Created attachment 224715 [details]
excerpt of jacket.log
Please upgrade the port to use the mono6.8 runtime, the upstream appears to consider this a requirement.
The current package requires mono which makes co-installing or upgrading the runtime not possible:
Installed packages to be REMOVED:
New packages to be INSTALLED:
jackett crashes on start, leave error message `System.IO.IOException: kevent() error at initial event registration, error code = '22'` in logs.
FreeBSD 13.0-RELEASE amd64
I just came across the discussion on #238089, looks like the biggest blocker is figuring how to specify one mono runtime over another during install.
Yes, this is a know issue. See https://bugs.freebsd.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=198727
It's also the reason why every update to jackett states: works on 11.4 only.
The mono port is getting some new attention, so let's hope we can soon pick one in an easy way.
Closing this at the request of the maintainer of the port, via IRC in #freebsd-bugs on FreeNode.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 198727 ***
Created attachment 224743 [details]
update jackett ports to require mono 6.8
@Michiel, I know this issue was marked as a duplicate but I didn't want to add this to the other ticket since that's specific to the kqueue issue in Mono. The attached patch is how I addressed jackett's mono 6.8 runtime dependency.
I removed the build dependency and changed it to a runtime dependency on mono6.8.
I'm not a ports person, so I don't know if this is "correct" but it is what got it working for me. It cleanly installs with mono6.8 and runs.
(In reply to e62gkuad8 from comment #4)
I have a patch in that direction already in my tree.
Testing now with all 3 mono versions (where we already know that jackett+mono5.10 only works on FreeBSD < 12)
The only *problem* for now will be that you wont be able to install jackett and say, radarr, on the same machine/jail as the mono ports are conflicting eachother.
It will however make it possible for users to upgrade their jail from 11.4 to 12.2 or 13.0 ;P
(In reply to Michiel van Baak from comment #5)
Okay cool, I'm glad to hear you have something already. I saw the comment here, https://bugs.freebsd.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=238089#c81 and was trying to make it work myself!
I was unfamiliar with radarr. Now that explains why one would likely be installed in the same jail. Now I'm more interested in becoming familiar :)
(In reply to e62gkuad8 from comment #6)
For your info: https://bugs.freebsd.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=255710