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Old 18th April 2021
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Default FreeBSD compiled packages - where are they?

Not having used FreeBSD for quite a while, I cannot find any ftp/http site with binary packages (compiled FreeBSD ports)
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How about http://pkg.freebsd.org/?

Looks like the packages can't be downloaded directly though, unless I'm missing something.
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Yes, but that only has *txz files, which after "unxz-ing" and "untar-ing" results in some YAML file.
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… only has *txz files, …
Please see, for example, https://lists.freebsd.org/pipermail/...er/077022.html
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Thanks for the reference to the mailing list, which explains why.
But it doesn't solve my issue of finding out for example which FreeBSD release is supporting which PHP releases.
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That info is in github, /usr/ports/UPDATING announces the switch to a newer PHP version. Other programs are usually announced in the Release Notes for a release.
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