flowtable usable or not
b.smeelen at ose.nl
Sat Mar 3 14:17:49 UTC 2012
On 03/03/2012 10:18 AM, H wrote:
> you talk like the wind blows my friend ...
> remembering your own most recent words in another occasion what
> certainly do not match your last sentence ...
What you 'mis'quote further down was not my writing.
My reply to djackson was and more, see link above
I understand your motivations.
On my 1,6GHz celeron it takes a lot of time to compile the ~600 ports I
use, especially chromium for instance and when I forget to give an
option to not bother me with questions it sits there waiting for me to
enter y or n.
Ports/ packages are not `a basic part` of the FreeBSD OS. I also don't
think it is simple and straight forward to satisfy all different user
requirements and options in a package system. Ubuntu for my taste has
had flukes in many ways many times in the past and still has (often
enough the developers desktop users complain). It works good with
complete upgrades at times, on the other hand it still leaves me
sometimes with an unusable freezing OS on the desktop, and before every
upgrade it has becomes mandatory to me to first try it with an USB boot.
This is something I cannot have on server systems being used 24x7.
>> / On Mon, Jan 30, 2012 at 3:58 PM, Bas Smeelen<b.smeelen at ose.nl<http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions>> wrote:
> />/> On Mon, 30 Jan 2012 12:52:07 -0500
> />/> David Jackson<djackson452 at gmail.com<http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions>> wrote:
> />/> > I have tried endlessly to no avail to upgrade binary the packages
> />/> > on Freebsd to the latest version. I have tried:
> />/> >
>> /> >
> />/> > All fail miserably and totally and have left the system in an
> />/> > unuseable state.
> />/ I wish to use binary packages and I specifically do not want to
> />/ compile anything, it tends to take far too long to compile programs
> />/ and would rather install some packages and have it all work right
> />/ away. Binary packages are a big time saver and are more efficient. It
> />/ should be easy for FreeBSD to make it easy to install the most recent
> />/ versions of all binary packages, its beyond belief they cannot pull
> />/ off such a simple ans straight forward, and basic part of any OS. /
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