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[Unbound-users] error when threading enabled on local_unbound on FreeBSD 10.x

Norberto Altalef
Tue Jul 21 18:13:15 CEST 2015


I'm not a FreeBSD user, but I think you must put /usr/local/sbin before in
your PATH variable.
This would be a security risk if your /usr/local is accesible by others
users in the system

Best regards

Norberto




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On Tue, Jul 21, 2015 at 12:58 PM, <unbound at fongaboo.com> wrote:

>
> Thanks. This clarifies a lot.
>
> This may be a stupid FreeBSD question, rather than an unbound-specific
> question, but is there any way to give the executables in /usr/local/sbin
> priority when running them from the path?
>
> FONG
>
>
> On Tue, 21 Jul 2015, Jaap Akkerhuis wrote:
>
>  unbound at fongaboo.com writes:
>>
>> >
>> >
>> > Thanks,
>> >
>> > I am now attempting to install from ports. However, am I gathering
>> > correctly that FreeBSD's local_unbound's config files live in
>> /etc/unbound
>> > while stock unbound has them in /usr/local/etc/unbound?
>> >
>>
>> Yes.
>>
>> > When I run unbound-control-setup, it seems to put the files it generates
>> > in /etc/unbound anyway. What do I have to do to make sure everything
>> > defaults to the stock setup instead of the local_unbound setup?
>>
>> Note your $PATH
>>
>> Make sure that you use the /usr/local/sbin/unbound-control-setup
>> (and others from the ports). The /usr/sbin/$unboundtools have wired
>> in the /etc as defaut path.
>>
>> Alternatively always usr the -f config with the build-in
>> versions.
>>
>>         jaap
>>
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