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www/firefox don't compile


I get this error when I compile www/firefox port:

http://pastebin.com/H2DyYd1U

Some idea for solve it ?

Thanks.

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Olin Hook | 27 Nov 19:55 2014
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Secure or Recover freebsd.org from Google Penguin 3.0


Hello freebsd.org Team,

Hope you are doing well!

I thought you might like to know some reasons why freebsd.org is not getting
enough Social Media and Organic Search Engine Traffic.

My name is Olin Hook and I am a SEO Expert (Google Certified) working with a
leading SEO service provider. As per my analysis and research, freebsd.org  
is
not performing well in the Google Search and for which you are losing a lot
of potential leads from freebsd.org.

Some of the aspects for low traffic for freebsd.org is given below:

    -

    Due to Low Quality Back Links.
    -

    Not featuring at first page of Google, Yahoo or Bing.
    -

    Errors in the coding part of freebsd.org.
    -

    Low Quality contents of freebsd.org.
    -

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Mike Starr | 27 Nov 14:14 2014
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Fwd: UPS for FreeBSD

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Mike Starr <starrtennis <at> gmail.com>
Date: Thu, Nov 27, 2014 at 5:14 AM
Subject: Re: UPS for FreeBSD
To: chris <chris <at> bsdjunk.com>

As an aside, would anyone know how to digestify this mail list's content?

On Wed, Nov 26, 2014 at 11:06 PM, chris <chris <at> bsdjunk.com> wrote:

>
> Didn't you post the same thing here before ?
> -------------------------------------
> Chris Petrik
> FreeBSD Developer
> E on FreeBSD
> ------
> As in certain cults it is possible to kill a process if you know its true
> name.
> -- Ken Thompson and Dennis M. Ritchie
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
> ---- On Tue, 25 Nov 2014 21:48:36 -0600 Alejandro Imass<
> aimass <at> yabarana.com> wrote ----
>  > Hi,
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Moreno Carullo | 27 Nov 09:12 2014

Testing if a process is protected

Hi all,

I am implementing a set of automated tests for my FreeBSD system, and I would like to verify that a specific
process has been protect(ed) (https://www.freebsd.org/cgi/man.cgi?query=protect&sektion=1).

How can I verify that a given PID has been protected ?

Thanks,
  Moreno

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Eric Popelka | 27 Nov 04:19 2014
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Re: My ipfilter rules are overreaching...


Ahhh! Silly me
a) didn't realize that he was reading the man page for ipf(8), not ipf(5)
b) thought 'quick' meant "Quickly log this."

Removing 'quick' from the last 'block in' clause, then adding 'quick'
to my ISP subnet "pass in" gives me the behavior I want. I didn't move
the lines around. Thanks!

-Eric

On 11/26/14 9:57 PM, Jon Radel wrote:
> On 11/26/14, 8:02 PM, Eric Popelka wrote:
>> ### SNIP: 6 'pass in' rules to enable DHCP, NTP, ICMP ###
>> 
>> # Allow in the whole subnet assigned to my cable modem # (hack,
>> eventually want to just allow access to certain ports) pass in
>> log first on xn0 from 72.205.44.0/23 to any
>> 
>> # Keep out hax0rs block in log first quick on xn0 all
>> 
>> 
> from man 5 ipf:
> 
> First match vs last match To change the default  behaviour  from
> being  the  last matched rule decides  the  outcome to being the
> first matched rule, the word "quick" is inserted to the rule.
> 
> 
> 
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Eric Popelka | 27 Nov 02:02 2014
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My ipfilter rules are overreaching...


Hello BSD friends,

I've enabled ipfilter by adding the following to my /etc/rc.conf:
	ipfilter_enable="YES"   # load ipfilter kernel module
	ipfilter_rules="/etc/ipf.rules"   # my rules file
	ipmon_enable="YES"   # try to keep out hax0rs
	ipmon_flags="-Ds"    # run as a daemon, save using syslogd

My rules file (/etc/ipf.rules) reads as follows (not verbatim, trying
to just get to the facts):

	# No restrictions on loopback (lo0)
	pass in quick on lo0 all
	pass out quick on l0 all

	# Allow outbound traffic
	pass out quick on xn0 all keep state

	### SNIP: 6 'pass in' rules to enable DHCP, NTP, ICMP ###

	# Allow in the whole subnet assigned to my cable modem
	# (hack, eventually want to just allow access to certain ports)
	pass in log first on xn0 from 72.205.44.0/23 to any

	# Keep out hax0rs
	block in log first quick on xn0 all

Unfortunately, this is keeping me out from ssh'ing in to my server.
I get the following message in /var/log/messages:
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Mike Kupfer | 26 Nov 19:30 2014
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xdm questions

Hi, I'm a FreeBSD newbie but a reasonably experienced Solaris/Linux
user.  I recently installed FreeBSD-10.0-RELEASE into a VirtualBox
guest, upgraded to 10.1-RELEASE, and then installed xorg, xfce, and xdm
using "pkg install".  I've got a couple questions about my experiences.

1. I tried running xdm without setting ~/.xsession to run Xfce.  Upon
logging in, I expected to get a simple session with twm and/or an xterm.
Instead, I got bounced back to the xdm login screen.  The problem was
that the Xsession script wanted to run xsm, but that package wasn't
installed.  Shouldn't the xdm package have a dependency on the xsm
package?

2. I had to reboot single-user in order to troubleshoot and fix the xsm
issue.  I had expected to be able to use Alt+Fn to switch to a
non-xdm-controlled virtual terminal, but Alt+F1 etc. have no effect when
X is running.  I have since reviewed the FAQ, and I now understand that
with X running, I should have used Ctrl+Alt+F1, not Alt+F1.
Unfortunately, Ctrl+Alt+F1 causes the VirtualBox *host* to switch to a
different virtual terminal.  Is it possible to configure FreeBSD to use
a key combination other than Ctrl+Alt+Fn?

freebsd-version: 10.1-RELEASE

uname -a:
FreeBSD ernie.localdomain 10.1-RELEASE FreeBSD 10.1-RELEASE #0 r274401: Tue Nov 11 21:02:49 UTC 2014    
root <at> releng1.nyi.freebsd.org:/usr/obj/usr/src/sys/GENERIC  amd64

FWIW, the host is running Debian7.

thanks,
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Mike Starr | 26 Nov 17:50 2014
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Fwd: [Bug 195294] FreeBSD overwrote Windows BIOS

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: <bugzilla-noreply <at> freebsd.org>
Date: Mon, Nov 24, 2014 at 10:58 AM
Subject: [Bug 195294] FreeBSD overwrote Windows BIOS
To: starrtennis <at> gmail.com

https://bugs.freebsd.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=195294

lgfbsd <at> be-well.ilk.org changed:

           What    |Removed                     |Added
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
                 CC|                            |lgfbsd <at> be-well.ilk.org

--- Comment #1 from lgfbsd <at> be-well.ilk.org ---
The BIOS is not involved here; the bootloader is where the problem is coming
from (if someone with the appropriate powers could change the subject, that
would be helpful). This would have been easier to take care of on the
technical
support mailing list, because there isn't enough information in the report
to
figure out what has gone wrong here.

The first step in looking at the problem will be to determine whether the
disk
is using an old-style "MBR" partitioning or a newer "GPT" partitioning. This
can be determined from the gpart(8) command, "gpart show /dev/≤whatever
device
your disk is>".

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Mike Starr | 26 Nov 17:49 2014
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Fwd: Reinstalling Windows from a corrupt FreeBSD install

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Mike Starr <starrtennis <at> gmail.com>
Date: Tue, Nov 25, 2014 at 11:01 PM
Subject: Re: Reinstalling Windows from a corrupt FreeBSD install
To: lgfbsd <lgfbsd <at> be-well.ilk.org>

I tried all the commands and they didn't work. I shall have to do some more
reading.

On Tue, Nov 25, 2014 at 6:31 PM, Mike Starr <starrtennis <at> gmail.com> wrote:

> Thank you for your help so far. The gpart show command works, and it shows
> the following partitions:
> ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
> ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
> *Geom name: ada0*
> *Scheme: MBR*
> *Providers:*
> 1.
>     ada0s1
>     1.5G
>     type: !39
>
> 2.
>     ada0s2
>     581G
>     ntfs (windows?)
>
> 3.
>     ada0s3
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Respondé esta encuestas y participá en un sorteo por 5 órdenes de compra

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    Hola!

     Te invitamos a responder una encuesta sobre indumentaria masculina.

   Entre los participantes sorteamos cinco rdenes de compra por un valor
    de $500 cada una, para gastar en una importante marca de indumentaria
                           masculina (a eleccin).

    Si quers participar [1]hac click ac para ingresar al cuestionario.
                    Te tomar aproximadamente 10 minutos.

                             [ropa%20hombre.jpg]

   Contestar este cuestionario no te obliga absolutamente a nada. Toda la
   informacin volcada es utilizada nicamente con fines estadsticos. Tus
          respuestas y datos personales sern tratados con absoluta
                              confidencialidad.
     El sorteo se realiza el 10 de diciembre de 2014 y los resultados se
          publican en nuestra pgina de Internet y nuestra fanpage.

                               Muchas Gracias!

                           [2]www.wonderpanel.com
                            Ortiz de Ocampo 3302
                   Ciudad Autnoma de Bs.As. - Argentina -
                              (05411)4805-9374

      Si no quers recibir ms nuestras invitaciones [3]hac click aqu
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