rsync for FreeBSD 12
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Sat May 19 05:19:12 UTC 2018
> On 18 May 2018, at 13:49, sergio lenzi <nervoso at k1.com.br> wrote:
> Em qui, 2018-05-17 às 10:58 -0400, Mike via freebsd-questions escreveu:
>> On 5/17/2018 2:45 AM, Doug Hardie wrote:
>>> I have a Rapsberry Pi 3 running FreeBSD 12 current. I would like
>>> to be able to install rsync and a few other packages on
>>> it. However, there are no packages available. I don't have enough
>>> disk space to install the ports. Is there a way to do this?
> Hello!, You say that you have a RPI 3 running FreeBSD12 ?? can you
> tel me if you have an HDMI monitor working ???
> I have tried several images but none were able to show anything in the
> HDMI port for RPI 3.
> Can you please point me to the site you use to download the
> RPI FreeBSD Image??
At this point I don't have many details. The unit is a 3-5 hour drive from me. The person who set it up does not know much about what he is doing, and remembers most of it incorrectly. He claims there is a console, but I don't know if its HDMI or USB based. I think he was able to log into the unit, but that has not been confirmed. All of my access has been through SSH. I don't know for sure which RPI board this actually is. I have heard 3 and 3B. I suspect it is an older 3 through. Ethernet, USB ethernet, and USB serial all work. Shutdown -p does a reboot like shutdown -r. Also the rc.conf method to extend the flash drive does not work. I had to run the function the rc.d script calls manually to make that happen.
rbpi% uname -a
FreeBSD rbpi 12.0-CURRENT FreeBSD 12.0-CURRENT #0 r320146M: Tue Jun 20 09:59:03 MDT 2017 raspberry at hive.raspbsd.org:/usr/home/brd/rpi3/crochet/work/obj/arm64.aarch64/usr/src/sys/GENERIC arm64
I know he downloaded the image from the FreeBSD servers. I think it was an earlier version of FreeBSD-12.0-CURRENT-arm64-aarch64-PINE64-20180426-r333017.img.xz found at: https://download.freebsd.org/ftp/snapshots/arm64/aarch64/ISO-IMAGES/12.0/
Supposedly I am being sent a unit in the next week or so and will be able to try to set it up myself and see how to make it work.
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