How Do I Make a Bug Report?
chris at chrismaness.com
Wed Feb 22 18:00:49 PST 2006
Giorgos Keramidas wrote:
> On 2006-02-21 21:52, Chris Maness <chris at chrismaness.com> wrote:
>> I found out why I was not able to log in to my new CUPS installation
>> web interface. The ports patched source tree installation put the
>> CGI files in the wrong place. I moved them to where they are
>> supposed to be and now I can log in. How do I formally complain
>> that this port is screwed up. I had e-mailed the port maintainer
>> and did not receive any response.
> Hi Chris,
> You can submit a bug report for one of the FreeBSD components in one
> of two ways:
> 1. Through email.
> You must run the send-pr(1) or the sendbug(1) utility on a
> FreeBSD system that has a working email setup.
> 2. To post a bug through the web interface, point your favorite
> browser at the address:
> Before submitting a bug report, please make sure you read the bug
> reporting guidelines. These guidelines, in the form of a short
> article titled ``Writing FreeBSD Problem Reports'', can be found at:
> Since the problem you describe seems to be related to ports, please
> make sure you select `ports' as the `Category' of the bug report.
> - Giorgos
Thanks for the help. It turns out it was not a bug after I tried to
repeat the problem on another box. I then deleted the directories for
said ports in the port tree and untarred fresh tarballs from ports, and
all was well.
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