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Ony my Linux systems, man 1 man mentions the MANWIDTH environment variable, which, now that I look it up, is also specified in the FreeBSD man(1) manpage: MANWIDTH If set to a numeric value, used as the width manpages should be displayed. Otherwise, if set to a special value ``tty'', and output is to a terminal, the pages may ...


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The -m option takes a directory name, not a filename. bmake -m /usr/local/share/mk Otherwise, your version of bmake doesn't match the version of the mk files in /usr/local/share/mk.


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https://www.freebsd.org/doc/en/books/handbook/updating-upgrading-freebsdupdate.html, section 24.2.3.3: portmaster -af Forget about "quickly" though. This may take some time depending on your machine and the ports installed. :) After that, you'll have to run freebsd-update install one last time.


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In both cases those are not primarily warnings that break the build. For the kernel compilation: error: 'struct run_vap' has no member named 'beacon_mbuf' the compiler tells you, that the code is trying to access something that isn't there. This may have many reasons, but generally it suggests that the code is broken. Maybe you are trying to compile a ...


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If you are using the default dhclient, you can try altering the config for the Ethernet interfaces to request or require that the DHCP server sends a value for the routers option. Try something like this in /etc/dhclient.conf: interface "re0" { request routers; } Of course, this will work only if the segment's DHCP servers are configured to respond to ...


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On NetBSD, you usually upgrade pkgsrc to the latest version (which is nothing more than tar -xvzf pkgsrc-version.tar.gz) and updates the installed software individually. More information on the NetBSD/pkgsrc website: http://wiki.netbsd.org/pkgsrc/how_to_use_pkgsrc/#index1h2 http://wiki.netbsd.org/pkgsrc/how_to_use_pkgsrc/#index7h1 Hope this helps!


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I needed to get updates because I installed bash and didn't want to suffer from the Shellshock vulnerability, so I went with Holu's suggestion http://unix.stackexchange.com/a/103661/93476 and it got me patched up.



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