distfile found for deleted port sysutils/jailutils
Julian H. Stacey
jhs at berklix.com
Sun Apr 26 15:53:59 UTC 2015
> From: "Julian H. Stacey" <jhs at berklix.com>
> Date: Sun, 26 Apr 2015 17:27:16 +0200
"Julian H. Stacey" wrote:
> Hi ports@ as ex MAINTAINER= of syutils/jailutils
> portupgrade on my 10.1-RELEASE reported syutils/jailutils
> was deleted as no Distfile.
> I have
> 93248 Dec 9 2004 ./4.11-RELEASE/jailutils-1.0.tar.gz
> 94118 Sep 3 2008 ./6.4-RELEASE/jailutils-1.3.tar.gz
> 98976 Aug 26 2009 ./10.0-RELEASE/jailutils-1.6.tar.gz
> MD5 (10.0-RELEASE/jailutils-1.6.tar.gz) = 90297f650b1ed925c79d8b3ddc6f59ec
> 9.2-RELEASE/ports/sysutils/jailutils/Makefile:PORTVERSION= 1.6
> 10.0-RELEASE/ports/sysutils/jailutils/Makefile:PORTVERSION= 1.6
> http://thewalter.net/stef/freebsd/jails/jailutils/ has these I've downloaded:
> MD5 (jailutils-1.7.tar.gz) = 03d3f759124a1a6002f70969b6e63a18
> MD5 (jailutils-1.6.tar.gz) = 90297f650b1ed925c79d8b3ddc6f59ec
> Presumably now the distfile is found, the port can be restored.
Maybe I mis-read as no "distfile" string in:
portupgrade -a --fetch-only
- sysutils/jailutils (port deleted)
Julian Stacey, BSD Linux Unix C Sys Eng Consultant Munich http://berklix.com
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