Installing a binary package

Leslie Jensen jensen.leslie at
Fri Jul 18 06:55:17 UTC 2014

I'm on a small machine with 256Mb memory and 1 Gb of swap space.

Compiling clang33 gives me failures and stop, out of swap space.

I got the advise to install clang33 as a binary packet and there my 
problems began :-)

Following instructions found via Google:

save the following as /usr/local/etc/pkg/repos/FreeBSD.conf:

FreeBSD: {
   url: "pkg+${ABI}/latest  <$%7BABI%7D/latest>",
   mirror_type: "srv",
   signature_type: "fingerprints",
   fingerprints: "/usr/share/keys/pkg",
   enabled: yes

You'll also need to save this as

function: "sha256"

And also

|  cd /usr/src/share/keys && make && make install

I've created /usr/src/share and /usr/src/share/keys as they did not exist.

Of course there's nothing to make!

What do I need to proceed?



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