FreshPorts -- The Place For Ports If you buy from Amazon USA, please support us by using this link.
Follow us
Blog
Twitter

Please give me your LTO-4 or better tape library and I'll put it to good use.
found something from the cache
non port: head/astro/squeuer/pkg-message
SVNWeb

Number of commits found: 3

Mon, 4 Apr 2005
[ 19:44 glewis ] Original commit 
1.4 astro/squeuer/Makefile
1.1 astro/squeuer/files/pkg-message.in
1.3 astro/squeuer/pkg-message
. Don't hardcode /usr/local in pkg-message, use %%LOCALBASE%% and replace
  it appropriately.

Found by:       portlint
Sun, 26 Oct 2003
[ 23:31 kris ] Original commit 
1.2 astro/squeuer/pkg-message
portlint (remove trailing blank line)
Wed, 13 Aug 2003
[ 17:35 glewis ] Original commit 
1.69 astro/Makefile
1.1 astro/squeuer/Makefile
1.1 astro/squeuer/distinfo
1.1 astro/squeuer/files/patch-etc::rc.d::S71squeuer.sh
1.1 astro/squeuer/files/patch-etc::squeuer.conf.unix
1.1 astro/squeuer/pkg-deinstall
1.1 astro/squeuer/pkg-descr
1.1 astro/squeuer/pkg-install
1.1 astro/squeuer/pkg-message
1.1 astro/squeuer/pkg-plist
. Add a port of SQueuer, a queueing proxy for Seti@Home:

SQueuer is a queueing proxy for Seti@Home with the following features:

* Keeps a configurable sized queue of work units so that
  the client will always be able to get a new work unit
  immediately upon finishing one.

* Queues results for uploading should the main Seti@Home
  site be overloaded or down. Results are never lost and the
  client is never delayed waiting to upload a result.

* Can handle multiple users running the Seti@Home client
  on multiple machines all connecting to SQueuer.

* Platform independent. SQueuer has been tested and found
  to work on different versions of Unix, MacOS and Windows.
  All it requires is a Perl 5 interpreter.

Number of commits found: 3

Login
User Login
Create account

Servers and bandwidth provided by
New York Internet, SuperNews, and RootBSD

This site
What is FreshPorts?
About the authors
FAQ
How big is it?
The latest upgrade!
Privacy
Forums
Blog
Contact

Search
Enter Keywords:
 
more...

Latest Vulnerabilities
cross-binutilsMar 24
jenkinsMar 24
jenkins-ltsMar 24
libressl*Mar 24
linux-c6-openssl*Mar 24
mingw32-openssl*Mar 24
mingw64-binutilsMar 24
openssl*Mar 24
firefoxMar 22
firefox-esrMar 22
libxulMar 22
linux-firefoxMar 22
linux-seamonkeyMar 22
seamonkeyMar 22
sympaMar 13

5 vulnerabilities affecting 24 ports have been reported in the past 14 days

* - modified, not new

All vulnerabilities


Ports
Home
Categories
Deleted ports
Sanity Test Failures
Newsfeeds

Statistics
Graphs
NEW Graphs (Javascript)
Traffic

Calculated hourly:
Port count 24730
Broken 132
Deprecated 142
Ignore 418
Forbidden 3
Restricted 203
No CDROM 95
Vulnerable 20
Expired 5
Set to expire 134
Interactive 0
new 24 hours 6
new 48 hours11
new 7 days36
new fortnight47
new month136

Servers and bandwidth provided by
New York Internet, SuperNews, and RootBSD
Valid HTML, CSS, and RSS.
Copyright © 2000-2014 Dan Langille. All rights reserved.