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Number of commits found: 6

Mon, 30 Jan 2017
[ 17:48 brd ] Original commit   Revision:432859
432859 sysutils/firstboot-pkgs/Makefile
432859 sysutils/firstboot-pkgs/files/firstboot_pkgs.in
sysutils/firstboot-pkgs: Loop through the list installing one at a time to
handle missing pkgs in the repo.

Reviewed by:	allanjude
Approved by:	cperciva, bdrewery (implicit)
Fri, 19 Sep 2014
[ 19:02 cperciva ] Original commit   Revision:368591
368591 sysutils/firstboot-pkgs/Makefile
368591 sysutils/firstboot-pkgs/files/firstboot_pkgs.in
Nominate myself for the useful-use-of-cat award.

pkg detects if its stdout is a terminal and prints many 'done%' lines,
which are useful for interactive use on modern terminals, but not so
useful on a serial console; piping through cat silences these.
Mon, 16 Dec 2013
[ 02:36 cperciva ] Original commit   Revision:336602
336602 sysutils/firstboot-pkgs/Makefile
336602 sysutils/firstboot-pkgs/files/firstboot_pkgs.in
pkg uses "is stdin a terminal?" to decide if it's running interactively
and thereby whether it should display a progress bar during downloads.
While rc.d scripts have a terminal attached, for the common case of
unattended installation of servers, this script is not being used
interactively; so redirect stdin from /dev/null to silence the progress
bars and reduce console spew.

The -q option could be used to accomplish this, but that would also
eliminate other more useful information, such as the names and versions
of packages being installed.
Sun, 8 Dec 2013
[ 11:03 cperciva ] Original commit   Revision:335875
335875 sysutils/firstboot-pkgs/Makefile
335875 sysutils/firstboot-pkgs/files/firstboot_pkgs.in
Fix dumb typo: Need to check if the number of rc.d scripts has changed
between pre-package-installation and post-package-installation, not
between pre- and pre-.
[ 05:34 cperciva ] Original commit   Revision:335864
335864 sysutils/firstboot-pkgs/Makefile
335864 sysutils/firstboot-pkgs/files/firstboot_pkgs.in
335864 sysutils/firstboot-pkgs/pkg-descr
If firstboot_pkgs installs a package which contains an rc.d script,
request a reboot so that any newly-installed daemons will be launched.
Sat, 30 Nov 2013
[ 00:17 cperciva ] Original commit   Revision:335251
335251 sysutils/Makefile
335251 sysutils/firstboot-pkgs
335251 sysutils/firstboot-pkgs/Makefile
335251 sysutils/firstboot-pkgs/files
335251 sysutils/firstboot-pkgs/files/firstboot_pkgs.in
335251 sysutils/firstboot-pkgs/pkg-descr
Add firstboot-pkgs:

When the system first boots, install the pkg(8) tools (if not already
installed) and packages listed in the $firstboot_pkgs_list rc.conf
variable.

Obviously, this port is not useful after a system is already running; it is
intended to be included as part of the installation or disk image building
process.

Number of commits found: 6

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