This little thingy allows you to start X with NumLock turned on ( which
is a feature that a lot of people seem to miss and nobody really knew how to
achieve this ).
Please extract the following archive to the x11 subdirectory of the ports
I'll handle this.
Did a quick check with 'portlint' but it had
quite a few complaints:
OK: checking /usr/home/ernst/freebsd/ports/x11/numlockx/pkg-descr.
OK: checking Makefile.
FATAL: no "ports collection makefile for" line in comment section of Makefile.
FATAL: no "Whom" line in comment section of Makefile.
FATAL: no $FreeBSD$ line in Makefile comment section.
FATAL: extra item "MAINTAINER" placed in the PORTNAME section.
FATAL: extra item "COMMENT" placed in the PORTNAME section.
FATAL: extra item "HAS_CONFIGURE" placed in the PORTNAME section.
FATAL: extra item "CONFIGURE_ENV" placed in the MAINTAINER section.
FATAL: COMMENT has to be there.
OK: checking /usr/home/ernst/freebsd/ports/x11/numlockx/distinfo.
8 fatal errors and 0 warnings found.
Please fix this first.
I get a time-out while connecting to dforce.sh.cvut.cz. Could you please
copy the file to a public mirror somewhere and add that to MASTER_SITES
(preferrably above dforce.sh.cvut.cz.) If you don't have such a location, I
can upload the file to my distfiles section on the FreeBSD mirrors, but
then you are dependant on me to update that when there is a new version of
I've got the distfile now. But now when I try 'make install deinstall' I get
Tail of the output:
===> Installing for numlockx-1.0
===> Generating temporary packing list
===> Checking if x11/numlockx already installed
/bin/sh ./mkinstalldirs /usr/X11R6/bin
install -c -s -o root -g wheel -m 555 numlockx /usr/X11R6/bin/numlockx
===> Registering installation for numlockx-1.0
===> Deinstalling for x11/numlockx
===> Deinstalling numlockx-1.0
pkg_delete: file '/usr/local/bin/numlockx' doesn't really exist
pkg_delete: couldn't entirely delete package (perhaps the packing list is
It seems the pkg-plist is incorrect. Please fix.
Next time, please test using the procedures described in the FreeBSD