"Python 37/38 conflict, was Re: Trubles compiling lxqt on RPi4"

From: Mark Millard via freebsd-arm <freebsd-arm_at_freebsd.org>
Date: Fri, 14 May 2021 20:55:54 UTC
I am aware of the direction that you have taken on this
subject and have been thinking about a response. But the
freebsd-arm list seems to be messed up.

For one, I've not received any messages via email for
recent list activity. freebsd-arm is one of the few
lists that I do have set up to send E-mail. (Many lists
I just read via a web browser.)

For another:


now gets "404 Not Found" for me. But:


gets a different type of thread list.

But that list (and the related author, date, subject
sorts) shows no "Trubles compiling lxqt on RPi4"
messages at all.


also produces that thread sorted list that is missing

One of the links on the page takes me to:


which shows an incomplete list of about 17 mailing lists. It also
lists a bunch of "Archived mailing lists" that do not allow for
subscription.  The page reports being based on: "generated by
mlmmj-webview" which links to:


Anyway, you may have to use off-list means of dealing with things
for a while.

FYI, the lists with (un)subscribe buttons:

dev-reviews 	Review System Updates 	
freebsd-acpi 	ACPI and power management development 	
freebsd-amd64 	Porting FreeBSD to the AMD64 platform 	
freebsd-apache 	Support of apache-related ports 	
freebsd-arch 	Discussion related to FreeBSD architecture 	
freebsd-arm 	Porting FreeBSD to ARM processors 	
freebsd-atm 	ATM for FreeBSD! 	
freebsd-bluetooth 	Using Bluetooth in FreeBSD environments 	
freebsd-bugbusters 	Coordination of the Problem Report handling effort 	
freebsd-bugs 	Bug reports 	
freebsd-desktop 	Using and improving FreeBSD on the desktop 	
freebsd-mmtest 	Temporary testing mailing list 	
freebsd-multimedia 	Multimedia discussions 	
freebsd-pkg 	Binary package management and package tools discussion 	
freebsd-pkgbase 	Packaging the FreeBSD base system 	
freebsd-test 	Test posting area 	
freebsd-tex 	Porting TeX and related applications to FreeBSD 	

Mark Millard
marklmi at yahoo.com
( dsl-only.net went
away in early 2018-Mar)