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Hello, I have a slight problem with the 5.3 release and I checked all of your doentation,mailing,lists and on the web before coming to you. My problem is when I go into any port under the /usr/ports/directory and try building that port using make it times out. The only port that would build was the cvsup port and I used it to make my ports tree current so I know it is up to date. But when I go into a port make clean and make install none of the ports seem to work its goes out to fetch /ftp.X ...

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    Default Fetch ports timedout

    Hello,

    I have a slight problem with the 5.3 release and I
    checked all of your doentation,mailing,lists and on
    the web before coming to you. My problem is when I go
    into any port under the /usr/ports/directory and try
    building that port using make it times out. The only
    port that would build was the cvsup port and I used it
    to make my ports tree current so I know it is up to
    date. But when I go into a port make clean and make
    install none of the ports seem to work its goes out to
    fetch /ftp.X and times out. I use a qwest dsl modem
    and I do not have a firewall setup but even if I did
    where would I make the changes neccessary for fetch to
    go out and download the ports. I can goto the
    sysinstall section and download ports and any data
    from any ftp site but when I try and do the same thing
    from the ports section it times out or when I try and
    use pkg_add the fecth keeps timing out.



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    Default fetch ports timedout

    Hello,

    I have a slight problem with the 5.3 release and I
    checked all of your doentation,mailing,lists and on
    the web before coming to you. My problem is when I go
    into any port under the /usr/ports/directory and try
    building that port using make it times out. The only
    port that would build was the cvsup port and I used it
    to make my ports tree current so I know it is up to
    date. But when I go into a port make clean and make
    install none of the ports seem to work its goes out to
    fetch /ftp.X and times out. I use a qwest dsl modem
    and I do not have a firewall setup but even if I did
    where would I make the changes neccessary for fetch to
    go out and download the ports. I can goto the
    sysinstall section and download ports and any data
    from any ftp site but when I try and do the same thing
    from the ports section it times out or when I try and
    use pkg_add the fecth keeps timing out.




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    Default Re: fetch ports timedout

    Wendell Hatcher wrote:
     

    Well, I don't know that we've enough specific
    information above to give a specific diagnosis.

    Can you surf/ping/telnet external hosts by
    name?

    What's in your environment that might affect
    fetch?

    Can you use ftp? (e.g...:)

    $ ftp
    ftp> open ftp.freebsd.org
    Trying 62.243.72.50...
    Connected to ftp.freebsd.org.
    220-ftp.FreeBSD.org NcFTPd Server (licensed copy) ready.
    220-The FreeBSD mirror at TDC, in Aarhus, Denmark, Europe
    220-
    220-Contact: net
    220-Use wisely.
    <snip motd>
    Name (ftp.freebsd.org:test): anonymous
    331 Guest login ok, send your complete e-mail address as password.
    Password:
    230-You are user #121 of 450 simultaneous users allowed.
    230-
    230 Logged in anonymously.
    Remote system type is UNIX.
    Using binary mode to transfer files.
    ftp> ls
    150 Data connection accepted from 19.207.11.50:57528; transfer
    starting.
    drwxr-xr-x 3 ftpuser ftpusers 512 May 13 2001 pub
    rwxrwxrwx 3 ftpuser ftpuser 85 Apr 5 3004 README
    226 Listing completed.
    ftp> get README
    150 Opening BINARY mode data connection for 'README' (85 bytes).
    100%
    |************************************************* ******************|
    85 501.56 KB/s 00:00 ETA
    226 Transfer complete.
    85 bytes received in 00:00 (501.56 KB/s)
    ftp>

    Just some thoughts...

    Kevin Kinsey
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