Bash Shellshock Bug

Bernt Hansson bah at
Tue Sep 30 15:27:49 UTC 2014

On 2014-09-30 17:02, Matthew Seaman wrote:
> On 09/30/14 14:28, Polytropon wrote:
>> Again note: Make a backup (!) of your current /usr/ports
>> tree before you start! Updating the ports tree is possible,
>> but probably you don't even have portsnap on FreeBSD 6 yet.
>> I'm not sure when it has been introduced, but I assume it
>> was somewhere betweeen FreeBSD 7 and 8...
>> This is how you would do it:
>> 	# portsnap fetch update
>> 	# cd /usr/ports/shells/bash
>> 	# make deinstall
>> 	# make
>> 	# make reinstall
>> If you have any other means to update your ports tree (CVS
>> was the standard at FreeBSD 6, I don't know if this is still
>> supported, as FreeBSD now uses Subversion), you could also
>> try the equivalent with binary packages:
>> 	# portsnap fetch update
>> 	# portupgrade -P bash
> Neither of these approaches will work with the current ports tree on
> anything older than FreeBSD 8.2-RELEASE.  You'll get syntax errors while
> trying to parse the Makefiles used in the ports certainly because of a
> change in the way you tell make to map strings to upper or lower case
> (eg. ${VAR:L} changed to ${VAR:tl}) and quite possibly for other reasons.
> Nor will the current ports tree work with anything other than pkg(8).
> We haven't tried compiling pkg(8) on anything that old -- it might work,
> but I sincerely doubt it.
> 	Cheers,
> 	Matthew
I want to install kicad but getting this error:

root at kw:/usr/ports # make clean
Child process pid=41973 terminated abnormally: Segmentation fault: 11
"/usr/ports/Mk/", line 1222: warning: 
"/usr/local/sbin/pkg-static ver
sion -t 1.3.8 1.3.8" returned non-zero status

pkkng is crap

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