Month: February 2016
Preparation for Star Trek Online 11.5 gone wrong?
I ran the stand alone launcher for Star Trek Online tonight. It wanted to patch 103 MB, a download of roughly half that size. That was a bit surprising as the last maintenance was done late last week and no new maintenance has been announced. I clicked on the Engage button and nothing happened. I ran […]Read More → Preparation for Star Trek Online 11.5 gone wrong?
security/gnupg breaks when deselecting NLS option
GnuPG 2.1.11 was recently added to the FreeBSD ports collection, in r409152. Deselecting the NLS option breaks the building of GnuPG.Read More → security/gnupg breaks when deselecting NLS option
Upgrading PostgreSQL 9.4.6 to 9.5.1
All commands were done as the root user unless indicated.Read More → Upgrading PostgreSQL 9.4.6 to 9.5.1
Plotting dual stack targets with MRTG when SNMP is IPv4-only
I realised today that MRTG must be told when SNMP is IPv4-only on an otherwise dual stack target.Read More → Plotting dual stack targets with MRTG when SNMP is IPv4-only
Another bad KB? KB3123862
Earlier this week Microsoft released another batch of Windows updates. Among them are KB3123862. As usual, the title displayed by Windows Update gives no clue to what this update actually does: “Update for Windows 7 for x64-based Systems (KB3123862)”. Clicking on the More information link reveal the following: Updated capabilities to upgrade Windows 8.1 and […]Read More → Another bad KB? KB3123862
graphics/py-pygraphviz renamed from graphics/py-graphviz
graphics/py-graphviz was renamed to graphics/py-pygraphviz in r408353. Run these two commands to get back on track:Read More → graphics/py-pygraphviz renamed from graphics/py-graphviz