[Cin] cingg freebsd 12.3 (amd64)

Andrew Randrianasulu randrianasulu at gmail.com
Thu Mar 31 01:26:28 CEST 2022

On Thursday, March 31, 2022, Phyllis Smith <phylsmith2017 at gmail.com> wrote:

> Andrew
>> On Wednesday, March 30, 2022, Phyllis Smith <phylsmith2017 at gmail.com>
>> wrote:
>>> Andrew, I downloaded both cin-freebsd-12.3.tar.xz and
>>> cingg-freebsd-13.tar.xz .
>>> Is it OK to put on Cinelerra's website and mention it in the manual?
>> as user-contributed.. (I mean I only have guest-ish VM setup for testing,
>> and not really prolonged bsd user - builds works for very simple things I
>> tried for 5 minutes, but any further testing better to be done by more
>> experienced users and on real hardware..)
>>> Hoping I can eventually install bsd 13 and test this though (but may be
> a long time from now as I want to get aarch64 and termux tested first).

for freebsd I cheated and used pre-installed image from



download, unxz, run as

qemu-system-x86_64 -hda file -enable-kvm -m 1024 -smp 2

it will boot into console, login as root then you can 'pkg install
somepackage' or delete some stuff (root power!)

startx will start x with few xterms.

you can create ~/.xinitrc with your commands, like I put 'xrandr - s 3'
{smaller 1024x768 resolution for my smaller host scren} and 'startfluxbox'
there (after pkg install xorg, pkg install fluxbox).

start x with 'startx'

devices are automanaged, so you will see only small number of files in /dev

ada0p1- p4 - your first disk, ada1p{0-4} second. (if you attach it via-hdb
switch at qemu start) just mount them somewhere, I mounted into /mnt

> Anyway, I took your BSD patches 0001 through 0017 + 0018 that I made from
> the link in "one more bsd patch email" + plugins_makefile_freebsd.diff and
> put them all in 1 big file, bsd13.patch (like current blds/bsd.patch) but
> get a lot of rejections.  That is OK, I will work it out but just wanted to
> let you know what I was doing.  ...Phyllis

my idea was to augment code and makefiles  so bsd patch eventually will be
unneeded. my patches for 'git am'. surely for next month+!

this monthly build I only hope to have in fix for libdav1d 1.0.0 - gentoo
and termux moved on because their ffmpeg was already patched/ready
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