Has anyone been able to install LuaJIT v2 on FreeBSD AMD64(x64) without using Gmake (just freebsd-make)?
If so how?
When I attempt to use freebsd-make, LuaJIT doesn't build.
on 12/19/2011 – Made popular on 12/19/2011
How can I extract some of the folders of a stock FreeBSD install from the ISO without actually installing FreeBSD?
I am trying to build a number of cross-compilers for various major versions of FreeBSD and need to get the libc and some includes and would like to be able to extract /usr/include and /usr/lib or rather parts of them ...
Edit: given the first response I feel I have to elaborate a bi
The stable legacy branch of the popular BSD-based operating system FreeBSD has been updated to FreeBSD 7.3. The release is a housekeeping update that brings some newer packages and some security fixes, but no new features. FreeBSD 7.3 is now available for the amd64, i386, pc98, and sparc64 architectures.
I am trying to install FreeBSD but I am having a problem. My computer is a Thinkpad T400. I followed the instructions to install so I have downloaded the file FreeBSD-8.3-RELEASE-amd64-dvd1.iso and burned the iso image to disc. When I boot with the disc it comes to the Welcome to FreeBSD screen.
The FreeBSD Foundation, the maker of the FreeBSD open source operating system, proudly announced on the last day of 2012 that the FreeBSD 9.1 release is now officially available. Actually, the FreeBSD 9.1 operating system was available for download (without any official release) on the FTP servers of the FreeBSD Foundation since last week.