Building ports in jails after staging support
frank at deze.org
Sat Nov 23 10:40:53 UTC 2013
Anybody for this question?
I'm really struggling with it.
Op 15-11-2013 15:11, Frank Volf schreef:
> I'm having a FreeBSD 9.1-RELEASE system with some jails.
> The jails have problems building/upgrading ports after staging support
> was added to the /usr/ports tree.
> I'm using portupgrade for the upgrades (but that is not political, if
> another tool does the job then that is fine as well).
> I searched the archives of this list and if I understood that there
> are two problem areas:
> 1) All jails share a union-mounted read-only copy of the /usr/ports
> tree, and staging tries by default to write in /usr/ports
> 2) My jails are build according to the description in the FreeBSD
> handbook and the symbolic link in the jails that points usr/local to
> ../s/usr-local is causing problems as well.
> I found several messages from people describing work-arounds (e.g.
> setting PACKAGES or NO_STAGE in /etc/make.conf), adjusting PREFIX in
> Some messages seem to be contradicting each other (like NO_STAGE
> should not be defined), and some solution only solve one of the two
> So, my question is simply: is there an official (future proof) way how
> to fix this? In other words, what should I do to get portupgrade or
> any other port mgmt tool working again in the jails with my setup?
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