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Old 22nd May 2013
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Default Dragonflybsd: installing pkgsrc

I've Dragonflybsd 3.4.1 amd64 installed and have been having a darned time installing packages from pkgsrc.

The dragonflybsd website instructions mention, for first time installation, to create it with the following commands:

# cd /usr
# make pkgsrc-create


Installation fails with:

cd /usr/pkgsrc && git fetch origin
fatal: unable to connect to git.dragonflybsd.org
git.dragonflybsd.org[0: 199.233.90.72]: errno=Operation timed out


In addition, GITHOST was set to avalon.dragonflybsd.org (set GITHOST=avalon.dragonflybsd.org)

git.dragonflybsd.org and avalon.dragonflybsd.org are accessible from a web browser.

I am eager to try df-3.4.1

Thanks for your advise.
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Old 22nd May 2013
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Code:
# monkey=chimpansee
# set | grep monkey
monkey=chimpansee

# sh
# set | grep monkey
# 
# exit

# set | grep monkey 
monkey=chimpansee

# export monkey
# sh
# set | grep monkey
monkey=chimpansee
Conclusion: a shell variable is only visible to that particular shell instance/process. If you start a new process/subshell, it will not inherit the shell variables of the parent shell/process unless the variable has been exported (Bourne shell) into the environment.

For the C shell you have to use setenv instead of export
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Old 23rd May 2013
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Default Sorry, no banana

Used: setenv GITHOST avalon.dragonflybsd.org

Same result:

# cd /usr
# make pkgsrc-create

cd /usr/pkgsrc && git fetch origin
fatal: unable to connect to avalon.dragonflybsd.org
avalon.dragonflybsd.org[0: 199.233.90.72]: errno=Operation timed out

*** Error code 128
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Old 23rd May 2013
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It could be a firewall issue. According to Git on the Server - The Protocols you may need to allow port 9418 through your firewall.

If this is not the cause you may could ask a DragonFlyBSD mailing list or IRC channel.
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Default make pkgsrc-create

Tried with firewall flushed (pfctl -Fa); same result.
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