[PC-BSD Testing] PC-BSD 8.0-BETA now available!

Kris Moore kris at pcbsd.com
Mon Jan 4 12:57:38 PST 2010


On 01/04/2010 15:52, doverosx at gmail.com wrote:
> Kris Moore wrote:
>> On 01/03/2010 10:59, doverosx at gmail.com wrote:
>>
>>> krzysiek wrote:
>>>
>>>> Hi.
>>>> 1.Installing using polish language was not as easy as using english, but
>>>> system was installed correctly.
>>>>
>>>> 2. I can add network tray, using  system settings menu, but not remove;
>>>> it's easy way to have multiple network tray to one network card.
>>>> 3. there wasn't anything at ports just after install; i used "portsnap
>>>> fetch extract update" i tried install /usr/ports/multimedia/cx88 (it's
>>>> my TV tuner drivers), but i have an error : cx88-1.2.1 requires kernel
>>>> source files.
>>>> *** Error code 1
>>>>
>>>> Stop in /usr/ports/multimedia/cx88.
>>>>
>>>> Using 'system settings ->   system manager ->   fetch system source' doesn't
>>>> change this
>>>>
>>>> regards,
>>>> krzysiek
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Kris Moore wrote:
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>> Happy New Year to everybody!
>>>>>
>>>>> The PC-BSD Team is pleased to announce the availability of PC-BSD 8.0-BETA (Hubble Edition),
>>>>> running FreeBSD 8.0-RELEASE, and KDE 4.3.4
>>>>>
>>>>> To read the full announcement and download, please visit the pcbsd.org site:
>>>>>
>>>>> http://www.pcbsd.org/content/view/138/11/
>>>>>
>>>>> In order to prepare for 8.0-Release, please report any and all bugs to our Trac Database:
>>>>>
>>>>> http://trac.pcbsd.org
>>>>>
>>>>> Happy Testing!
>>>>>
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>>>>> Kris Moore
>>>>> PC-BSD Software
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>>> That's an easy one! As root...kill the bad link for sys...rm -f
>>> /usr/jails/portjail/sys and re create the link ln -s /usr/src/sys
>>> /usr/jails/portjail/sys
>>>
>>> Just make sure you don't have any portjails open when killing the link.
>>> I'd have to dig a little deeper to find out why the link sys ->
>>> usr/src/sys Notice a missing '/'..
>>>
>>> Brodey
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>>
>> The portjail has its own /usr/src and /sys points to it. So in your
>> portjail, look at /usr/src, if its empty, that's why the link is broken.
>> The portjail uses its own src / ports tree's separate from the system,
>> so you can safely mess around without mucking up anything else on the
>> desktop.
>>
>>
>>
> The solution would be to copy /usr/src to /usr/jails/portjail/usr/src then??

Correct, or use "csup" to checkout another source tree from inside the 
portjail, if you want a different one.

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Kris Moore
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