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Re: FreeBSD Security Survey
From: Vulpes Velox (v.veloxvvelox.net)
Date: Tue May 30 2006 - 20:23:25 CDT
On Mon, 29 May 2006 13:35:39 +0100
Craig Edwards <brainwinbot.co.uk> wrote:
> I was thinking more of the time-to-repair of a broken install,
> rather than a broken python or perl program, for example if your
> perl site-perl folder gets damaged, or your python compiled libs
> become ABI 'incompatible' somehow (say due to a g++ upgrade?).
> In this case, both python *and* perl are pretty hard to repair
> unless you know the language, and can leave a system administrator
> between a rock and a hard place (reinstall, or seek an expert of
> that language)
> I guess the same goes for ruby, i wouldn't know where to start in
> repairing a broken ruby install...
It's been awhile since I've done something stupid that fragged ruby.
It was easy to fix though. I just rebuilt all the ruby stuff using
portupgrade. The same thing needs done with lots of perl modules as
well after perl is upgraded.
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