Stefanita Rares Dumitrescu | 16 Apr 12:10 2014

configure: error: C compiler cannot create executables

Hi guys,  i have a problem over here.

I can't upgrade any packages because i am getting "configure: error: C 
compiler cannot create executables"

Here's the part where it fails from config.log.

configure:3448: checking whether the C compiler works
configure:3470: cc -I/usr/local/include -O2 -pipe -fno-strict-aliasing   
-Wl,-rpath,/usr/lib:/usr/local/lib -pthread conftest.c -L/usr/local/lib  
-Wl,-rpath,/usr/lib:/usr/local/lib -pthread >&5
/usr/lib/libpthread.so: undefined reference to 
`__elf_phdr_match_addr <at> FBSDprivate_1.0'
configure:3474: $? = 1
configure:3512: result: no
configure: failed program was:
| /* confdefs.h */
| #define PACKAGE_NAME ""
| #define PACKAGE_TARNAME ""
| #define PACKAGE_VERSION ""
| #define PACKAGE_STRING ""
| #define PACKAGE_BUGREPORT ""
| #define PACKAGE_URL ""
| #define CANONICALIZATION_FOR_MATHN 1
| /* end confdefs.h.  */
|
| int
| main ()
| {
|
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John | 16 Apr 09:28 2014
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where does uname get version number?

After a rocky upgrade from 9.1-RELEASE(-p10) to 9.2-RELEASE, all files I checked are now in
9.2-RELEASE-p3.  For example:

/usr/src/sys/conf/newvers.sh contains:

TYPE="FreeBSD"
REVISION="9.2"
BRANCH="RELEASE-p4"

/etc/hosts contains:

# $FreeBSD: release/9.2.0/etc/hosts 109997 2003-01-28 21:29:23Z dbaker $

and the kernel contains the new version:

# strings /boot/kernel/kernel | grep RELEASE|grep 9
 <at> (#)FreeBSD 9.2-RELEASE-p4 #0: Tue Apr  8 18:08:22 UTC 2014
FreeBSD 9.2-RELEASE-p4 #0: Tue Apr  8 18:08:22 UTC 2014
9.2-RELEASE-p4

However, uname somehow shows the wrong version:

# uname -a
FreeBSD localhost.localdomain 9.1-RELEASE FreeBSD 9.1-RELEASE #0 r243825: Tue Dec  4 09:23:10 UTC 2012    
root at farrell.cse.buffalo.edu:/usr/obj/usr/src/sys/GENERIC  amd64

So where does uname get the version number from?  Which file(s) might not have been upgraded?  Thank you!

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bill | 16 Apr 08:06 2014

freebsd 10. trashing hard drives?

I hadn't tried Free BSD since 4.x, but thought i'd give it a go. I 
installed a bootable cd of 10. onto a 300gb sata drive in a 2007 
emachine with 4gb ram. It completed the install and asked to reboot into 
the system. From that point it hangs on the "e" machine logo. Will not 
boot or even go into bios or select boot drive with that hard drive in 
operation. When hard drive is disconnected, it goes to free bsd logo and 
offers to boot into single or multi user mode, etc, though there is no 
hd. Occasionally there is an error that the machine cannot use long mode.

I thought i had mistakenly used the 64-bit when i should have used 
32-bit, though the same setup was happy with Ubuntu Linux 64-bit. 
Sooo... i got a 160gb drive off ebay and tried again using the 32-bit 
install of 10.0. Same result. It seems to install fine, reboots, halts 
at the "e" machine logo, and goes no further. From that point, it will 
not boot from cd, usb, or any other media so long as either hard drive 
is connected. With no hd connected, it brings up the bsd logo and asks 
whether i want single or multi user mode, etc.

In both cases I let bsd use its own default settings without changing 
any. It seems to partition based on the hd being used with small root, a 
swap, and mostly another partition.

Does 10.x assume a TB+ drive and partition accordingly? Is there any 
means, bsd or other, i can get into these hard drives and repartition 
them? As it stands they both seem to have been rendered useless by 
trying to install an OS. Something i have never encountered. Any advice 
most appreciated!

peace
-bill
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Matthew Pherigo | 16 Apr 05:50 2014
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Can people get banned from this mailing list?

Hey all,

I was wondering if people can get banned from this mailing list. Not necessarily for swearing or hate
speech, but for constantly sending crappy, potentially troll bait content to the mailing list without
contributing in any way. Sorry for asking, but I couldn't find a list of the rules anywhere. Of course I have
a name in mind, but I'd prefer to tell it to a mod rather than in public. But, I couldn't find out who the mods
are, either.

Thanks!
--Matt
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lhmwzy | 16 Apr 03:14 2014
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ipfw option `in` is not working on FreeBSD10

Descriptionaccording to the man page, the rule option `in|out` are still
supported in FreeBSD10. But somehow the rule with in did not match anything
in my case.How-To-Repeatroot <at> FB10:~ # ipfw -f flush
Flushed all rules.
//Create rules <---------------------------------
root <at> FB10:~ # ipfw add count all from any to any MAC any any in via em0
00100 count ip from any to any MAC any any in via em0
root <at> FB10:~ # ipfw add count all from any to any MAC any any via em0
00200 count ip from any to any MAC any any via em0
//Check counters<-----------------------------------
root <at> FB10:~ # ipfw show
00100 0 0 count ip from any to any MAC any any in via em0
00200 26 2232 count ip from any to any MAC any any via em0
65535 3453 293448 allow ip from any to any

oot <at> FB10:~ # sysctl -a | grep net.link.ether.ipfw
net.link.ether.ipfw: 1
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Aleksandr Miroslav | 16 Apr 00:33 2014
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best configuration management tool for FreeBSD?

hi,

We have a few (~15) FreeBSD boxes that we are running here. They are
all running 8.4, but they are up to date on their ports/patches.

We have some custom shellscripts (along with rsync)  to deploy our
code and and content, but we recently decided to use a proper
configuration manager tool to run our cluster. Internally, we've had a
lot of debate about that and have no clear winners (puppet seems to
get the most votes though).

What is the best configuration management tool for FreeBSD? We make
heavy use of installing things from ports, so any tool that
understands how to install upgrade stuff from ports would be great.

Thank you.
Alex
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Jorge Luis Carvalho Santos | 15 Apr 23:38 2014

The source code of *BSD contains the comment ‘Does this belong here?’

Lok Technologies , a San Jose, Calif.-based maker of networking gear, started out using Linux in its
equipment but switched to OpenBSD four years ago after company founder Simon Lok, who holds a doctorate in
computer science, took a close look at the Linux source code.“You know what I found? Right in the kernel,
in the heart of the operating system, I found a developer’s comment that said, ‘Does this belong
here?’ “Lok says. “What kind of confidence does that inspire? Right then I knew it was time to switch.”
 reference :http://www.forbes.com/2005/06/16/linux-bsd-unix-cz_dl_0616theo.html
The source code of  *BSD contains the comment  ‘Does this belong here?’ 		 	   		  
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Patrick Tracanelli | 15 Apr 21:09 2014
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UFS2 Snapshot Rollback

Is there a way I can rollback a FS back to the state it was when I took a snap? Other than mounting the snap as
md(4) read-only and recovering the files?

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Littlefield, Tyler | 15 Apr 19:49 2014

boston internships

Hello:
I'm sorry again for the questions. I was curious if anyone knew 
specifically of any places in boston looking for system 
administration/an internship where I would get to work with BSD. Any 
info would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks,

--

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Take care,
Ty
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He that will not reason is a bigot; he that cannot reason is a fool; he that dares not reason is a slave.

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Maurizio Vairani | 15 Apr 14:09 2014
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'portmaster -a' error

I receive an error, running:

# portmaster -a
===>>> Gathering distinfo list for installed ports

===>>> Starting check of installed ports for available updates

===>>> The deskutils/nautilus-sendto port has been deleted: Has expired: 
nautilus will be updated to the 3.x version which is not compatible with 2.x
===>>> Aborting update

===>>> Killing background jobs
Terminated
===>>> Exiting

My server is running:
# uname -a
FreeBSD clover-nas2 9.2-STABLE FreeBSD 9.2-STABLE #0 r261225: Tue Jan 28 
09:55:35 CET 2014     ssh <at> clover-nas2:/usr/obj/usr/src/sys/GENERIC  amd64

Any idea ?

Thanks
- Maurizio
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