On 6/21/12 5:32 PM, Devin Teske wrote:
> Hi everybody,
> I've published a new port (sysutils/bsdconfig) so that we can get some testing on the replacement for sysinstall's [post-installation] "Configure" menu.
> We're on a tight schedule, so if you have the time and/or energy your timely efforts will be GREATLY appreciated in helping to get this software tested prior to the 9.1-R code freeze.
> Please welcome "bsdconfig" (port pkg-descr below):
> bsdconfig is a robust utility for configuring/managing various aspects of the
> FreeBSD Operating System. Feature-highlights include (but are not limited to):
> - Modular, stable, efficient and i18n-compatible.
> - Easily maintained/extendable sh(1) source/syntax.
> - Works with both dialog(1) in base and Xdialog(1) from ports (x11/xdialog).
> - rc.conf(5) configuration/management based on sysutils/sysrc
> - Timezone configuration based on sysutils/tzdialog
> - Networking management based on sysutils/host-setup
> WWW: http://druidbsd.sourceforge.net/ >
> Again, thank you very much for testing this new software.
> P.S. Due to the large codebase comprising bsdconfig, ample precautions should be taken. I've not noticed any negative behavior in months of usage, but just be warned.
> P.P.S. I don't think on subscribed to -stable@, so include me in your replies.
I'm one of the coauthors of this code, and I am here on -stable. As
stated, this port will only run on 9.0-RELEASE and later.