René J.V. Bertin rjvbertin at gmail.com
Wed Jul 8 17:48:27 BST 2020

On Wednesday July 08 2020 07:46:47 Jerry wrote:
>With a freshly updated ports tree, when I attempt to run poudriere to
>update the installed ports, I am greeted with this warning:
>[00:00:21] Ignoring net/qt5-network | qt5-network-5.15.0: is marked as broken: Qt5 requires Openssl 1.1.1, upgrade to FreeBSD 12.x/13.x or add DEFAULT_VERSIONS+=ssl=[openssl|libressl*] to /etc/make.conf
>Subsequently, 339 ports are skipped, and now I cannot get 'X' to start.
>I have "DEFAULT_VERSIONS+=ssl=openssl" in both the '/etc/make.conf'
>file and the 'poudriere.d/make.conf' file.
>$ openssl version
>OpenSSL 1.1.1g  21 Apr 2020
>I cannot install version 12 or 13 of FreeBSD because of an unsquashed
>bug, "https://bugs.freebsd.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=237666"
>How can I correct this problem?

Looks like you're in the kind of catch-22 you can get when package managers get it wrong.

Have you tried adding the exact DEFAULT_VERSIONS expression as indicated, and/or asking on a FreeBSD forum?

At least with FreeBSD you should be able to roll back to the previous good snapshot, and wait out the storm until the maintainers get it right...

(One would have thought that the FreeBSD devs would have a Qt patch to make it work with LibreSSL ... and I for one wouldn't have thought they'd be at 5.15 already ;) )


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