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* Proliferating LLVMsLouis Epstein
`* Re: Proliferating LLVMsChristian Weisgerber
 `* Re: Proliferating LLVMsLouis Epstein
  `* Re: Proliferating LLVMsChristian Weisgerber
   `* Re: Proliferating LLVMsLouis Epstein
    `* Re: Proliferating LLVMsLouis Epstein
     `* Catastrophe Re: Proliferating LLVMsLouis Epstein
      `* Re: Catastrophe Re: Proliferating LLVMsSteven G. Kargl
       +- Re: Catastrophe Re: Proliferating LLVMsJohn D Groenveld
       `* Re: Catastrophe Re: Proliferating LLVMsLouis Epstein
        +* Re: Catastrophe Re: Proliferating LLVMsLouis Epstein
        |`* Still No X (Re: Catastrophe Re: Proliferating LLVMs)Louis Epstein
        | `* Re: Still No X (Re: Catastrophe Re: Proliferating LLVMs)Steven G. Kargl
        |  +* Re: Still No X (Re: Catastrophe Re: Proliferating LLVMs)John D Groenveld
        |  |`* Re: Still No X (Re: Catastrophe Re: Proliferating LLVMs)Steven G. Kargl
        |  | `* Re: Still No X (Re: Catastrophe Re: Proliferating LLVMs)John D Groenveld
        |  |  `* Re: Still No X (Re: Catastrophe Re: Proliferating LLVMs)Steven G. Kargl
        |  |   `* Re: Still No X (Re: Catastrophe Re: Proliferating LLVMs)John D Groenveld
        |  |    `- Re: Still No X (Re: Catastrophe Re: Proliferating LLVMs)John D Groenveld
        |  `* Re: Still No X (Re: Catastrophe Re: Proliferating LLVMs)Louis Epstein
        |   `- Re: Still No X (Re: Catastrophe Re: Proliferating LLVMs)Steven G. Kargl
        `- Re: Catastrophe Re: Proliferating LLVMsSteven G. Kargl

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Proliferating LLVMs

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From: le...@main.lekno.ws (Louis Epstein)
Newsgroups: comp.unix.bsd.freebsd.misc
Subject: Proliferating LLVMs
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 by: Louis Epstein - Fri, 16 Feb 2024 19:30 UTC

In my 13.2-p9 I have llvm12,llvm13,and llvm15@default
installed,and apparently there are versions out to llvm18
in the ports collection along with an llvm-devel.

Is it possible to standardize on one at a time or do
individual ports dependences require different
versions?

When (in my trailing-edge policy) I eventually move
from an EOL 13.4 to 14.2 will the older LLVMs stop
working or being needed?

-=-=-
The World Trade Center towers MUST rise again,
at least as tall as before...or terror has triumphed.

Re: Proliferating LLVMs

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From: nad...@mips.inka.de (Christian Weisgerber)
Newsgroups: comp.unix.bsd.freebsd.misc
Subject: Re: Proliferating LLVMs
Date: Fri, 16 Feb 2024 20:42:22 -0000 (UTC)
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 by: Christian Weisgerber - Fri, 16 Feb 2024 20:42 UTC

On 2024-02-16, Louis Epstein <le@main.lekno.ws> wrote:

> In my 13.2-p9 I have llvm12,llvm13,and llvm15@default
> installed,and apparently there are versions out to llvm18
> in the ports collection along with an llvm-devel.

Do you build from ports or do you install packages?

> Is it possible to standardize on one at a time or do
> individual ports dependences require different
> versions?

Certain ports are tied to specific versions from time to time. This
keeps changing. I'm on 14.0-STABLE with llvm17 as the base system
compiler, and I only have an additional llvm15 installed, which was
still required for building firefox the last time I checked.

Over time, there's a tendency to accumulate llvm versions on your
system that aren't actually used for anything any longer.

--
Christian "naddy" Weisgerber naddy@mips.inka.de

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From: le...@main.lekno.ws (Louis Epstein)
Newsgroups: comp.unix.bsd.freebsd.misc
Subject: Re: Proliferating LLVMs
Date: Mon, 19 Feb 2024 09:42:35 -0000 (UTC)
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 by: Louis Epstein - Mon, 19 Feb 2024 09:42 UTC

Christian Weisgerber <naddy@mips.inka.de> wrote:
> On 2024-02-16, Louis Epstein <le@main.lekno.ws> wrote:
>
>> In my 13.2-p9 I have llvm12,llvm13,and llvm15@default
>> installed,and apparently there are versions out to llvm18
>> in the ports collection along with an llvm-devel.
>
> Do you build from ports or do you install packages?

Initial install usually from ports and subsequent
maintenance by synth and pkg upgrade with the synth
repository.
>> Is it possible to standardize on one at a time or do
>> individual ports dependences require different
>> versions?
>
> Certain ports are tied to specific versions from time to time. This
> keeps changing. I'm on 14.0-STABLE with llvm17 as the base system
> compiler, and I only have an additional llvm15 installed, which was
> still required for building firefox the last time I checked.
>
> Over time, there's a tendency to accumulate llvm versions on your
> system that aren't actually used for anything any longer.

Hm,looks like llvm12 is now gone.
I have llvm13-13.0.1_7 and llvm15-15.0.7_10 in place.

I have upgraded the base OS to 13.2-RELEASE-p10.

Would llvm versions past 15 work?

-=-=-
The World Trade Center towers MUST rise again,
at least as tall as before...or terror has triumphed.

Re: Proliferating LLVMs

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From: nad...@mips.inka.de (Christian Weisgerber)
Newsgroups: comp.unix.bsd.freebsd.misc
Subject: Re: Proliferating LLVMs
Date: Mon, 19 Feb 2024 11:59:49 -0000 (UTC)
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 by: Christian Weisgerber - Mon, 19 Feb 2024 11:59 UTC

On 2024-02-19, Louis Epstein <le@main.lekno.ws> wrote:

>> Over time, there's a tendency to accumulate llvm versions on your
>> system that aren't actually used for anything any longer.
>
> Hm,looks like llvm12 is now gone.
> I have llvm13-13.0.1_7 and llvm15-15.0.7_10 in place.

My low-effort approach is this: When I see that the llvm ports will
be rebuilt anyway, I deinstall them. The ones actually required
as dependencies will come back, at no extra compile cost.

> I have upgraded the base OS to 13.2-RELEASE-p10.
>
> Would llvm versions past 15 work?

Work for what?
If a certain port has a fixed dependency on a particular llvm version
then having newer llvm versions installed doesn't affect this. For
instance, Firefox and Mesa require llvm15 at the moment.

Grepping for LLVM_VERSION over the ports tree shows that for all
llvm versions from 11 to 16, there's at least one port that wants
this particular version.

--
Christian "naddy" Weisgerber naddy@mips.inka.de

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Newsgroups: comp.unix.bsd.freebsd.misc
Subject: Re: Proliferating LLVMs
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 by: Louis Epstein - Mon, 19 Feb 2024 17:28 UTC

Christian Weisgerber <naddy@mips.inka.de> wrote:
> On 2024-02-19, Louis Epstein <le@main.lekno.ws> wrote:
>
>>> Over time, there's a tendency to accumulate llvm versions on your
>>> system that aren't actually used for anything any longer.
>>
>> Hm,looks like llvm12 is now gone.
>> I have llvm13-13.0.1_7 and llvm15-15.0.7_10 in place.
>
> My low-effort approach is this: When I see that the llvm ports will
> be rebuilt anyway, I deinstall them. The ones actually required
> as dependencies will come back, at no extra compile cost.
>
>> I have upgraded the base OS to 13.2-RELEASE-p10.
>>
>> Would llvm versions past 15 work?
>
> Work for what?
> If a certain port has a fixed dependency on a particular llvm version
> then having newer llvm versions installed doesn't affect this. For
> instance, Firefox and Mesa require llvm15 at the moment.

I have them running,I assume at some point they switched to it
from llvm13.

> Grepping for LLVM_VERSION over the ports tree shows that for all
> llvm versions from 11 to 16, there's at least one port that wants
> this particular version.

I suppose nothing I have installed wants 16,or 16 would be added.

Well,last night I tried deleting llvm12 and got back a message
indicating that it wasn't there (normally I'd get a message
indicating what would be deleted along with it,if I recall
previous attempts correctly).

....and when I next launched X,I found it failed via segmentation
fault when I tried launching Seamonkey (I run Seamonkey,which is
no longer in the ports tree to my annoyance,for legacy reasons).
And I tried putting llvm12 back but now X won't launch at all
(first fails pointed to xorg.3.log and recent to xorg.0.log).

I can't think of anything else I did that would have made X
stop working but I'm doing a new synth prepare-system,will
see what results.

-=-=-
The World Trade Center towers MUST rise again,
at least as tall as before...or terror has triumphed.

Re: Proliferating LLVMs

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Newsgroups: comp.unix.bsd.freebsd.misc
Subject: Re: Proliferating LLVMs
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 by: Louis Epstein - Mon, 11 Mar 2024 02:49 UTC

Louis Epstein <le@main.lekno.ws> wrote:
> Christian Weisgerber <naddy@mips.inka.de> wrote:
>> On 2024-02-19, Louis Epstein <le@main.lekno.ws> wrote:
>>
>>>> Over time, there's a tendency to accumulate llvm versions on your
>>>> system that aren't actually used for anything any longer.
>>>
>>> Hm,looks like llvm12 is now gone.
>>> I have llvm13-13.0.1_7 and llvm15-15.0.7_10 in place.
>>
>> My low-effort approach is this: When I see that the llvm ports will
>> be rebuilt anyway, I deinstall them. The ones actually required
>> as dependencies will come back, at no extra compile cost.
>>
>>> I have upgraded the base OS to 13.2-RELEASE-p10.
>>>
>>> Would llvm versions past 15 work?
>>
>> Work for what?
>> If a certain port has a fixed dependency on a particular llvm version
>> then having newer llvm versions installed doesn't affect this. For
>> instance, Firefox and Mesa require llvm15 at the moment.
>
> I have them running,I assume at some point they switched to it
> from llvm13.

I've just been doing a long synth run that has had llvm12,
llvm13,
and llvm15@default building in parallel.

I noted that when llvm12 finished,
openjdk11 started (not having started before
despite open build channels).
When llvm15@default finished,
mesa-libs,
qt6-tools,
and firefox started.

At this writing llvm13 is still building.
>> Grepping for LLVM_VERSION over the ports tree shows that for all
>> llvm versions from 11 to 16, there's at least one port that wants
>> this particular version.
>
> I suppose nothing I have installed wants 16,or 16 would be added.

I see that 13.3-RELEASE adds 17,
so will this solve problems
when I upgrade from 13.2 or make
them more complicated?
>
> Well,last night I tried deleting llvm12 and got back a message
> indicating that it wasn't there (normally I'd get a message
> indicating what would be deleted along with it,if I recall
> previous attempts correctly).
>
> ...and when I next launched X,I found it failed via segmentation
> fault when I tried launching Seamonkey (I run Seamonkey,which is
> no longer in the ports tree to my annoyance,for legacy reasons).
> And I tried putting llvm12 back but now X won't launch at all
> (first fails pointed to xorg.3.log and recent to xorg.0.log).
>
> I can't think of anything else I did that would have made X
> stop working but I'm doing a new synth prepare-system,will
> see what results.

This has still not resolved...I can not launch seamonkey or firefox
without fvwm crashing if it even starts in the first place.

> -=-=-
> The World Trade Center towers MUST rise again,
> at least as tall as before...or terror has triumphed.

Catastrophe Re: Proliferating LLVMs

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 by: Louis Epstein - Wed, 13 Mar 2024 00:37 UTC

Louis Epstein <le@main.lekno.ws> wrote:
> Louis Epstein <le@main.lekno.ws> wrote:
>> Christian Weisgerber <naddy@mips.inka.de> wrote:
>>> On 2024-02-19, Louis Epstein <le@main.lekno.ws> wrote:
>>>
>>>>> Over time, there's a tendency to accumulate llvm versions on your
>>>>> system that aren't actually used for anything any longer.
>>>>
>>>> Hm,looks like llvm12 is now gone.
>>>> I have llvm13-13.0.1_7 and llvm15-15.0.7_10 in place.
>>>
>>> My low-effort approach is this: When I see that the llvm ports will
>>> be rebuilt anyway, I deinstall them. The ones actually required
>>> as dependencies will come back, at no extra compile cost.
>>>
>>>> I have upgraded the base OS to 13.2-RELEASE-p10.
>>>>
>>>> Would llvm versions past 15 work?
>>>
>>> Work for what?
>>> If a certain port has a fixed dependency on a particular llvm version
>>> then having newer llvm versions installed doesn't affect this. For
>>> instance, Firefox and Mesa require llvm15 at the moment.
>>
>> I have them running,I assume at some point they switched to it
>> from llvm13.
>
> I've just been doing a long synth run that has had llvm12,
> llvm13,
> and llvm15@default building in parallel.
>
> I noted that when llvm12 finished,
> openjdk11 started (not having started before
> despite open build channels).
> When llvm15@default finished,
> mesa-libs,
> qt6-tools,
> and firefox started.
>
> At this writing llvm13 is still building.
>
>>> Grepping for LLVM_VERSION over the ports tree shows that for all
>>> llvm versions from 11 to 16, there's at least one port that wants
>>> this particular version.
>>
>> I suppose nothing I have installed wants 16,or 16 would be added.
>
> I see that 13.3-RELEASE adds 17,
> so will this solve problems
> when I upgrade from 13.2 or make
> them more complicated?

My FTP upgrade from 13.2 to 13.3
has unexpectedly crashed everything
(here I am posting from a backup account
from an Ubuntu partition).

I can boot single-user on the SSD but
any attempt to go multi-user produces
a crash on a kldload process.

The messages with regard to the page panic
include a kdb backtrace listing
vpanic
panic
trap_fatal
trap_pfault
calltrap
ttm_bo_validate
ttm_bo_init_reserved
ttm_bo_init
radeon_bo_create
radeon_ttm_init
si_init
radeon_device_init
radeon_driver_load_kms
drm_dev_register
radeon_pci_probe
linux_pci_attach_device
device_attach

and it hits around kernel module loading time after the uhubs.

Any idea if there's a way to get a working 13.3 install without
destroying the existing accounts and so forth?

(I backed up a lot of the SSD's key partitions to an HDD but
rebuilding is quite a chore.The DVDs don't seem usable for
upgrading an existing FreeBSD installation,only for making
new ones?)

>>
>> Well,last night I tried deleting llvm12 and got back a message
>> indicating that it wasn't there (normally I'd get a message
>> indicating what would be deleted along with it,if I recall
>> previous attempts correctly).
>>
>> ...and when I next launched X,I found it failed via segmentation
>> fault when I tried launching Seamonkey (I run Seamonkey,which is
>> no longer in the ports tree to my annoyance,for legacy reasons).
>> And I tried putting llvm12 back but now X won't launch at all
>> (first fails pointed to xorg.3.log and recent to xorg.0.log).
>>
>> I can't think of anything else I did that would have made X
>> stop working but I'm doing a new synth prepare-system,will
>> see what results.
>
> This has still not resolved...I can not launch seamonkey or firefox
> without fvwm crashing if it even starts in the first place.
>
>> -=-=-
>> The World Trade Center towers MUST rise again,
>> at least as tall as before...or terror has triumphed.

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 by: Steven G. Kargl - Wed, 13 Mar 2024 01:21 UTC

On Wed, 13 Mar 2024 00:37:39 +0000, Louis Epstein wrote:

> Louis Epstein <le@main.lekno.ws> wrote:
>
> My FTP upgrade from 13.2 to 13.3
> has unexpectedly crashed everything
> (here I am posting from a backup account
> from an Ubuntu partition).
>
> I can boot single-user on the SSD but
> any attempt to go multi-user produces
> a crash on a kldload process.
>
> The messages with regard to the page panic
> include a kdb backtrace listing
> vpanic
> panic
> trap_fatal
> trap_pfault
> calltrap
> ttm_bo_validate
> ttm_bo_init_reserved
> ttm_bo_init
> radeon_bo_create
> radeon_ttm_init
> si_init
> radeon_device_init
> radeon_driver_load_kms
> drm_dev_register
> radeon_pci_probe
> linux_pci_attach_device
> device_attach
>
> and it hits around kernel module loading time after the uhubs.
>
> Any idea if there's a way to get a working 13.3 install without
> destroying the existing accounts and so forth?
>
> (I backed up a lot of the SSD's key partitions to an HDD but
> rebuilding is quite a chore.The DVDs don't seem usable for
> upgrading an existing FreeBSD installation,only for making
> new ones?)

Boot to single-user mode (2 in the boot menu). When you
get to the root# prompt.

For UFS2 system, do

# fsck -y
# fsck -y

I don't use ZFS, so don't know if the above matters.

# mount -a
# vi /etc/rc.conf
<comment out kld_list="radeaon_yada" line>
# sync
# exit

You should end up in a console, i.e., no X11 window.
Log in as root.

Assuming you have a populated /usr/ports,

% pkg info | grep kmod
drm-515-kmod-5.15.118_3
gpu-firmware-amd-kmod
....
gpu-firmware-radeon-kmod-verde
% portmaster -Byd drm-515-kmod
% portmaster -Byd gpu-firmware\*
% vi /etc/rc.conf
<uncomment out kld_list="radeaon_yada" line>
% sync
% shutdown -r now

--
steve

Re: Catastrophe Re: Proliferating LLVMs

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In article <usqv3d$jgi0$1@dont-email.me>,
Steven G. Kargl <sgk@REMOVEtroutmask.apl.washington.edu> wrote:
>Boot to single-user mode (2 in the boot menu). When you
>get to the root# prompt.
>
>For UFS2 system, do
>
># fsck -y
># fsck -y
>
>I don't use ZFS, so don't know if the above matters.
>
># mount -a

With ZFS:
# mount -u /

Then the OP can edit rc.conf and disable the kernel module broken
by the kernel update.
John
groenveld@acm.org

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 by: Louis Epstein - Wed, 13 Mar 2024 21:17 UTC

Steven G. Kargl <sgk@removetroutmask.apl.washington.edu> wrote:
> On Wed, 13 Mar 2024 00:37:39 +0000, Louis Epstein wrote:
>
>> Louis Epstein <le@main.lekno.ws> wrote:
>>
>> My FTP upgrade from 13.2 to 13.3
>> has unexpectedly crashed everything
>> (here I am posting from a backup account
>> from an Ubuntu partition).
>>
>> I can boot single-user on the SSD but
>> any attempt to go multi-user produces
>> a crash on a kldload process.
>>
>> The messages with regard to the page panic
>> include a kdb backtrace listing
>> vpanic
>> panic
>> trap_fatal
>> trap_pfault
>> calltrap
>> ttm_bo_validate
>> ttm_bo_init_reserved
>> ttm_bo_init
>> radeon_bo_create
>> radeon_ttm_init
>> si_init
>> radeon_device_init
>> radeon_driver_load_kms
>> drm_dev_register
>> radeon_pci_probe
>> linux_pci_attach_device
>> device_attach
>>
>> and it hits around kernel module loading time after the uhubs.
>>
>> Any idea if there's a way to get a working 13.3 install without
>> destroying the existing accounts and so forth?
>>
>> (I backed up a lot of the SSD's key partitions to an HDD but
>> rebuilding is quite a chore.The DVDs don't seem usable for
>> upgrading an existing FreeBSD installation,only for making
>> new ones?)
>
> Boot to single-user mode (2 in the boot menu). When you
> get to the root# prompt.
>
> For UFS2 system, do
>
> # fsck -y
> # fsck -y
>
> I don't use ZFS, so don't know if the above matters.
>
> # mount -a
> # vi /etc/rc.conf
> <comment out kld_list="radeaon_yada" line>
> # sync
> # exit
>
> You should end up in a console, i.e., no X11 window.
> Log in as root.
>
> Assuming you have a populated /usr/ports,
>
> % pkg info | grep kmod
> drm-515-kmod-5.15.118_3

what's on my system is
drm-510-kmod-5.10.163_9
and
drm-kmod-20220907_2

> gpu-firmware-amd-kmod
> ...
> gpu-firmware-radeon-kmod-verde
> % portmaster -Byd drm-515-kmod
> % portmaster -Byd gpu-firmware\*
> % vi /etc/rc.conf
> <uncomment out kld_list="radeaon_yada" line>
> % sync
> % shutdown -r now
>

The fix appears to have worked,BUT
I have not received a prompt to recompile
all applications that the freebsd.org
instructions for a binary upgrade indicated
would happen at this stage.

I normally upgrade applications via

git -C /usr/ports pull [updating ports collection]
synth status [checking what's needed at the moment]
synth prepare-system [updating available packages]
pkg upgrade -r Synth [installing the new stuff]

and have done none of these since updating the OS except
for a synth status that tells me nothing needs upgrades
and 13 that wanted rebuilds or replacements
before the OS upgrade still do.

Do I have to trigger the rebuild somehow or can I update
the ports collection without screwing up?

-=-=-
The World Trade Center towers MUST rise again,
at least as tall as before...or terror has triumphed.

Re: Catastrophe Re: Proliferating LLVMs

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 by: Louis Epstein - Wed, 13 Mar 2024 22:02 UTC

Louis Epstein <le@main.lekno.ws> wrote:
> Steven G. Kargl <sgk@removetroutmask.apl.washington.edu> wrote:
>> On Wed, 13 Mar 2024 00:37:39 +0000, Louis Epstein wrote:
>>
>>> Louis Epstein <le@main.lekno.ws> wrote:
>>>
>>> My FTP upgrade from 13.2 to 13.3
>>> has unexpectedly crashed everything
>>> (here I am posting from a backup account
>>> from an Ubuntu partition).
>>>
>>> I can boot single-user on the SSD but
>>> any attempt to go multi-user produces
>>> a crash on a kldload process.
>>>
>>> The messages with regard to the page panic
>>> include a kdb backtrace listing
>>> vpanic
>>> panic
>>> trap_fatal
>>> trap_pfault
>>> calltrap
>>> ttm_bo_validate
>>> ttm_bo_init_reserved
>>> ttm_bo_init
>>> radeon_bo_create
>>> radeon_ttm_init
>>> si_init
>>> radeon_device_init
>>> radeon_driver_load_kms
>>> drm_dev_register
>>> radeon_pci_probe
>>> linux_pci_attach_device
>>> device_attach
>>>
>>> and it hits around kernel module loading time after the uhubs.
>>>
>>> Any idea if there's a way to get a working 13.3 install without
>>> destroying the existing accounts and so forth?
>>>
>>> (I backed up a lot of the SSD's key partitions to an HDD but
>>> rebuilding is quite a chore.The DVDs don't seem usable for
>>> upgrading an existing FreeBSD installation,only for making
>>> new ones?)
>>
>> Boot to single-user mode (2 in the boot menu). When you
>> get to the root# prompt.
>>
>> For UFS2 system, do
>>
>> # fsck -y
>> # fsck -y
>>
>> I don't use ZFS, so don't know if the above matters.
>>
>> # mount -a
>> # vi /etc/rc.conf
>> <comment out kld_list="radeaon_yada" line>
>> # sync
>> # exit
>>
>> You should end up in a console, i.e., no X11 window.
>> Log in as root.
>>
>> Assuming you have a populated /usr/ports,
>>
>> % pkg info | grep kmod
>> drm-515-kmod-5.15.118_3
>
> what's on my system is
> drm-510-kmod-5.10.163_9

....and I see that 515 is for 14.x
and as noted I just installed 13.3.

> and
> drm-kmod-20220907_2
>
>> gpu-firmware-amd-kmod
>> ...
>> gpu-firmware-radeon-kmod-verde
>> % portmaster -Byd drm-515-kmod
>> % portmaster -Byd gpu-firmware\*
>> % vi /etc/rc.conf
>> <uncomment out kld_list="radeaon_yada" line>
>> % sync
>> % shutdown -r now
>>
>
> The fix appears to have worked,BUT
> I have not received a prompt to recompile
> all applications that the freebsd.org
> instructions for a binary upgrade indicated
> would happen at this stage.

On closer examination this was optional...

> I normally upgrade applications via
>
> git -C /usr/ports pull [updating ports collection]
> synth status [checking what's needed at the moment]
> synth prepare-system [updating available packages]
> pkg upgrade -r Synth [installing the new stuff]
>
> and have done none of these since updating the OS except
> for a synth status that tells me nothing needs upgrades
> and 13 that wanted rebuilds or replacements
> before the OS upgrade still do.
>
> Do I have to trigger the rebuild somehow or can I update
> the ports collection without screwing up?

....I've pulled in the new ports and am indexing...

....in any case my failure to launch X successfully
since the flirtation with removing llvm12 and putting
it back has NOT been solved by upgrading 13.2->3.

> -=-=-
> The World Trade Center towers MUST rise again,
> at least as tall as before...or terror has triumphed.

Re: Catastrophe Re: Proliferating LLVMs

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 by: Steven G. Kargl - Thu, 14 Mar 2024 01:46 UTC

On Wed, 13 Mar 2024 21:17:42 +0000, Louis Epstein wrote:

> Steven G. Kargl <sgk@removetroutmask.apl.washington.edu> wrote:
>>
>> Assuming you have a populated /usr/ports,
>>
>> % pkg info | grep kmod
>> drm-515-kmod-5.15.118_3
>
> what's on my system is
> drm-510-kmod-5.10.163_9
> and
> drm-kmod-20220907_2

The latter is likely a meta-port that tries
to select the right drm-XXX-kmod port.

>> gpu-firmware-amd-kmod
>> ...
>> gpu-firmware-radeon-kmod-verde
>> % portmaster -Byd drm-515-kmod
>> % portmaster -Byd gpu-firmware\*
>> % vi /etc/rc.conf
>> <uncomment out kld_list="radeaon_yada" line>
>> % sync
>> % shutdown -r now
>>
>
> The fix appears to have worked,BUT
> I have not received a prompt to recompile
> all applications that the freebsd.org
> instructions for a binary upgrade indicated
> would happen at this stage.

First rule of updating is that the kernel
and third-party modules must agree. This
means that drm-*-kmod needs to be recompiled
if you update your kernel.

> I normally upgrade applications via
>
> git -C /usr/ports pull [updating ports collection]
> synth status [checking what's needed at the moment]
> synth prepare-system [updating available packages]
> pkg upgrade -r Synth [installing the new stuff]
>
> and have done none of these since updating the OS except
> for a synth status that tells me nothing needs upgrades
> and 13 that wanted rebuilds or replacements
> before the OS upgrade still do.
>
> Do I have to trigger the rebuild somehow or can I update
> the ports collection without screwing up?

I know nothing about synth.

--
steve

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 by: Louis Epstein - Thu, 14 Mar 2024 14:19 UTC

Louis Epstein <le@main.lekno.ws> wrote:
>
> ...in any case my failure to launch X successfully
> since the flirtation with removing llvm12 and putting
> it back has NOT been solved by upgrading 13.2->3.

The problem started when I deleted LLVM12 and did not go
away when I reinstalled it...and deleting and reinstalling
xinit has made no difference.

Either nothing at all starts,
or it starts and aborts,
or the windows come up in the
window manager and either
attempting to launch an application
crashes it or the keyboard and mouse
are no longer able to make inputs
and I have to restart.

What needs to be redone to again
have a working X?


>> -=-=-
>> The World Trade Center towers MUST rise again,
>> at least as tall as before...or terror has triumphed.

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On Thu, 14 Mar 2024 14:19:04 +0000, Louis Epstein wrote:

> Louis Epstein <le@main.lekno.ws> wrote:
>>
>> ...in any case my failure to launch X successfully
>> since the flirtation with removing llvm12 and putting
>> it back has NOT been solved by upgrading 13.2->3.
>
> The problem started when I deleted LLVM12 and did not go
> away when I reinstalled it...and deleting and reinstalling
> xinit has made no difference.
>
> Either nothing at all starts,
> or it starts and aborts,
> or the windows come up in the
> window manager and either
> attempting to launch an application
> crashes it or the keyboard and mouse
> are no longer able to make inputs
> and I have to restart.
>
> What needs to be redone to again
> have a working X?

If I get in your situtation, I typically rebuild everything
from source. So, first created a backup, then do

% cd /usr/src
% git stash
% git pull -ff
% git stash pop
% rm -rf /usr/obj/*
% make -j8 buildworld <-- I have 8 cores.
% make -j8 buildkernel
% make installkernel
<reboot in single user>
% mount -a
% etcupdate -p
% cd /usr/src
% make installworld
% etcupdate -B
% make delete-old
% make delete-old-lib <-- Only if I want a very clean world
<reboot without X11, so remove kld_load in rc.conf>

Now, the ports.

% cd /usr/ports
% git stash
% git pull -ff
% git stash pop
% make fetchindex
% pkg info | awk '{ print $1}' > pkg.txt
% pkg delete -f <all installed ports>ports-mgmt/pkg
<Inspect /usr/local for leftover junk>

The last command might complain about deleting port ports-mgmt/pkg,
delete it anyway.

% cd /usr/ports/ports-mgmt/pkg
% make clean && make -j8 && make install && make clean
% cd /usr/ports/ports-mgmt/portmaster
% make clean && make -j8 && make install && make clean
% rehash
% portmaster -Byd graphics/drm-515-kmod
% portmaster -Byd graphics/gpu-firmware-radeon-kmod

Choose the one from pkg.txt or use graphics/drm-kmod. The latter
will grab whatever FreeBSD thinks is required for your hardware.
You can now restore kld_load in rc.conf and reboot.

% portmaster -Byd x11-wm/fvwm3 x11/xauth x11/xinit x11/xterm

This is sufficient for me to use startx to fireup a fvwm3

Now, iterate over pkg.txt to install other packages, e.g.,

% portmaster -Byd math/octave <-- This installs 200+ ports

--
steve

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 by: John D Groenveld - Thu, 14 Mar 2024 18:54 UTC

In article <usvdns$1oga4$1@dont-email.me>,
Steven G. Kargl <sgk@REMOVEtroutmask.apl.washington.edu> wrote:
>If I get in your situtation, I typically rebuild everything
>from source. So, first created a backup, then do

Forcibly reinstalling the packages might re-add whatever dependency
the OP broke by deleting LLVMs.

# pkg upgrade -f
John
groenveld@acm.org

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 by: Steven G. Kargl - Thu, 14 Mar 2024 19:19 UTC

On Thu, 14 Mar 2024 18:54:16 +0000, John D Groenveld wrote:

> In article <usvdns$1oga4$1@dont-email.me>,
> Steven G. Kargl <sgk@REMOVEtroutmask.apl.washington.edu> wrote:
>>If I get in your situtation, I typically rebuild everything
>>from source. So, first created a backup, then do
>
> Forcibly reinstalling the packages might re-add whatever dependency
> the OP broke by deleting LLVMs.
>
> # pkg upgrade -f

If one is rebuilding everything from ports, then one is
not dealing with the nightmare of dependencies from pre-built
packages (which may be out-of-sync given the dependency tree
and how the ports tree is managed) or from stale things in
a search path. There is also the possibility to tailor the
compiler options to match your hardware. Packages from a
repository are likely built to run a class of hardware,
which means reduced performance.

The other advantage of rebuilding everything from source
is that it is incremental. Install the bare minimum to get
a stable X11 window manager running, then add needed ports
while testing along the way. You'll find what is breaking
your setup.

--
steve

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 by: John D Groenveld - Thu, 14 Mar 2024 23:57 UTC

In article <usvik9$1pnnp$1@dont-email.me>,
Steven G. Kargl <sgk@REMOVEtroutmask.apl.washington.edu> wrote:
>If one is rebuilding everything from ports, then one is
>not dealing with the nightmare of dependencies from pre-built
>packages (which may be out-of-sync given the dependency tree
>and how the ports tree is managed) or from stale things in
>a search path. There is also the possibility to tailor the

pkg(8) can clean up outdated dependencies.
# pkg autoremove

John
groenveld@acm.org

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 by: Steven G. Kargl - Fri, 15 Mar 2024 03:20 UTC

On Thu, 14 Mar 2024 23:57:10 +0000, John D Groenveld wrote:

> In article <usvik9$1pnnp$1@dont-email.me>,
> Steven G. Kargl <sgk@REMOVEtroutmask.apl.washington.edu> wrote:
>>If one is rebuilding everything from ports, then one is
>>not dealing with the nightmare of dependencies from pre-built
>>packages (which may be out-of-sync given the dependency tree
>>and how the ports tree is managed) or from stale things in
>>a search path. There is also the possibility to tailor the
>
> pkg(8) can clean up outdated dependencies.
> # pkg autoremove
>

Yep. It works until it doesn't. The dependency
tree for some ports can be rather involved and
pkg seems to lose track of the entire tree or
the dependencies are never recorded. Things may
have improved. I used 'pkg autoremove' once, and
it led to a few broken ports because of missing
shared libraries.

If one is dealing with an unstable system as OP
as indicated. Started with a completely bare
/usr/local may be prudent.

--
steve

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 by: John D Groenveld - Fri, 15 Mar 2024 12:37 UTC

In article <ut0eqe$235g8$1@dont-email.me>,
Steven G. Kargl <sgk@REMOVEtroutmask.apl.washington.edu> wrote:
> Started with a completely bare
>/usr/local may be prudent.

# pkg delete $(pkg info|grep -v '^pkg-'|awk '{print $1}')

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groenveld@acm.org

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 by: Louis Epstein - Fri, 15 Mar 2024 14:46 UTC

Steven G. Kargl <sgk@removetroutmask.apl.washington.edu> wrote:
> On Thu, 14 Mar 2024 14:19:04 +0000, Louis Epstein wrote:
>
>> Louis Epstein <le@main.lekno.ws> wrote:
>>>
>>> ...in any case my failure to launch X successfully
>>> since the flirtation with removing llvm12 and putting
>>> it back has NOT been solved by upgrading 13.2->3.
>>
>> The problem started when I deleted LLVM12 and did not go
>> away when I reinstalled it...and deleting and reinstalling
>> xinit has made no difference.
>>
>> Either nothing at all starts,
>> or it starts and aborts,
>> or the windows come up in the
>> window manager and either
>> attempting to launch an application
>> crashes it or the keyboard and mouse
>> are no longer able to make inputs
>> and I have to restart.
>>
>> What needs to be redone to again
>> have a working X?
>
> If I get in your situtation, I typically rebuild everything
> from source. So, first created a backup, then do

What in toto needs to be backed up?
> % cd /usr/src
> % git stash
> % git pull -ff
> % git stash pop
> % rm -rf /usr/obj/*
> % make -j8 buildworld <-- I have 8 cores.
> % make -j8 buildkernel

I have a Core i7-3770K (4 cores 8 threads)

> % make installkernel
> <reboot in single user>
> % mount -a
> % etcupdate -p
> % cd /usr/src
> % make installworld
> % etcupdate -B
> % make delete-old
> % make delete-old-lib <-- Only if I want a very clean world
> <reboot without X11, so remove kld_load in rc.conf>
>
> Now, the ports.

FWIW my pkg info:

Imath-3.1.11 C++/Python lib of 2D/3D vector, matrix, math ops for computer graphics
aalib-1.4.r5_14 ASCII art library
abseil-20230125.3 Abseil Common Libraries (C++)
adacurses-20211021_1 Ada95 bindings for ncurses
adwaita-icon-theme-42.0 GNOME Symbolic Icons
alpine-2.26_1 Mail and news client descended from Pine
alsa-lib-1.2.10_1 ALSA compatibility library
alsa-plugins-1.2.7.1_3 ALSA compatibility library plugins
aom-3.8.1_1 AV1 reference encoder/decoder
apache24-2.4.58_2 Version 2.4.x of Apache web server
appres-1.0.5_1 Program to list application's resources
apr-1.7.3.1.6.3_1 Apache Portability Library
argp-standalone-1.5.0 Standalone version of arguments parsing functions from GLIBC
argyllcms-1.9.2_6 ICC compatible color management system
aspell-0.60.8.1_1,1 Spelling checker with better suggestion logic than ispell
aspell-ispell-0.60.8 Ispell compatibility script for aspell
at-spi2-core-2.50.1 Assistive Technology Service Provider Interface
autoconf-2.71_1 Generate configure scripts and related files
autoconf-switch-20220527 Wrapper script to switch between autoconf versions
autoconf2.13-2.13 Generate configure scripts and related files
automake-1.16.5_1 GNU Standards-compliant Makefile generator
avahi-app-0.8_2 Service discovery on a local network
bash-5.2.26_1 GNU Project's Bourne Again SHell
bdftopcf-1.1_3 Convert X font from BDF to PCF
bind-tools-9.18.24 Command line tools from BIND: delv, dig, host, nslookup...
bind916-9.16.48_1 BIND DNS suite with updated DNSSEC and DNS64
binutils-2.40_5,1 GNU binary tools
bison-3.8.2_1,1 Parser generator from FSF, (mostly) compatible with Yacc
bitmap-1.1.1 Bitmap editor and converter utilities for X
boehm-gc-8.2.6 Garbage collection and memory leak detection for C and C++
boehm-gc-threaded-8.2.6 Garbage collection and memory leak detection for C and C++
boost-jam-1.84.0 Build tool from the boost.org
boost-libs-1.84.0 Free portable C++ libraries (without Boost.Python)
brotli-1.1.0,1 Generic-purpose lossless compression algorithm
bsddialog-1.0.1 Text User Interface Widgets
bsdgames-0.75_2,2 Traditional BSD games taken mostly from DragonFly BSD
bsdisks-0.35 UDisks2 service implementation for FreeBSD
c-ares-1.27.0 Asynchronous DNS resolver library
ca_root_nss-3.93_2 Root certificate bundle from the Mozilla Project
cairo-1.17.4_2,3 Vector graphics library with cross-device output support
cmake-core-3.28.3 Cross-platform Makefile generator
cmake-doc-3.28.3 HTML and Qt Creator helpfiles for CMake
cmake-man-3.28.3 Manual pages for CMake
colord-1.4.7 Manage color profiles to accurately color input/output devices
consolekit2-1.2.6_3 Framework for defining and tracking users
crafty-25.2_1 Chess program for playing and analyzing games
cups-2.4.7_2 Common UNIX Printing System
curl-8.6.0 Command line tool and library for transferring data with URLs
dav1d-1.4.0 Small and fast AV1 decoder
db18-18.1.40 Oracle Berkeley DB, Release 18.1
db5-5.3.28_9 Oracle Berkeley DB, revision 5.3
dbus-1.14.10_4,1 Message bus system for inter-application communication
dbus-glib-0.112_1 GLib bindings for the D-BUS messaging system
dconf-0.40.0_4 Configuration database system for GNOME
dejavu-2.37_3 Bitstream Vera Fonts clone with a wider range of characters
desktop-file-utils-0.26_2 Couple of command line utilities for working with desktop entries
docbook-1.5 Meta-port for the different versions of the DocBook DTD
docbook-sgml-4.5_1 DocBook SGML DTD
docbook-xml-5.0_3 DocBook XML DTD
docbook-xsl-1.79.1_1,1 XSL DocBook stylesheets
docbook-xsl-ns-1.79.1 Namespace-aware DocBook XSLT stylesheets
docbook2mdoc-1.1.0_2 Convert DocBook refentry to mdoc
dotconf-1.3_1 Simple, powerful configuration-file parser
double-conversion-3.3.0 Binary-decimal and decimal-binary routines for IEEE doubles
doxygen-1.9.6_1,2 Documentation system for C, C++, and other languages
drm-510-kmod-5.10.163_9 DRM drivers modules
drm-kmod-20220907_2 Metaport of DRM modules for the linuxkpi-based KMS components
duktape-lib-2.7.0 Embeddable Javascript engine (shared lib)
egl-wayland-1.1.13 EGLStream-based Wayland external platform
elfutils-0.187_1 Library for manipulating ELF files and partial implementation of binutils
emacs-nox-29.2_1,3 GNU editing macros (No X flavor)
encodings-1.1.0,1 X.Org Encoding fonts
espeak-ng-1.51.1_5 Software speech synthesizer
etc_os-release-0.1_3 Operating system identification file
evdev-proto-5.8 Input event device header files
expat-2.6.1 XML 1.0 parser written in C
ffmpeg-6.1.1_4,1 Realtime audio/video encoder/converter and streaming server
ffmpeg4-4.4.4_11 Realtime audio/video encoder/converter and streaming server (legacy 4.* series)
fftw3-3.3.10_5 Fast C routines to compute the Discrete Fourier Transform
fftw3-float-3.3.10_5 Fast Discrete Fourier Transform (Single Precision C Routines)
firefox-123.0.1,2 Web browser based on the browser portion of Mozilla
flac-1.4.3_1,1 Free lossless audio codec
flite-2.1 Small run-time speech synthesis engine
fltk-1.3.9_1 Cross-platform C++ graphical user interface toolkit
font-adobe-100dpi-1.0.3_4 X.Org Adobe 100dpi font
font-adobe-75dpi-1.0.3_4 X.Org Adobe 75dpi font
font-adobe-utopia-100dpi-1.0.4_4 X.Org Adobe Utopia 100dpi font
font-adobe-utopia-75dpi-1.0.4_4 X.Org Adobe Utopia 75dpi font
font-adobe-utopia-type1-1.0.4_4 X.Org Adobe Utopia Type1 font
font-alias-1.0.4 X.Org Font aliases
font-arabic-misc-1.0.3_4 X.Org miscellaneous Arabic fonts
font-bh-100dpi-1.0.3_4 X.Org Bigelow Holmes 100dpi font
font-bh-75dpi-1.0.3_4 X.Org Bigelow Holmes 75dpi font
font-bh-lucidatypewriter-100dpi-1.0.3_4 X.Org Bigelow Holmes Lucida TypeWriter 100dpi font
font-bh-lucidatypewriter-75dpi-1.0.3_4 X.Org Bigelow Holmes Lucida TypeWriter 75dpi font
font-bh-ttf-1.0.3_5 X.Org Bigelow & Holmes TTF font
font-bh-type1-1.0.3_4 X.Org Bigelow Holmes Type1 font
font-bitstream-100dpi-1.0.3_4 X.Org Bitstream Vera 100dpi font
font-bitstream-75dpi-1.0.3_4 X.Org Bitstream Vera 75dpi font
font-bitstream-type1-1.0.3_4 X.Org Bitstream Vera Type1 font
font-cronyx-cyrillic-1.0.3_4 X.Org Cronyx Cyrillic font
font-cursor-misc-1.0.3_4 X.Org miscellaneous Cursor fonts
font-daewoo-misc-1.0.3_4 X.Org miscellaneous Daewoo fonts
font-dec-misc-1.0.3_4 X.Org miscellaneous Dec fonts
font-ibm-type1-1.0.3_4 X.Org IBM Type1 font
font-isas-misc-1.0.3_4 X.Org miscellaneous ISAS fonts
font-jis-misc-1.0.3_4 X.Org miscellaneous JIS fonts
font-micro-misc-1.0.3_4 X.Org miscellaneous Micro fonts
font-misc-cyrillic-1.0.3_4 X.Org miscellaneous Cyrillic font
font-misc-ethiopic-1.0.4 X.Org miscellaneous Ethiopic font
font-misc-meltho-1.0.3_5 X.Org miscellaneous Meltho font
font-misc-misc-1.1.2_4 X.Org miscellaneous Misc fonts
font-mutt-misc-1.0.3_4 X.Org miscellaneous Mutt fonts
font-schumacher-misc-1.1.2_4 X.Org miscellaneous Schumacher fonts
font-screen-cyrillic-1.0.4_4 X.Org Screen Cyrillic font
font-sony-misc-1.0.3_4 X.Org miscellaneous Sony fonts
font-sun-misc-1.0.3_4 X.Org miscellaneous Sun fonts
font-util-1.3.2_1 Create an index of X font files in a directory
font-winitzki-cyrillic-1.0.3_4 X.Org Winitzki Cyrillic font
font-xfree86-type1-1.0.4_4 X.Org XFree86 Type1 font
fontconfig-2.15.0_2,1 XML-based font configuration API for X Windows
freetype2-2.13.2 Free and portable TrueType font rendering engine
fribidi-1.0.13_1 Free Implementation of the Unicode Bidirectional Algorithm
fstrm-0.6.1_1 Implementation of the Frame Streams data transport protocol in C
fvwm-2.6.9_3 Popular virtual window manager for X
gcc6-aux-20180516_3,1 Version of GCC 6 with full Ada support
gconf2-3.2.6_10 Configuration database system for GNOME
gdb-14.1_2 GNU Project Debugger
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gettext-tools-0.22.3_1 GNU gettext development and translation tools
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giflib-5.2.1_1 Tools and library routines for working with GIF images
git-2.44.0 Distributed source code management tool
glib-2.78.4,2 Some useful routines of C programming (current stable version)
gmake-4.4.1 GNU version of 'make' utility
gmp-6.3.0 Free library for arbitrary precision arithmetic
gmp-api-114.2 Gecko Media Plugins API extracted from Firefox
gnome_subr-1.0 Common startup and shutdown subroutines used by GNOME scripts
gnupg-2.4.4 Complete and free PGP implementation
gnutls-3.7.10_2 GNU Transport Layer Security library
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gpgme-qt5-1.23.2 Gpgme Qt5 bindings
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gpu-firmware-amd-kmod-green-sardine-20230625_2 Firmware modules for green_sardine AMD GPUs
gpu-firmware-amd-kmod-hainan-20230625_2 Firmware modules for hainan AMD GPUs
gpu-firmware-amd-kmod-hawaii-20230625_2 Firmware modules for hawaii AMD GPUs
gpu-firmware-amd-kmod-kabini-20230625_2 Firmware modules for kabini AMD GPUs
gpu-firmware-amd-kmod-kaveri-20230625_2 Firmware modules for kaveri AMD GPUs
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gpu-firmware-amd-kmod-vega20-20230625_2 Firmware modules for vega20 AMD GPUs
gpu-firmware-amd-kmod-vegam-20230625_2 Firmware modules for vegam AMD GPUs
gpu-firmware-amd-kmod-verde-20230625_2 Firmware modules for verde AMD GPUs
gpu-firmware-amd-kmod-yellow-carp-20230625_2 Firmware modules for yellow_carp AMD GPUs
gpu-firmware-intel-kmod-alderlake-20230625 Firmware modules for alderlake Intel GPUs
gpu-firmware-intel-kmod-broxton-20230625 Firmware modules for broxton Intel GPUs
gpu-firmware-intel-kmod-cannonlake-20230625 Firmware modules for cannonlake Intel GPUs
gpu-firmware-intel-kmod-dg1-20230625 Firmware modules for dg1 Intel GPUs
gpu-firmware-intel-kmod-elkhartlake-20230625 Firmware modules for elkhartlake Intel GPUs
gpu-firmware-intel-kmod-geminilake-20230625 Firmware modules for geminilake Intel GPUs
gpu-firmware-intel-kmod-icelake-20230625 Firmware modules for icelake Intel GPUs
gpu-firmware-intel-kmod-kabylake-20230625 Firmware modules for kabylake Intel GPUs
gpu-firmware-intel-kmod-rocketlake-20230625 Firmware modules for rocketlake Intel GPUs
gpu-firmware-intel-kmod-skylake-20230625 Firmware modules for skylake Intel GPUs
gpu-firmware-intel-kmod-tigerlake-20230625 Firmware modules for tigerlake Intel GPUs
gpu-firmware-kmod-20230210_1,1 Firmware modules for the drm-kmod drivers
gpu-firmware-radeon-kmod-aruba-20220511 Firmware modules for aruba Radeon GPUs
gpu-firmware-radeon-kmod-barts-20220511 Firmware modules for barts Radeon GPUs
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gpu-firmware-radeon-kmod-btc-20220511 Firmware modules for btc Radeon GPUs
gpu-firmware-radeon-kmod-caicos-20220511 Firmware modules for caicos Radeon GPUs
gpu-firmware-radeon-kmod-cayman-20220511 Firmware modules for cayman Radeon GPUs
gpu-firmware-radeon-kmod-cedar-20220511 Firmware modules for cedar Radeon GPUs
gpu-firmware-radeon-kmod-cypress-20220511 Firmware modules for cypress Radeon GPUs
gpu-firmware-radeon-kmod-hainan-20220511 Firmware modules for hainan Radeon GPUs
gpu-firmware-radeon-kmod-hawaii-20220511 Firmware modules for hawaii Radeon GPUs
gpu-firmware-radeon-kmod-juniper-20220511 Firmware modules for juniper Radeon GPUs
gpu-firmware-radeon-kmod-kabini-20220511 Firmware modules for kabini Radeon GPUs
gpu-firmware-radeon-kmod-kaveri-20220511 Firmware modules for kaveri Radeon GPUs
gpu-firmware-radeon-kmod-mullins-20220511 Firmware modules for mullins Radeon GPUs
gpu-firmware-radeon-kmod-oland-20220511 Firmware modules for oland Radeon GPUs
gpu-firmware-radeon-kmod-palm-20220511 Firmware modules for palm Radeon GPUs
gpu-firmware-radeon-kmod-pitcairn-20220511 Firmware modules for pitcairn Radeon GPUs
gpu-firmware-radeon-kmod-r100-20220511 Firmware modules for r100 Radeon GPUs
gpu-firmware-radeon-kmod-r200-20220511 Firmware modules for r200 Radeon GPUs
gpu-firmware-radeon-kmod-r300-20220511 Firmware modules for r300 Radeon GPUs
gpu-firmware-radeon-kmod-r420-20220511 Firmware modules for r420 Radeon GPUs
gpu-firmware-radeon-kmod-r520-20220511 Firmware modules for r520 Radeon GPUs
gpu-firmware-radeon-kmod-r600-20220511 Firmware modules for r600 Radeon GPUs
gpu-firmware-radeon-kmod-r700-20220511 Firmware modules for r700 Radeon GPUs
gpu-firmware-radeon-kmod-redwood-20220511 Firmware modules for redwood Radeon GPUs
gpu-firmware-radeon-kmod-rs600-20220511 Firmware modules for rs600 Radeon GPUs
gpu-firmware-radeon-kmod-rs690-20220511 Firmware modules for rs690 Radeon GPUs
gpu-firmware-radeon-kmod-rs780-20220511 Firmware modules for rs780 Radeon GPUs
gpu-firmware-radeon-kmod-rv610-20220511 Firmware modules for rv610 Radeon GPUs
gpu-firmware-radeon-kmod-rv620-20220511 Firmware modules for rv620 Radeon GPUs
gpu-firmware-radeon-kmod-rv630-20220511 Firmware modules for rv630 Radeon GPUs
gpu-firmware-radeon-kmod-rv635-20220511 Firmware modules for rv635 Radeon GPUs
gpu-firmware-radeon-kmod-rv670-20220511 Firmware modules for rv670 Radeon GPUs
gpu-firmware-radeon-kmod-rv710-20220511 Firmware modules for rv710 Radeon GPUs
gpu-firmware-radeon-kmod-rv730-20220511 Firmware modules for rv730 Radeon GPUs
gpu-firmware-radeon-kmod-rv740-20220511 Firmware modules for rv740 Radeon GPUs
gpu-firmware-radeon-kmod-rv770-20220511 Firmware modules for rv770 Radeon GPUs
gpu-firmware-radeon-kmod-sumo-20220511 Firmware modules for sumo Radeon GPUs
gpu-firmware-radeon-kmod-sumo2-20220511 Firmware modules for sumo2 Radeon GPUs
gpu-firmware-radeon-kmod-tahiti-20220511 Firmware modules for tahiti Radeon GPUs
gpu-firmware-radeon-kmod-turks-20220511 Firmware modules for turks Radeon GPUs
gpu-firmware-radeon-kmod-verde-20220511 Firmware modules for verde Radeon GPUs
graphite2-1.3.14 Rendering capabilities for complex non-Roman writing systems
graphviz-9.0.0_3 Graph Visualization Software from AT&T and Bell Labs
gsettings-desktop-schemas-42.0 Collection of globally shared GSetting schemas
gstreamer1-1.22.10 Media applications framework
gstreamer1-libav-1.22.10 GStreamer plug-in with many audio/video decoders/encoders
gstreamer1-plugins-1.22.10 GStreamer written collection of plugins handling several media types
gstreamer1-plugins-a52dec-1.22.10 GStreamer ATSC A/52 stream aka AC-3 (dvd audio) plugin
gstreamer1-plugins-dvdread-1.22.10 GStreamer DVD access plugin with libdvdread
gstreamer1-plugins-good-1.22.10 GStreamer-plugins good-quality plug-ins
gstreamer1-plugins-mpg123-1.22.10 GStreamer MPEG Layer 1, 2, and 3 plugin
gstreamer1-plugins-ogg-1.22.10 GStreamer Ogg bitstream plugin
gstreamer1-plugins-pango-1.22.10 GStreamer pango textoverlay plugin
gstreamer1-plugins-png-1.22.10 GStreamer png plugin
gstreamer1-plugins-theora-1.22.10 GStreamer theora plugin
gstreamer1-plugins-ugly-1.22.10 GStreamer-plugins set of good-quality plug-ins that might have distribution problems
gstreamer1-plugins-vorbis-1.22.10 GStreamer vorbis encoder/decoder plugin
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gtk-update-icon-cache-3.24.31_1 Gtk-update-icon-cache utility from the Gtk+ toolkit
gtk3-3.24.41 Gimp Toolkit for X11 GUI (current stable version)
harfbuzz-8.3.0 OpenType text shaping engine
harfbuzz-icu-8.3.0_1 Harfbuzz ICU support
hicolor-icon-theme-0.17 High-color icon theme shell from the FreeDesktop project
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html2text-2.2.3,1 Converts HTML documents into plain text
http-parser-2.9.4 HTTP request/response parser written in C
hunspell-1.7.2_1 Improved spell-checker for Hungarian and other languages
hwdata-0.379,1 Database of IDs used in PCI, PNP and USB devices
hyphen-2.8.8 Library for high quality hyphenation and justification
iceauth-1.0.8_3 ICE authority file utility for X
icu-74.2,1 International Components for Unicode (from IBM)
icu-le-hb-1.2.3_3 ICU Layout Engine API on top of HarfBuzz shaping library
icu-lx-74.2 ICU Paragraph Layout API
indexinfo-0.3.1 Utility to regenerate the GNU info page index
ini_file_manager-03_4 Ini configuration file reader and manipulator package for Ada
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iso-codes-4.15.0 Lists of the country, language, and currency iso names
iso8879-1986_3 Character entity sets from ISO 8879:1986 (SGML)
itstool-2.0.7_1 Make XML documents translatable through po files
jackit-1.9.22_2 Low latency audio server
jansson-2.14 C library for encoding, decoding, and manipulating JSON data
javavmwrapper-2.7.10 Wrapper script for various Java Virtual Machines
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jbigkit-2.1_2 Lossless compression for bi-level images such as scanned pages, faxes
jpeg-turbo-3.0.2 SIMD-accelerated JPEG codec which replaces libjpeg
json-c-0.17 JSON (JavaScript Object Notation) implementation in C
jsoncpp-1.9.5 JSON reader and writer library for C++
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kf5-kactivities-5.115.0 KF5 runtime and library to organize work in separate activities
kf5-karchive-5.115.0 KF5 library that provides classes for handling archive formats
kf5-kauth-5.115.0 KF5 abstraction to system policy and authentication features
kf5-kcodecs-5.115.0 KF5 library for string manipulation
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kf5-kconfig-5.115.0 KF5 widgets for configuration dialogs
kf5-kconfigwidgets-5.115.0_1 KF5 widgets for configuration dialogs
kf5-kcoreaddons-5.115.0 KF5 addons to QtCore
kf5-kcrash-5.115.0 KF5 library to handle crash analysis and bug report from apps
kf5-kdbusaddons-5.115.0 KF5 addons to QtDBus
kf5-kded-5.115.0_1 KF5 extensible daemon for providing system level services
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kf5-kdoctools-5.115.0_1 KF5 documentation generation from docbook
kf5-kemoticons-5.115.0 KF5 library to convert emoticons
kf5-kglobalaccel-5.115.0 KF5 library to add support for global workspace shortcuts
kf5-kguiaddons-5.115.0 KF5 addons to QtGui
kf5-ki18n-5.115.0 KF5 advanced internationalization framework
kf5-kiconthemes-5.115.0 KF5 library for handling icons in applications
kf5-kitemmodels-5.115.0 KF5 models for Qt Model/View system
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kf5-solid-5.115.0 KF5 hardware integration and detection
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krb5-1.21.2_3 MIT implementation of RFC 4120 network authentication service
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lame-3.100_5 Fast MP3 encoder kit
lcms2-2.16_1 Accurate, fast, and small-footprint color management engine
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libSM-1.2.3_1,1 Session Management library for X11
libX11-1.8.7_1,1 X11 library
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libXcomposite-0.4.6_1,1 X Composite extension library
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libXdamage-1.1.6 X Damage extension library
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libXext-1.3.6,1 X11 Extension library
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libXi-1.8_1,1 X Input extension library
libXinerama-1.1.4_3,1 X11 Xinerama library
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libXrandr-1.5.2_1 X Resize and Rotate extension library
libXrender-0.9.10_2 X Render extension library
libXres-1.2.2_1 X Resource usage library
libXt-1.3.0,1 X Toolkit library
libXtst-1.2.3_3 X Test extension
libXv-1.0.12_1,1 X Video Extension library
libXvMC-1.0.14 X Video Extension Motion Compensation library
libXxf86dga-1.1.6_1 X DGA Extension
libXxf86vm-1.1.4_4 X Vidmode Extension
liba52-0.8.0_1 Free library for decoding ATSC A/52 streams, aka AC-3
libarchive-3.7.2_1,1 Library to create and read several streaming archive formats
libass-0.17.1_1 Portable ASS/SSA subtitle renderer
libassuan-2.5.6 IPC library used by GnuPG and gpgme
libcanberra-0.30_10 Implementation of the Freedesktop sound theme spec
libdaemon-0.14_1 Lightweight C library that eases the writing of UNIX daemons
libdatrie-0.2.13_2 Double-array trie implementation library
libdbusmenu-qt5-0.9.3.160420160218_13 Qt5 implementation of the DBusMenu protocol
libdca-0.0.7_1 Free DTS Coherent Acoustics decoder
libdeflate-1.19 Fast, whole-buffer DEFLATE-based compression library
libdrm-2.4.120_1,1 Direct Rendering Manager library and headers
libdvdnav-6.1.1 Videolan version of the libdvdnav project
libdvdread-6.1.3 Videolan version of the libdvdread project
libedit-3.1.20230828_1,1 Command line editor library
libepoll-shim-0.0.20230411 Small epoll implementation using kqueue
libepoxy-1.5.9 Library to handle OpenGL function pointer management
libevdev-1.13.1 Linux Event Device library
libevent-2.1.12 API for executing callback functions on events or timeouts
libffi-3.4.4_1 Foreign Function Interface
libffi33-3.3_2 Foreign Function Interface (stripped down compat version)
libfontenc-1.1.8 The fontenc Library
libgcrypt-1.10.3_1 General purpose cryptographic library based on the code from GnuPG
libgd-2.3.3_9,1 Graphics library for fast creation of images
libgit2-1.7.2 Portable, pure C implementation of the Git core
libglvnd-1.7.0 GL Vendor-Neutral Dispatch library
libgpg-error-1.48 Common error values for all GnuPG components
libgudev-237 GObject bindings for libudev
libgusb-0.3.10_1 GUsb is a GObject wrapper for libusb1
libiconv-1.17_1 Character set conversion library
libidn-1.38_1 Internationalized Domain Names command line tool
libidn2-2.3.7 Implementation of IDNA2008 internationalized domain names
libimagequant-4.3.0_1 Image Quantization Library
libinotify-20211018_1 Kevent based inotify compatible library
libinput-1.25.0 Generic input library
libjpeg-turbo-3.0.2 SIMD-accelerated JPEG codec library, provides libTurboJPEG
libjxl-0.10.2 JPEG XL reference encoder/decoder
libksba-1.6.6 Library to make X.509 certificates
libltdl-2.4.7 System independent dlopen wrapper
liblz4-1.9.4_1,1 LZ4 compression library, lossless and very fast
libmtdev-1.1.6_1 Multitouch Protocol Translation Library
libmysofa-1.3.2 SOFA (Spatially Oriented Format for Acoustics) file reader
libnghttp2-1.60.0 HTTP/2.0 C Library
libnice-0.1.21_2 Library and transmitter that implements ICE-19
libnotify-0.8.2_2 Library for desktop notifications
libogg-1.3.5,4 Ogg bitstream library
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libpaper-1.1.28_1 Library providing routines for paper size management
libpci-3.11.1 PCI configuration space I/O made easy
libpciaccess-0.18 Generic PCI access library
libplacebo-6.338.2 Reusable library for GPU-accelerated video/image rendering
libpotrace-1.16 Library for transforming bitmaps into vector graphics
libpsl-0.21.5 C library to handle the Public Suffix List
libpthread-stubs-0.4 Weak aliases for pthread functions
librsvg2-rust-2.56.4_5 Library for parsing and rendering SVG vector-graphic files
libsamplerate-0.2.2_1 Secret Rabbit Code: a Sample Rate Converter for audio
libsndfile-1.2.2_1 Reading and writing files containing sampled sound (like WAV or AIFF)
libsodium-1.0.18 Library to build higher-level cryptographic tools
libsoxr-0.1.3_3 High quality, one-dimensional sample-rate conversion library
libssh2-1.11.0_1,3 Library implementing the SSH2 protocol
libsysinfo-0.0.3_3 GNU libc's sysinfo port for FreeBSD
libtasn1-4.19.0_1 ASN.1 structure parser library
libtextstyle-0.22.3 Text styling library
libthai-0.1.29_1 Thai language support library
libtheora-1.1.1_7 Theora video codec for the Ogg multimedia streaming system
libtool-2.4.7_2 Generic shared library support script
libudev-devd-0.5.2 libudev-compatible interface for devd
libunibreak-5.1,1 Implementation of the line and word breaking algorithm for Unicode
libunistring-1.2 Unicode string library
libunwind-20240221 Generic stack unwinding library
libuv-1.48.0 Multi-platform support library with a focus on asynchronous I/O
libv4l-1.23.0_3 Video4Linux library
libva-2.20.0_2 VAAPI wrapper and dummy driver
libvdpau-1.5 VDPAU wrapper and tracing library
libvorbis-1.3.7_2,3 Audio compression codec library
libvpx-1.14.0 VP8/VP9 reference encoder/decoder
libwacom-1.5_1 Adds tablet support to libinput
libx264-0.164.3095 H.264/MPEG-4 AVC Video Encoding (Library)
libxcb-1.16.1 The X protocol C-language Binding (XCB) library
libxcvt-0.1.2_2 Calculate VESA CVT mode lines
libxkbcommon-1.6.0_2 Keymap handling library for toolkits and window systems
libxkbfile-1.1.3 XKB file library
libxml2-2.11.7 XML parser library for GNOME
libxshmfence-1.3.2 Shared memory 'SyncFence' synchronization primitive
libxslt-1.1.37_1 XML stylesheet transformation library
libyaml-0.2.5 YAML 1.1 parser and emitter written in C
llvm12-12.0.1_13 LLVM and Clang
llvm13-13.0.1_7 LLVM and Clang
llvm15-15.0.7_10 LLVM and Clang
lmdb-0.9.32,1 OpenLDAP Lightning Memory-Mapped Database
lsblk-3.8 Lists information about block devices in the system
lsof-4.99.3_1,8 Lists information about open files (similar to fstat(1))
lua53-5.3.6_1 Powerful, efficient, lightweight, embeddable scripting language
lua54-5.4.6_1 Powerful, efficient, lightweight, embeddable scripting language
luit-20240102_1 Locale and ISO 2022 support for Unicode terminals
lynx-2.8.9.1_2,1 Non-graphical, text-based World-Wide Web client
lzo2-2.10_1 Portable speedy, lossless data compression library
m17n-db-1.8.0 Data files for the m17n library
m17n-lib-1.8.0_4 Library for the multilingual text handling
m4-1.4.19_1,1 GNU M4
mailutils-3.17 Utilities, daemons, and filters for processing e-mail
mesa-dri-24.0.2 OpenGL hardware acceleration drivers for DRI2+
mesa-libs-24.0.2 OpenGL libraries that support GLX and EGL clients
meson-1.3.1_1 High performance build system
metamail-2.7_16 Implementation of MIME, the Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions
mime-support-3.66_1 MIME Media Types list
minixmlto-0.1.0 Minimalistic alternative to xmlto
minizip-1.2.11_1 Zip library and programs from Zlib distribution
mkfontscale-1.2.3 Creates an index of scalable font files for X
mpc-1.3.1_1 Library of complex numbers with arbitrarily high precision
mpdecimal-2.5.1 C/C++ arbitrary precision decimal floating point libraries
mpfr-4.2.1,1 Library for multiple-precision floating-point computations
mpg123-1.32.5 Command-line player for MPEG Layer 1, 2, and 3 audio files
nasm-2.16.01_1,2 General-purpose multi-platform x86 and amd64 assembler
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nettle-3.9.1 Low-level cryptographic library
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On Fri, 15 Mar 2024 14:46:25 +0000, Louis Epstein wrote:

> Steven G. Kargl <sgk@removetroutmask.apl.washington.edu> wrote:
>> On Thu, 14 Mar 2024 14:19:04 +0000, Louis Epstein wrote:
>>
>>> Louis Epstein <le@main.lekno.ws> wrote:
>>>>
>>>> ...in any case my failure to launch X successfully
>>>> since the flirtation with removing llvm12 and putting
>>>> it back has NOT been solved by upgrading 13.2->3.
>>>
>>> The problem started when I deleted LLVM12 and did not go
>>> away when I reinstalled it...and deleting and reinstalling
>>> xinit has made no difference.
>>>
>>> Either nothing at all starts,
>>> or it starts and aborts,
>>> or the windows come up in the
>>> window manager and either
>>> attempting to launch an application
>>> crashes it or the keyboard and mouse
>>> are no longer able to make inputs
>>> and I have to restart.
>>>
>>> What needs to be redone to again
>>> have a working X?
>>
>> If I get in your situtation, I typically rebuild everything
>> from source. So, first created a backup, then do
>
> What in toto needs to be backed up?
>

Anything that you may have customizied under /etc and
/usr/local/etc. If you made any customizations under
/usr/ports, the three commands should preserve those
when pulling an up-to-date tree.

% git stash <-- hide changes
% git pull -ff <-- update tree
% git stash pop <-- restore changes

--
steve

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 by: John D Groenveld - Fri, 15 Mar 2024 22:28 UTC

In article <l5itnpFeg55U1@mid.individual.net>,
John D Groenveld <groenveld@acm.org> wrote:
># pkg delete $(pkg info|grep -v '^pkg-'|awk '{print $1}')

This sucks less:
# pkg delete $(pkg query %n|grep -v '^pkg$')

John
groenveldacm.org


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