eras mus | 30 Jan 06:32 2015
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Library in freebsd

Dear All,

I am trying to install python-ldap in Plone 4..
I am  getting error
http://pastebin.com/EFvwDqk8

I was adviced to install libldap2-dev (this is name in ubuntu).

How could i install it in Freebsd ?
Thanks in advance.
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Keith | 30 Jan 01:46 2015
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FBSD 8.1 Libtool Upgrade.

Was going to install NRPE, nagios tool and got this error:

===>   Found libtool-2.2.6b, but you need to upgrade to libtool>=2.4

Now this is a production machine running FBSD 8.1 and:

Dovecot 2.2.9
Postfix 2.7.1

I am a little concerned about updating a library like this, but from what
I have read here:

http://www.freshports.org/devel/libtool

Neither of these programs use libtool to either build or are needed to run.

Those are the only programs that run on this machine except for the usual
out of the box type stuff.

Would it be safe to upgrade libtool?

Thanks,
Keith

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Julien Cigar | 29 Jan 10:50 2015
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pkg upgrade fails to bring in dependencies ...?

Hello,

Any idea for the following: https://dpaste.de/NB81/raw ?

In other words, there is a shared library bump for png (1.5.x -> 1.6.x)
and I don't understand why pkg doesn't upgrade all the packages which
depend on png. This is with a custom repo (poudriere) and pkg 1.4.7.
Should I fill a bug report ?

Thanks,
Julien

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David Benfell | 29 Jan 04:43 2015

mysql dependencies, but I have mariadb

Hi all,

I'm increasingly running into trouble building ports because they
depend on the original mysql. I use mariadb and everything I see says
this is preferable to mysql.

Is there a way to tell pkg and the ports to accept mariadb equivalents
of mysql packages?

Thanks!

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opendaddy | 28 Jan 23:22 2015

spamd: greyreader failed (No such file or directory)

Hello,

Trying to set up spamd (http://home.nuug.no/~peter/pf/en/spamd.html):

rc.conf

    pf_enable="YES"
    obspamd_enable="YES"
    obspamlogd_enable="YES"

I added `fdescfs /dev/fd fdescfs rw 0 0` to `/etc/fstab`, ran `mount -a`, `cd /usr/local/etc/spamd && cp
spamd.conf.example spamd.conf` and then `/usr/local/etc/rc.d/obspamd start`, but
`/var/log/messages` reports: `spamd: greyreader failed (No such file or directory)`.

I came across https://forums.freebsd.org/threads/spamd-spam-trapping-crashes.11388/ but with no solution.

Anybody have any ideas?

Many thanks!

O.D.

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opendaddy | 28 Jan 23:02 2015

PF: Why is FreeBSD using an ancient version of PF?

Hello,

Are there any plans to update FreeBSD's version of PF? That way one wouldn't have to maintain a separate
rules for FreeBSD's ancient PF syntax.

Many thanks!

O.D.

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Jack Eriksen | 28 Jan 22:16 2015

Interested in a cooperation

Dear webmaster,

My name is Jack and I found http://docs.freebsd.org/ while browsing. 

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visitors to our site.

I have a selection of high quality websites that are very related to 
yours and I am able to give you a link from them in exchange for a link 
from you site.

Let me know if you are interested and I will send you more information.

Thanks,

Jack Eriksen
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Иван Пётр | 28 Jan 20:34 2015
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rtlink driver support

 Dear Sir/Madam,

When will FreeBSD supports RT3290 Wireless driver?

Best regards,
Ivan Peters.
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Jerry | 28 Jan 20:52 2015
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Linux "Ghost" Remote Code Execution Vulnerability

Does this vulnerability affect FreeBSD?

https://www.us-cert.gov/ncas/current-activity/2015/01/27/Linux-Ghost-Remote-Code-Execution-Vulnerability

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Joseph Kakisina | 28 Jan 16:58 2015

trying to install FreeBSD 10.0 CD in a PowerPC G5

Dear sir,

I’ve purchased the FreeBSD 10.0 insulation CD’s and want to install FreeBSD on my ‘old’ PowerPC G5.
After starting up with cmd-option O-F I typed the command

boot cd:,\ppc\chrp\loader cd:0

and hit return
the system appends load-size=0 adler32=1 so I see on the screen

boot cd:,\ppc\chrp\loader cd:0 load-size=0 adler32=1

I got the error message LOAD-SIZE is too small

What should I do to fix this error ?

Kind regards,
Joseph Kakisina
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David Benfell | 28 Jan 09:11 2015

php55 change on datetime functions?

Hi all,

I just recently did an upgrade; I am now at:
FreeBSD home.parts-unknown.org 10.1-STABLE FreeBSD 10.1-STABLE #0 r277815: Tue Jan 27 16:02:25 PST
2015     root <at> home.parts-unknown.org:/usr/obj/usr/src/sys/GENERIC  amd64

I have updated as many of my ports as I could. All of a sudden, my
Drupal site is throwing errors whenever I try to add content. It's
logging:

PDOException: SQLSTATE[22007]: Invalid datetime format: 1366 Incorrect
string value: '\xF0\x9F\x92\x9B\xF0\x9F...'

The Drupal code hasn't changed since version 7.34 came out in November
(and it's even been a while since I updated any modules).

So I'm assuming this is really a PHP thing. But I have no idea what to
do about it.

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