linux compatibility ports upgrade
tfcheng at gmail.com
Thu Jun 4 18:15:43 UTC 2009
Thank you, Boris. This is my linux ports,linux-f8-atk-1.20.0_1 Accessibility
Toolkit, Linux/i386 binary (Linux Fedora 8)
linux-f8-cairo-1.4.14_1 Vector graphics library Cairo (Linux Fedora 8)
linux-f8-curl-7.18.2_1 The command line tool for transferring files with URL
linux-f8-expat-2.0.1_1 Linux/i386 binary port of Expat XML-parsing library
linux-f8-gdk-pixbuf-0.22.0 Image loading library for GTK+ (Linux Fedora 8)
linux-f8-libidn-0.6.14_1 Internationalized Domain Name support library
linux-f8-libxml2-2.7.2 Library providing XML and HTML support (Linux Fedora
linux-f8-nspr-4.7.3 Netscape Portable Runtime (Linux Fedora 8)
linux-f8-nss-220.127.116.11 Network Security Services (Linux Fedora 8)
linux-f8-openssl-0.9.8b The OpenSSL toolkit (Linux Fedora 8)
linux-f8-pango-1.18.4 The pango library (Linux Fedora 8)
linux-f8-png-1.2.22_1 RPM of the PNG lib (Linux Fedora 8)
linux-f8-sqlite3-3.4.2_1 The library that implements an embeddable SQL
linux-f8-tiff-3.8.2 The TIFF library, Linux/i386 binary (Linux Fedora 8)
linux-f8-xorg-libs-7.3_3 Xorg libraries (Linux Fedora 8)
linux-flashplugin-10.0r22 Adobe Flash Player NPAPI Plugin
linux-fontconfig-2.2.3_9 Linux/i386 binary of Fontconfig
linux-gtk2-2.6.10_2 GTK+ library, version 2.X, Linux binary
linux-hicolor-icon-theme-0.5_2 A high-color icon theme shell from the
linux-jpeg-6b.34_2 RPM of the JPEG lib
linux-libsigc-2.0.17_1 Callback Framework for C++ (linux version)
linux-mplayerplug-in-3.50_3 Embed MPlayer into browser
linux-nvu-1.0_1 A complete Web Authoring System
linux-openmotif-2.2.4_3 Motif toolkit Linux libraries
linux-pango-1.10.2_2 Linux pango binary
linux-realplayer-10.0.9.809.20070726 Linux RealPlayer 10 from RealNetworks
linux-scim-gtk-fc8-1.4.7_1 Smart Common Input Method platform, gtk module,
linux-scim-libs-fc8-1.4.7_2 Smart Common Input Method platform, library
part, Linux bin
linux_base-f8-8_11 Base set of packages needed in Linux mode (for
linux_dri-7.0 Binary Linux DRI libraries for 3D hardware acceleration
and I am running 7.2-stable, looks like linux-f8* is just as good to me.
On Thu, Jun 4, 2009 at 1:59 PM, Boris Samorodov <bsam at ipt.ru> wrote:
> On Thu, 4 Jun 2009 13:15:21 -0400 Tsu-Fan Cheng wrote:
> > Hi, Just use portmaster to upgrade ports and found out a lot of linux-*
> > ports are renewed. But strange to see that upgrading was interrupted by
> > ports conflicts, such as linux-f8-tiff and linux-tiff.
> Yes, those ports install files with the sane name/path, so they have
> a conflict and can't be used/unstalled together.
> > What I have are a
> > whole bunch of f8 stuff, I dont understand why portmaster choose to
> > ports that are not "f8".
> I don't use portmaster but you are first to complain. Can you show
> the output of "pkg_info -xI linux"?
> > And also curious to know which linux* is better?
> Hm, it a good question. ;-)
> The one which does what you need. But there are some security
> problems (seems with pango ports) which won't be resolved for
> Fedora Core 4 ports (since there is no new fixed packages).
> > with or without f8/f10? thank you!!
> It depends on your OS version and your tasks. The default (even
> for 8-CURRENT so far) is linux_base-fc4 and it's infrastructure
> ports. I think that for FreeBSD-6.x and lower there is no other
> alternative. For 7.2-RELEASE (and even better, 7-STABLE) one can
> use -f8- base and infrastructure ports. For recent 8-CURRENT one
> can use -f10- ports. There is a WIP to change this to default for
> Boris Samorodov (bsam)
> Research Engineer, http://www.ipt.ru Telephone & Internet SP
> FreeBSD Committer, http://www.FreeBSD.org The Power To Serve
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