perl5.16 has been updated from 5.16.2 to 5.16.3 . Since this is only (?) a minor-version update, why should it be necessary to upgrade all ports that depend on perl? portmaster -r perl In that case, why

Rebuild all ports for perl minor version update?

2013-06-16 Thread Thomas Mueller
They don't really need to be re-built, but it is the safest way to go. I never go that way as he risk is EXTREMELY low and the time savings are HUGE. I just posted a much quicker way in the thread on Broken SNMP::Info. Start with portmaster p5-. Then go check on the remaining files (not

graphics/gegl won't build, was Re: Rebuild all ports for perl minor version update?

2013-06-16 Thread Thomas Mueller
I finished what I could of portmaster -r perl Last snag is graaphics/gegl and three ports that depend on graphics/gegl graphics/gegl graphics/gimp-app graphics/xsane print/hplip Last part of the log for portmaster graphics/gegl was gmake[4]: Leaving directory

Re: graphics/gegl won't build, was Re: Rebuild all ports for perl minor version update?

2013-06-18 Thread Thomas Mueller
Same thing happened to me. I fixed it with: LC_ALL=en_US.UTF-8 LANG=en_US.UTF-8 portmaster -r perl I did not use both of them but I can't remember which one did the trick. Andrei Vrincianu Thanks for help, but the real answer came from my subsequent daily visit to

Re: [HEADS UP] switch default xorg version in 9.1 and later

2013-06-19 Thread Thomas Mueller
Hi! It is time to switch the default version of xorg on FreeBSD 9.1 and later, including CURRENT. In general this means better support for modern hardware, especially intel hardware, at the cost of support for some legacy hardware. The old version will still be around, and be the default

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