odhiambo at gmail.com
Mon Jun 7 08:34:21 UTC 2021
On Mon, Jun 7, 2021 at 11:30 AM Victor Sudakov <vas at sibptus.ru> wrote:
> Odhiambo Washington wrote:
> > I did not know that there are "poudriere" unofficial repos. I thought
> > were personal builds.
> It's a terminological question mostly. For the present, I've googled
> this up: https://github.com/simplerezo/freebsd-ports-php-vintages
> I'll try if it works (in a dedicated poudriere tree).
Just to be clear, I have never paid much attention to the likes of
poudriere as I have never had a need.
> > > > > It's strange and alarming that nobody cares in the FreeBSD world.
> > > > > Linux, you can install all versions from packages.sury.org, and
> > > > > more, you can even have different versions simultaneously on one
> > > system.
> > > > >
> > > >
> > > > Then what stops you from migrating the legacy moodle to Linux??
> > >
> > > Nothing, actually, except my long-term preference for FreeBSD.
> > >
> > > It just saddens me to see migrations from FreeBSD to Linux and never
> > > versa.
> > >
> > Solutions come in all forms. Inadequacies too.
> > So what FreeBSD cannot solve, Linux will probably solve. FreeBSD loses a
> > follower as Linux gains one.
> > In this case, though, you are taking the wrong approach - insisting on
> > running outdated code/
> > Your developer should update the code. If not, just look for the right
> > forum and share the problematic code and
> > you might get advice on how to update it.
> I'm not the one to dictate to developers. I actually spoke with the guy,
> he is pretty much OS-agnostic, and he told me "I don't see why this is a
> problem for you, there are all versions of PHP available for Linux, or
> you can always use Docker."
> I did not tell him that we don't have Docker either.
True, but we have byhve, no?
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