FreeBSD Monitor - Feeds::ports_updating http://www.fbsdmon.org/feed/ports_updating 2014-11-27T23:59:59Z FreeBSD Monitor ports_updating http://www.fbsdmon.org/feed/ports_updating/4b9eeb6009d1153d9c5b 2014-11-27T23:59:59Z AFFECTS: users of lang/perl5.*<br />AUTHOR: mat@FreeBSD.org<br /><br />There was a nasty bug introduced in the update below, it was introduced in<br />svn revision 373476 and corrected in 373485. If you get errors looking like<br />this one:<br /><br />===&gt; Registering installation for p5-Params-Util-1.07_1 as automatic<br />pkg-static: lstat(/usr/ports/devel/p5-Params-Util/work/stage/usr/local/./usr/local/lib/perl5/site_perl/mach/5.16/auto/Params/Util/.packlist): No such file or directory<br />*** [fake-pkg] Error code 74<br /><br />You will have to wipe your ports tree clean. If using portsnap, with:<br /><br /> portsnap extract<br /><br />If using subversion:<br /><br /> svn revert -R ports_updating http://www.fbsdmon.org/feed/ports_updating/9c6606ca918d7633a0b7 2014-11-27T23:59:59Z AFFECTS: users of lang/perl5.*<br />AUTHOR: mat@FreeBSD.org<br /><br />The .packlist files are back, if you upgraded all your p5- ports yesterday<br />and need them, you will need to reinstall them again, see yesterday's update<br />for instructions. ports_updating http://www.fbsdmon.org/feed/ports_updating/cf957ae9e297f185c278 2014-11-26T23:59:59Z AFFECTS: users of multimedia/x264<br />AUTHOR: xmj@FreeBSD.org<br /><br />With the recent split of multimedia/x264 in library and binary and library<br />components, if an application that uses libx264 is updated before x264 itself,<br />multimedia/libx264 will conflict with the existing x264 package. Delete<br />this package before continuing any update that depends on it: <br /><br /># pkg delete -f x264<br /><br />Install the updated x264 and/or upgrade the other applications that<br />depend on libx264, such as ffmpeg. ports_updating http://www.fbsdmon.org/feed/ports_updating/56e978a29c4d22be3d07 2014-11-26T23:59:59Z AFFECTS: users of lang/perl5.*<br />AUTHOR: mat@FreeBSD.org<br /><br />The directories where Perl modules are installed has changed. All<br />affected ports' PORTREVISION have been bumped, so upgrading should<br />be as painless as possible. The old directories have been kept in<br />the default Perl @INC to make it even more painless.<br /><br />The default Perl has been switched to lang/perl5.18. These examples<br />are for switching from lang/perl5.16, if you are running a different<br />version, replace lang/perl5.16 with the origin of the Perl you have<br />installed.<br /><br />Binary package users:<br /><br /> # pkg upgrade -f<br /><br />Portupgrade users:<br /> 0) Fix pkgdb.db (for safety):<br /> pkgdb -Ff<br /><br /> 1) Reinstall new version of Perl (5.18):<br /> portupgrade -o lang/perl5.18 -f lang/perl5.16<br /><br /> 2) Reinstall everything that depends on Perl:<br /> portupgrade -fr lang/perl5.18<br /><br />Portmaster users:<br /> portmaster -o lang/perl5.18 lang/perl5.16<br /><br /> Conservative:<br /> portmaster p5-<br /><br /> Comprehensive (but perhaps overkill):<br /> portmaster -r perl5-<br /><br />Note: If the "perl5-" glob matches more than one port you will need to specify<br /> the name of the installed Perl package explicitly. You can get its name<br /> by running: pkg info perl5 ports_updating http://www.fbsdmon.org/feed/ports_updating/7d657dce935313d08f84 2014-11-25T23:59:59Z AFFECTS: users of x11-wm/e17-module*<br />AUTHOR: gblach@FreeBSD.org<br /><br />Enlightenment has been updated to 0.19.1. Some of e-modules can't be build<br />with updated Enlightenment, these modules has been marked as broken.<br />E-modules which work with new Enlightenment has been renamed to<br />x11-wm/e-module-*. To update these modules you must call the following<br />commands (substituting the name of module in place *):<br /><br /># portmaster -o x11-wm/e-module-* x11-wm/e17-module-*<br /># portmaster -o x11-wm/e-modules x11-wm/e17-modules<br />or<br /># portupgrade -fo x11-wm/e-module-* x11-wm/e17-module-*<br /># portupgrade -fo x11-wm/e-modules x11-wm/e17-modules ports_updating http://www.fbsdmon.org/feed/ports_updating/3093a0c3128af4bcc588 2014-11-25T23:59:59Z AFFECTS: users of EFL libraries<br />AUTHOR: gblach@FreeBSD.org<br /><br />EFL libraries has been merged into one port. Before installing devel/efl<br />you must deinstall old EFL libraries:<br /><br /># pkg delete -f eina eet evas evas-\* ecore\* eio efreet embryo edje \<br /> ethumb emotion<br /># make -C /usr/ports/devel/efl install clean ports_updating http://www.fbsdmon.org/feed/ports_updating/8ea06af116dcb23bd918 2014-11-23T23:59:59Z AFFECTS: users of security/heimdal<br />AUTHOR: hrs@FreeBSD.org<br /><br />The header and library files have been moved from PREFIX/{include,lib} to<br />PREFIX/{include,lib}/heimdal at r373047 to fix a library dependency<br />confusion when software attempts to link a Heimdal library in base and<br />an external library in LOCALBASE/lib at the same time.<br /><br />All of packages which depend on security/heimdal have to be recompiled<br />and reinstalled because of this library location change. ports_updating http://www.fbsdmon.org/feed/ports_updating/c8817001a43c945822bc 2014-11-19T23:59:59Z AFFECTS: users of x11/gnome2, graphics/clutter and lang/vala<br />AUTHOR: kwm@FreeBSD.org<br /><br />GNOME 3.14 was imported. Because this is a big change some manual help is<br />needed. Please use the following instructions to update.<br /><br />Make a list of the installed ports:<br /># pkg info &gt; ~/installed-ports-list<br /><br />Delete the old and conflicting packages:<br /># pkg delete clutter gnome-utils gnome-panel gnome-keyring vala-vapigen \<br /> guile gcalctool gnome-media libgnomekbd<br /># pkg delete gnome-screensaver gnome-applets bug-buddy \<br /> evolution-exchange evolution-webcal gnome-system-tools \<br /> seahorse-plugins gnome-control-center<br /><br />For package users the following lines will be enough:<br /># pkg upgrade<br /># pkg install gnome3<br /><br />For ports users should do the following:<br /># portmaster -a<br /># portmaster x11/gnome3<br /><br />After these steps, check with the list we made earlier if your favorite<br />ports are still installed, and reinstall them if needed. ports_updating http://www.fbsdmon.org/feed/ports_updating/3d2e22ba1d8aab5c9e0e 2014-11-19T23:59:59Z AFFECTS: users of x11/gnome2, graphics/clutter and lang/vala<br />AUTHOR: kwm@FreeBSD.org<br /><br />GNOME 3.14 was imported. Because this is a big change some manual help is<br />needed. Please use the following instructions to update.<br /><br />Delete the old and conflicting packages:<br /># pkg delete clutter gnome-utils gnome-panel gnome-keyring vala-vapigen \<br /> guile gcalctool gnome-media libgnomekbd<br /># pkg delete gnome-screensaver gnome-applets bug-buddy \<br /> evolution-exchange evolution-webcal gnome-system-tools \<br /> seahorse-plugins gnome-control-center<br /><br />For package users the following lines will be enough:<br /># pkg upgrade<br /># pkg install gnome3<br /><br />For ports users should do the following:<br /># portmaster -a<br /># portmaster x11/gnome3 ports_updating http://www.fbsdmon.org/feed/ports_updating/9b242a368ef47dac3257 2014-11-17T23:59:59Z AFFECTS: users of security/openssh-portable<br />AUTHOR: bdrewery@FreeBSD.org<br /><br />Most of the optional patches for OpenSSH do not apply to the 6.7 update yet.<br />The 6.6 version has been copied to security/openssh-portable66 if you require<br />the use of one of the optional ports. ports_updating http://www.fbsdmon.org/feed/ports_updating/d71414f2d42a2dd00471 2014-11-09T23:59:59Z AFFECTS: users of multimedia/mediabrowser<br />AUTHOR: woodsb02@gmail.com<br /><br />The default MediaBrowser database/configuration/logs/media metadata<br />storage directory has moved from /usr/local/mediabrowser to<br />/var/db/mediabrowser. Users are advised either to move the contents of<br />the old directory to the new location, or to add a mediabrowser_data_dir<br />entry to /etc/rc.conf. ports_updating http://www.fbsdmon.org/feed/ports_updating/95ea35cfdf6a2f904de6 2014-10-29T23:59:59Z AFFECTS: users of devel/libvirt<br />AUTHOR: jgh@FreeBSD.org<br /><br />Application state and resource information has been changed from older<br />path of /usr/local/var to /var. Users are advised to copy over contents<br />of old var directory to new location if they wish to preserve resources<br />from the old setup. ports_updating http://www.fbsdmon.org/feed/ports_updating/16bea2dd7cc74f66bf4a 2014-10-19T23:59:59Z AFFECTS: users of x11/kde4-runtime<br />AUTHOR: kde@FreeBSD.org<br /><br />KDE SC ports have been updated to 4.14.2. Several files have been<br />moved between packages, therefore the following action is required<br />before running any pkg/port upgrade utility:<br /><br /># pkg delete -f kde-runtime-4\* ports_updating http://www.fbsdmon.org/feed/ports_updating/109e33a586df7113feb9 2014-10-19T23:59:59Z AFFECTS: users of x11/kde4-runtime<br />AUTHOR: kde@FreeBSD.org<br /><br />KDE SC ports have been updated to 4.14.1. Several files have been<br />moved between packages, therefore the following action is required<br />before running any pkg/port upgrade utility:<br /><br /># pkg delete -f kde-runtime-4\* ports_updating http://www.fbsdmon.org/feed/ports_updating/8704b99c36b731746e9a 2014-10-19T23:59:59Z AFFECTS: users of x11/kde4-runtime<br />AUTHOR: kde@FreeBSD.org<br />KDE SC ports have been updated to 4.14.1. Several files have been<br />moved between packages, therefore the following action is required<br />before running any pkg/port upgrade utility:<br /><br /># pkg delete -f kde-runtime-4\* ports_updating http://www.fbsdmon.org/feed/ports_updating/8ba8fe8d8c833484ff55 2014-10-08T23:59:59Z AFFECTS: users of lang/ruby19<br />AUTHOR: swills@FreeBSD.org<br /><br />The default ruby version has been updated from 1.9 to 2.0.<br /><br />If you compile your own ports you may keep 1.9 as the default version by<br />adding the following lines to your /etc/make.conf file:<br /><br />#<br /># Keep ruby 1.9 as default version<br />#<br />DEFAULT_VERSIONS+=ruby=1.9<br /><br />If you wish to update to the new default version, you need to first stop any<br />software that uses ruby. Then, you will need to follow these steps, depending<br />upon how you manage your system.<br /><br />If you use pkgng, simply upgrade:<br /># pkg upgrade<br /><br />If you use portmaster, install new ruby, then rebuild all ports that depend<br />on ruby:<br /># portmaster -o lang/ruby20 lang/ruby19<br /># portmaster -R -r ruby-2.0<br /><br />If you use portupgrade, install new ruby, then rebuild all ports that depend<br />on ruby:<br /><br /># pkg delete -f ruby ruby-iconv portupgrade<br /># make -C /usr/ports/ports-mgmt/portupgrade install clean<br /># pkg set -o lang/ruby19:lang/ruby20<br /># portupgrade -x ruby-2.0.\* -fr lang/ruby20 ports_updating http://www.fbsdmon.org/feed/ports_updating/a7baa3c566e3ff8f5335 2014-10-08T23:59:59Z AFFECTS: users of lang/ruby19<br />AUTHOR: swills@FreeBSD.org<br /><br />The default ruby version has been updated from 1.9 to 2.0. <br /><br />If you compile your own ports you may keep 1.9 as the default version by<br />adding the following lines to your /etc/make.conf file:<br /><br />#<br /># Keep ruby 1.9 as default version<br />#<br />DEFAULT_VERSIONS+=ruby=1.9<br /><br />If you wish to update to the new default version, you need to first stop any<br />software that uses ruby. Then, you will need to follow these steps, depending<br />upon how you manage your system.<br /><br />If you use pkgng, simply upgrade:<br /># pkg upgrade<br /><br />If you use portmaster, install new ruby, then rebuild all ports that depend<br />on ruby:<br /># portmaster -o lang/ruby20 lang/ruby19<br /># portmaster -R -r ruby-2.0<br /><br />If you use portupgrade, install new ruby, then rebuild all ports that depend<br />on ruby:<br /><br /># pkg delete -f ruby ruby-iconv portupgrade<br /># make -C /usr/ports/ports-mgmt/portupgrade install clean<br /># portupgrade -x ruby-2.0.\* -fr lang/ruby20 ports_updating http://www.fbsdmon.org/feed/ports_updating/5d42e1cde87166c1cedb 2014-10-08T23:59:59Z AFFECTS: users of lang/ruby19<br />AUTHOR: swills@FreeBSD.org<br /><br />The default ruby version has been updated from 1.9 to 2.0. <br /><br />If you compile your own ports you may keep 1.9 as the default version by<br />adding the following lines to your /etc/make.conf file:<br /><br />#<br /># Keep ruby 1.9 as default version<br />#<br />DEFAULT_VERSIONS+=ruby=1.9<br /><br />If you wish to update to the new default version, you need to first stop any<br />software that uses ruby. Then, you will need to follow these steps, depending<br />upon how you manage your system.<br /><br />If you use pkgng, simply upgrade:<br /># pkg upgrade<br /><br />If you use portmaster, install new ruby, then rebuild all ports that depend<br />on ruby:<br /># portmaster -o lang/ruby20 lang/ruby19<br /># portmaster -R -r ruby-2.0<br /><br />If you use portupgrade, install new ruby, then rebuild all ports that depend<br />on ruby:<br /><br /># pkg delete -f ruby ruby-iconv portupgrade<br /># make -C /usr/ports/ports-mgmt/portupgrade install clean<br /># pkg set -o lang/ruby19:lang/ruby20<br /># portupgrade -x ruby-2.0.\* -fr lang/ruby20 ports_updating http://www.fbsdmon.org/feed/ports_updating/dacc7b1eaea0c53001d8 2014-10-08T23:59:59Z AFFECTS: users of lang/ruby19<br />AUTHOR: swills@FreeBSD.org<br /><br />The default ruby version has been updated from 1.9 to 2.0. <br /><br />If you compile your own ports you may keep 1.9 as the default version by<br />adding the following lines to your /etc/make.conf file:<br /><br />#<br /># Keep ruby 1.9 as default version<br />#<br />DEFAULT_VERSIONS+=ruby=1.9<br /><br />If you wish to update to the new default version, you need to first stop any<br />software that uses ruby. Then, you will need to follow these steps, depending<br />upon how you manage your system.<br /><br />If you use pkgng, simply upgrade:<br /># pkg upgrade<br /><br />If you use portmaster, install new ruby, then rebuild all ports that depend<br />on ruby:<br /># portmaster -o lang/ruby20 lang/ruby19<br /># portmaster -R -r ruby-2.0<br /><br />If you use portupgrade, install new ruby, then rebuild all ports that depend<br />on ruby:<br /><br /># pkg delete -f ruby portupgrade<br /># make -C /usr/ports/ports-mgmt/portupgrade install clean<br /># portupgrade -x ruby-2.0.\* -fr lang/ruby20 ports_updating http://www.fbsdmon.org/feed/ports_updating/8ffee2b58a2893515a81 2014-10-03T23:59:59Z AFFECTS: xorg users<br />AUTHOR: bapt@FreeBSD.org<br /><br />The WITH_NEW_XORG setting has been activated by default on all versions<br />of FreeBSD, which allows us to have packages for xorg 1.12 and kde4.<br /><br />Please be aware that on systems that only support syscons<br />switching virtual terminals or exiting X<br />results in a black screen or the last image of their desktop<br />(like a screenshot) being presented. Commands can still be typed blindly.<br /><br />Most, if not all, systems should be using vt(4) and this can be enabled<br />by setting kern.vty=vt in /boot/loader.conf and reboot to activate.