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Is there an easy way to rebuild all ports?

In the upgrade process for 10.1-RELEASE, I'm prompted with this: Installing updates... Completing this upgrade requires removing old shared object files. Please rebuild all installed 3rd party ...
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Airport Extreme BCM4331 not recognised on FreeBSD

So I have recently installed FreeBSD 10.1 (now UEFI native!) on my Mid-2012 MacBook Pro. The install went fine, except for one problem: my wireless card wasn't recognised. I looked into bwi and bwn as ...
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CMake fetch failed on FreeBSD when installing KDevelop

I'm trying to install KDevelop on my machine, How do I solve this issue Steps followed cd /usr/ports/devel/kdevelop-kde4 make install clean Output # make install clean ===> Found saved ...
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FreeBSD - delete a partially installed gnome2?

I've been trying to compile x11/gnome2 under FreeBSD 10.0-REL, but have been running into all sorts of issues. Eventually I found things indicating that gnome2 is no longer really supported, and that ...
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How To Download All FreeBSD distfiles

How can I download all FreeBSD distfiles into /usr/ports/distfiles so that I have them for offline use? I realize it will be a huge download. I remember reading how to do this (possibly in the ...
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Replace FreeBSD base clang with ports clang

FreeBSD 10 was the first release that officially released with Clang as the default, base compiler. Most ports, unless specially marked, now compile using the base ("pre-installed") clang. ...
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Non-interactive customization and installation of FreeBSD Ports

I'm new to FreeBSD, coming from a Linux background. I want to install a port, changing one of the default configuration options, in a non-interactive way (so that I can script the installation for ...
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How do I enable options for installed Ports in FreeBSD?

I installed the Vim editor using Ports and in the process didn't enable GTK2 or GNOME option. I assume that either these 2 options will let me use gvim. Here's my pkg info vim: vim-7.4.430_1 Name ...
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Freebsd equivalent build-essential

I'm already familiar with Debian and Ubuntu. At the moment I'm fiddling around with FreeBSD on a server, after installing it I'm wondering what the best way would be to install the 'essential' ...
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GCC not runnable on FreeBSD

I'm trying to run GCC on FreeBSD and I get this error: % gcc ar: unrecognized option `--plugin' usage: ar -d [-Tjsvz] archive file ... ar -m [-Tjsvz] archive file ... ar -m ...
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What means the labels =>, ==>, ===>, ====>, -, — and a certain number of spaces after them in an output of the command make install?

I'm writing a script and I need to mark several blocks of its output. To unify is not bad to use the labels like the output of the command such as make install. They are at the beginning of many ...
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Why am I still getting pkg deprecation warnings?

I'm still getting warnings about the old pkg tools being deprecated and saying I should switch to pkgng, despite the fact that I followed the directions to switch weeks ago. I did the pkg2ng thing, ...
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How do I upgrade TCL on FreeBSD?

I updated the PORTS tree and run portmaster -a, but came to a screeching halt at: ===>>> The lang/tcl-modules port has been deleted: Modules are now part of the base Tcl distributions ...
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How to see the output produced by make install in freebsd

When in freebsd you install any software using cd /usr/ports/mysql56-server make install It produces a lot of output on the screen. How you can read that output latter in a file. I tried cd ...
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Can I rely on binary packages (pkg) in FreeBSD

Since last October binary packages have been available for FreeBSD (http://lists.freebsd.org/pipermail/freebsd-pkg/2013-October/000107.html). Before that, they had some trouble, preventing binary ...
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How to update a mix of packages and ports on FreeBSD

I mostly use packages on FreeBSD, because most of them suit me just fine. Some don't suit me, however, like the vim package, which does not include a graphical gvim. No problem. I can install the ...
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Why's my FreeBSD OpenJDK port update failing (and how do I fix it)?

Makes good progress for the first half hour or so, then dies at: cd bsd_amd64_compiler2/product && ./test_gamma Using java runtime at: /usr/local/openjdk7/jre Error occurred during ...
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Can I figure out why port X is a dependency of port Y?

Is there an easy way to figure out why, when I'm trying to install a certain port in FreeBSD, some other certain port is listed as a dependency? Specifically, I'm trying to install the Webalizer port ...
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How to install PostgreSQL 9.3 in FreeBSD jail?

I configured virtual NICS using pf, and a jail for FreeBSD using qjail create pgsql-jail 192.168.0.3. When I tried to install PostgreSQL 9.3 using port collection, it shows strange message at first. ...
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How do I resolve a “rm: libtoolT: No such file or directory” error?

I'm doing a "portmaster -f" update on a machine just upgraded from FreeBSD 8.3 to 9.1 and am getting a "rm: libtoolT: No such file or directory" error. I see it's something that commonly afflicts ...
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How does the ports package build system work?

I have used yum and apt for package management. The ports system which is in use in *BSD is new to me. I see that some Linux distributions also use it. Like the Gentoo portage and Arch's ABS. I would ...
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how to solve ports dependencies conflict

What is the best approach to avoid conflict among the dependencies from two or more unrelated ports? I'm facing the following problem. A script that I'm using has the follow approach to try to install ...
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tcsh alias - find FreeBSD port

I am trying to create an alias for tcsh. I would like to find a program in ports (FreeBSD ports). So far I made an alias, which works, but finds only ports which end in *port_name. I would like it to ...
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Cannot get ccache to work with ports in FreeBSD

I'm new to FreeBSD (9.1) and I'm just setting up the system. One problem that I could not solve yet is to get ccache working. I installed it from ports and followed the guidelines in the documentation ...
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Bash port auto upgrading script in cron doesn't work properly?

I've been recently try to write a script to automate checks for new version of ports and software installed on my FreeBSD server. This script is added to root's crontab and fires daily. If I run it ...
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How to deal with FreeBSD's move to pkgconf?

It seems that the FreeBSD ports tree is busy transitioning from pkg-config to pkgconf. http://www.mail-archive.com/freebsd-ports-announce@freebsd.org/msg00018.html I first thought as an end user this ...
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FreeBSD 9.0 install NOT configuring ports

We have a new FreeBSD 9.0-RELEASE with a ports tree generated via portsnap and none of the ports perform make config. To some degree it is behaving as though BATCH=yes was set. However, that variable ...
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Find FreeBSD ports that depend on another port

I have a headless FreeBSD server where some port has installed tons of X11-related packages. I would like to find out what these ports are so I can get rid of the unwanted X-related packages. Is there ...
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How to change a *.tbz's +INSTALL file, and repack the package in FreeBSD, without installing the package

I am running on FreeBSD 8.2, I have a device that will run NanoBSD 7.4. To install packages for nanobsd, you put them in /usr/src/tools/tools/nanobsd/Pkg, and uncomment the line in your config. I ...
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FreeBSD: Mixing packages and ports?

I would like to build the newest port of Firefox (version 4.0.1,1). I currently have the package version installed (3.6.13). How well does the packages/port system handle mixing ports and packages? ...
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Is there a port list migration command set for FreeBSD?

On debianized linux distros there is dpkg --get-selections, dpkg --set-selections, dpkg -C to respectively list installed packages, select a list of packages for installations, and list packages that ...
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FreeBSD: Getting pkg_add to use stable packages rather than release packages?

Using FreeBSD 8.2-RELEASE. I want to use the latest binary packages rather than the packages at the time of the 8.2 release. That is, I want to use packages in ...
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“Too many arguments to function” error while installing php5-pdo_mysql from ports in FreeBSD

I'm having a trouble while installing php5-pdo_mysql in my FreeBSD environment. Everytime I trys to do /usr/ports/databases/php5-pdo_mysql make install the console gives me this error: ...
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Where can I find a log file that logs ports error messages in FreeBSD?

I looked in /var/log/ but there isn't any log files that records ports log, and I just found this person asking the same thing in other forum and get an answer which stating there is no such file. If ...
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How can I avoid the prompts when installing a FreeBSD port?

When I install a port, I am often presented with a menu screen to select configuration options. If I'm going to install a really big package with lots of dependencies, that will be extremely ...
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Is there a simple flag to prevent installing X and anything that depends on it via ports?

I'm running FreeBSD in a small VMWare image and I want to keep it headless. Is there a setting someplace that will guarantee I never pull in X as a dependency, or will I have to rely solely on eternal ...
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How do I recursively apply PKGREPOSITORY when calling make package-recursive in FreeBSD?

I'm trying to create a package of Apache and its dependencies: sudo make package-recursive \ __MAKE_CONF=~/make.apache22.conf \ PKGREPSOITORY=/usr/home/gvkv Everything works fine; Apache and its ...