FreeBSD Monitor - Feeds::ports_updating http://fbsdmon.org/feed/ports_updating 2015-05-19T23:59:59Z FreeBSD Monitor ports_updating http://fbsdmon.org/feed/ports_updating/4e9e372d2346790c2a8c 2015-05-19T23:59:59Z AFFECTS: users of sysutils/webmin and sysutils/usermin<br />AUTHOR: olgeni@FreeBSD.org<br /><br />After upgrading to Perl 5.20 the /usr/bin/perl link will no longer<br />be available. You will have to check your perl-path files and<br />change the path of the Perl interpreter to "/usr/local/bin/perl":<br /><br /> /usr/local/etc/webmin/perl-path<br /> /usr/local/etc/usermin/perl-path ports_updating http://fbsdmon.org/feed/ports_updating/13c9353d02dc61da94dc 2015-05-13T23:59:59Z AFFECTS: users of lang/perl5*<br />AUTHOR: mat@FreeBSD.org<br /><br />The default Perl version has been switched to Perl 5.20. If you are using<br />binary packages to upgrade your system, you do not have anything to do, pkg<br />upgrade will do the right thing. For the other people, assuming you are<br />migrating from 5.18 to 5.20, do:<br /><br />Portupgrade users:<br />portupgrade -o lang/perl5.20 -f lang/perl5.18<br /><br />portupgrade -f `pkg shlib -R libperl.so.5.18|tail +2`<br /><br />Portmaster users:<br />portmaster -o lang/perl5.20 lang/perl5.18<br /><br />portmaster -f `pkg shlib -R libperl.so.5.18|tail +2`<br /><br />NOTE:<br /> Perl has been removed from base more than ten years ago, so it was way past<br /> time for the /usr/bin/perl symlink to be removed from the port. If for<br /> some strange reason, you still need it, you will have to create it<br /> manually.<br /><br />IMPORTANT:<br /> In case you have not updated your system in a while, and specifically,<br /> followed the 20141126 instructions regarding the new Perl layout, you<br /> should follow those more extensive instructions rather than the<br /> conservative presented here. ports_updating http://fbsdmon.org/feed/ports_updating/c365a945c4ac63168123 2015-05-13T23:59:59Z AFFECTS: users of lang/perl5*<br />AUTHOR: mat@FreeBSD.org<br /><br />The default Perl version has been switched to Perl 5.20. If you are using<br />binary packages to upgrade your system, you do not have anything to do, pkg<br />upgrade will do the right thing. For the other people, assuming you are<br />migrating from 5.18 to 5.20, do:<br /><br />Portupgrade users:<br />portupgrade -o lang/perl5.20 -f lang/perl5.18<br /><br />portupgrade -f `pkg shlib -R libperl.so.5.18|tail +2`<br /><br />Portmaster users:<br />portmaster -o lang/perl5.20 lang/perl5.18<br /><br />portmaster -f `pkg shlib -R libperl.so.5.18|tail +2`<br /><br />IMPORTANT:<br /> In case you have not updated your system in a while, and specifically,<br /> followed the 20141126 instructions regarding the new Perl layout, you<br /> should follow those more extensive instructions rather than the<br /> conservative presented here. ports_updating http://fbsdmon.org/feed/ports_updating/ed57f84305f2d241a076 2015-05-10T23:59:59Z AFFECTS: users of mail/postfix mail/postfix-current<br />AUTHOR: ohauer@FreeBSD.org<br /><br />The following OPTIONS where renamed to match the default used in most all other ports<br />- SASL2 -&gt; SASL<br />- OPENLDAP -&gt; LDAP<br /><br />If any of the old OPTIONS was enabled before, please re-run "make config". ports_updating http://fbsdmon.org/feed/ports_updating/d707a2d42548df5ae010 2015-05-08T23:59:59Z AFFECTS: users of www/iojs<br />AUTHOR: linpct@gmail.com<br /><br />iojs has been updated to 2.0.0. The binary modules may need to be<br />rebuilt due to V8 version ABI change. ports_updating http://fbsdmon.org/feed/ports_updating/ea8970a3c08c140371dc 2015-05-06T23:59:59Z AFFECTS: users of net/asterisk13 with PJSIP (default on) and SRTP (default off) options enabled<br />AUTHOR: madpilot@FreeBSD.org<br /><br />This applies ONLY TO USERS COMPILING FROM PORTS:<br />To avoid dependency problems, you must remove the pjsip port<br />before upgrading asterisk13.<br /><br /> # pkg delete pjsip<br /> # portmaster -a<br /><br />These steps are unnecessary for those using binary packages.<br /><br />Please see the 20150323 entry for background about this problem. ports_updating http://fbsdmon.org/feed/ports_updating/88c43e559c2e6d6fe269 2015-05-06T23:59:59Z AFFECTS: users of net/asterisk13 with PJSIP (default on) and SRTP (default off) options enabled<br />AUTHOR: madpilot@FreeBSD.org<br /><br />Due to asterisk13 requiring conflicting port options for the net/pjsip<br />dependency when the SRTP option is enabled together with the PJSIP<br />one I have created a new slave port to pjsip to enforce the<br />required option so asterisk can enforce that option with a<br />conditional dependency.<br /><br />Users building custom packages with poudriere should have no<br />problems, since pkgng is able to handle the change automatically.<br /><br />For users compiling from ports a simple update of asterisk will<br />keep it working because the already installed pjsip port will<br />satisfy the dependency. They anyway should, when convenient,<br />disinstall the pjsip port(this will also disinstall asterisk13)<br />and rebuild asterisk13 to force it to grab the correct dependency<br />to avoid problems with future updates.<br /><br />Please check the 20150323 entry in this file which has some<br />background about this problem. ports_updating http://fbsdmon.org/feed/ports_updating/16f202e21035ceaa1de8 2015-05-01T23:59:59Z AFFECTS: users of graphics/qgis<br />AUTHOR: brd@FreeBSD.org<br /><br />Following OPTIONS have been renamed in 2.8.1_1 to match upstream:<br /><br />- MAPSERVER to SERVER ports_updating http://fbsdmon.org/feed/ports_updating/ac3894d23ca5e0cb67d0 2015-04-27T23:59:59Z AFFECTS: users of mail/opensmtpd<br />AUTHOR: ashish@FreeBSD.org<br /><br />Following OPTIONS are being removed in 5.4.5p1:<br /><br />- LDAP<br />- SQLITE<br />- MYSQL<br />- PGSQL<br />- REDIS <br /> <br />They are disabled/removed in upstream since 5.4.4p1, but did not get removed<br />from port. ports_updating http://fbsdmon.org/feed/ports_updating/6210dfa3d9353c098ad6 2015-04-20T23:59:59Z AFFECTS: users of devel/icu<br />AUTHOR: bapt@FreeBSD.org<br /><br />icu has been updated to 55.1. Please rebuild all ports that depends on it<br /><br />If you use portmaster:<br /> portmaster -w -r icu<br />If you use portupgrade:<br /> portupgrade -fr devel/icu<br /><br />20150419<br />AFFECTS: Users of emulators/wine-devel<br />AUTHOR: gerald@FreeBSD.org<br /><br /><br />The COMPHOLIO option in emulators/wine-devel has been renamed to<br />STAGING to align with the upstream evolution of that project. ports_updating http://fbsdmon.org/feed/ports_updating/acbd8a95ce02aedf4534 2015-04-17T23:59:59Z AFFECTS: Users of audio/bcg729<br />AUTHOR: tijl@FreeBSD.org<br /><br />The Mediastreamer plugin included in this package has been separated into<br />a new port audio/msbcg729. ports_updating http://fbsdmon.org/feed/ports_updating/6a2e97651f996abb1f82 2015-04-09T23:59:59Z AFFECTS: User of security/sguil<br />AUTHOR: feld@FreeBSD.org<br /><br />security/sguil was erroneously provisioned a UID that conflicted with<br />the dns/dnscrypt-proxy port. A new UID and GID of 991 has been issued.<br /><br />Existing users will be able to upgrade the sguil packages without<br />issue. The existing UID will continue to be used. If you do a clean<br />install of security/sguil on a new server and migrate files or<br />intentionally delete the sguil user and group and reinstall you may<br />run into permissions issues.<br /><br />Examples include the /var/run/sguild and /usr/local/etc/sguild directories. ports_updating http://fbsdmon.org/feed/ports_updating/64318d4973b0ba661ed1 2015-04-06T23:59:59Z AFFECTS: User of emulators/xen emulators/xl and sysutils/xen-tools<br />AUTHOR: bapt@FreeBSD.org<br /><br />sysutils/xen-tools has been renamed sysutils/xen-guest-tools<br />emulators/xl has been renamed sysutils/xen-tools<br />emulators/xen has been renamed emulators/xen-kernel<br />A new emulators/xen has been introduced, it is a metaport that depends on<br />emulators/xen-kernel and sysutils/xen-tools ports_updating http://fbsdmon.org/feed/ports_updating/6bc4bde57c73d43a99c6 2015-04-03T23:59:59Z AFFECTS: Users of irc/rbot<br />AUTHOR: bdrewery@FreeBSD.org<br /><br />Ruby Bot now has a new upstream maintainer. The project has been updated<br />to work with Ruby 2.0+. Some migration is needed to move away from<br />BDB regristry files. The guide for that is at<br />https://github.com/ruby-rbot/rbot/wiki/MigrationGuide<br /><br />rbotdb can be used to backup a BDB database and then restore it to a working<br />format for the new rbot. Update your conf.yaml after with 'core.db: tc'<br />once converted. ports_updating http://fbsdmon.org/feed/ports_updating/e26abf32c63d81778b5f 2015-03-31T23:59:59Z AUTHOR: ohauer@FreeBSD.org<br /><br />Subversion modules are no longer activated in httpd.conf!<br />To activate the subversion apache modules a dedicated file<br />will be installed as modules.d/220_subversion.conf ports_updating http://fbsdmon.org/feed/ports_updating/a222aa7ee58870a824cb 2015-03-24T23:59:59Z AFFECTS: Users of dns/bind9*<br />AUTHOR: mat@FreeBSD.org<br /><br />This is only for FreeBSD 10.0+.<br /><br />BIND auto chroot has been added back to the named rc script. As enabling it<br />by default would most certainly break people's setup, it is not. To enable<br />it, and chroot it in /var/named, add the following line to your rc.conf file:<br /><br />named_chrootdir="/var/named"<br /><br />On first launch, the rc script will move the /usr/local/etc/namedb directory<br />into the chroot, and create a symlink to it.<br /><br />Note that, if you're running from within a jail, you need to have a<br />/var/named/dev devfs created beforehand, with the null and random devices. ports_updating http://fbsdmon.org/feed/ports_updating/f3c74887dbb802206c70 2015-03-23T23:59:59Z AFFECTS: Users of net/asterisk* and net/pjsip ports<br />AUTHOR: madpilot@FreeBSD.org<br /><br />Due to conflicts between base OpenSSL and ports provided OpenSSL<br />library, which is required by net/libsrtp, the srtp support has<br />to be removed from the default asterisk13 port configuration,<br />otherwise a not working binary would be generated.<br /><br />To get SRTP support working in the asterisk ports make sure all<br />dependencies are linked against the same SSL library implementation<br />to avoid runtime conflicts. On 10.1 everything will work fine<br />unless ports SSL libraries are explicitly installed. On older OS<br />versions(10.0 and earlier) you will need to compile all ports<br />with WITH_OPENSSL_PORT=yes.<br /><br />To get working SRTP support in asterisk13 with the pjsip backend<br />it is also needed to enable the EXTSRTP option in the pjsip port.<br /><br />If the CURL option is enabled also make sure the ftp/curl port<br />is using a GSSAPI implementation linking to the same SSL<br />implementation the other ports are using (BASE or NONE if you're<br />using base OpenSSL, GSSAPI_HEIMDAL GSSAPI_MIT otherwise). If an<br />incompatible option is being used the curl module will cause<br />asterisk to fail on startup due to mixing calls to OpenSSL from<br />base and from ports. ports_updating http://fbsdmon.org/feed/ports_updating/523903db2c59f1a13e57 2015-03-23T23:59:59Z AFFECTS: Users of net/asterisk* and net/pjsip ports<br />AUTHOR: madpilot@FreeBSD.org<br /><br />Due to conflicts between base OpenSSL and ports provided OpenSSL<br />library, which is required by net/libsrtp, the srtp support has<br />to be removed from the default asterisk13 port configuration,<br />otherwise a a not working binary would be generated.<br /><br />To get SRTP support working in the asterisk ports it is needed<br />to build all other required ports with WITH_OPENSSL_PORT=yes. For<br />asterisk13 it is also needed to enable the EXTSRTP option in the<br />pjsip port.<br /><br />If the CURL option is enabled also make sure the ftp/curl port<br />is using one of the HEIMDAL_PORT or KRB5_PORT options, otherwise<br />the curl module will cause asterisk to fail on startup due to<br />mixing calls to OpenSSL from base and from ports. ports_updating http://fbsdmon.org/feed/ports_updating/131649626e0f6c1fc9da 2015-03-23T23:59:59Z AFFECTS: Users of net/asterisk* and net/pjsip ports<br />AUTHOR: madpilot@FreeBSD.org<br /><br />Due to conflicts between base OpenSSL and ports provided OpenSSL<br />library, which is required by net/libsrtp, the srtp support has<br />to be removed from the default asterisk13 port configuration,<br />otherwise a a not working binary would be generated.<br /><br />To get SRTP support working in the asterisk ports it is needed<br />to build all other required ports with WITH_OPENSSL_PORT=yes. For<br />asterisk13 it is also needed to enable the EXTSRTP option in the<br />pjsip port. ports_updating http://fbsdmon.org/feed/ports_updating/12ade32dd272710b3ae4 2015-03-22T23:59:59Z AFFECTS: Users of security/openssh-portable<br />AUTHOR: bdrewery@FreeBSD.org<br /><br />The port now uses VersionAddendum for the port version string. Setting<br />the value to "none" in your sshd_config and restarting openssh will allow<br />removing the version from the banner.