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Date:      Wed, 15 Mar 2017 21:03:29 -0400
From:      Brad Salai <bsalai@gmail.com>
To:        galtsev@kicp.uchicago.edu
Cc:        freebsd-questions@freebsd.org
Subject:   Re: texlive and Arduino do not show up in gnome-menu
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Valeri,
That did it. I was trying to install from ports. Either I did it wrong or th=
ere is something messed up in the port.=20
Thank you.=20

Brad Salai
(585) 708-9235
Bsalai@gmail.com


> On Mar 15, 2017, at 2:07 PM, Valeri Galtsev <galtsev@kicp.uchicago.edu> wr=
ote:
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>> On Sat, March 11, 2017 10:50 am, Brad Salai wrote:
>> Turns out that the problem with texlive was me. It installed all the
> working parts but not any X11 parts. I installed TeXworks and all is
> well.
>> All that is left is to figure out where the ports system put Arduino.
> Thanks to everyone for the help.
>=20
> I have FreeBSD 10.3 on my laptop. I do have all arduino packages installed=

> using pkg. In menus of MATE desktop environment (MATE is fork of GNOME) I
> do have arduino:
>=20
> Applications --> Programming --> Arduino
>=20
> I hope, this helps.
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> Valeri
>=20
>>=20
>> Brad Salai
>> (585) 708-9235
>> Bsalai@gmail.com
>>=20
>>=20
>>> On Mar 11, 2017, at 7:00 AM, freebsd-questions-request@freebsd.org wrote=
:
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>>> Today's Topics:
>>>  1. [iTunes-Connect]Someone has been logged into your account
>>>     from another country (AppleID)
>>>  2. daily security run output (setuid) (James B. Byrne)
>>>  3. Re: daily security run output (setuid) (Matthew Seaman)
>>>  4. Re: daily security run output (setuid) (Lowell Gilbert)
>>>  5. Reboot hangs on a FreeBSD system I'm building (Bob Willcox) 6.
> Noob question (Brad Salai)
>>>  7. Re: Noob question (Jack L.)
>>>  8. Re: Libreoffice and Arduino do not show up in gnome-menu
>>>     (Sergei Akhmatdinov)
>>>  9. Re: Noob question (Ken Moffat)
>>> ----------------------------------------------------------------------
> Message: 1
>>> Date: Fri, 10 Mar 2017 08:05:33 -0600 (CST)
>>> From: AppleID <root@localhost.linx.com>
>>> To: freebsd-questions@freebsd.org
>>> Subject: [iTunes-Connect]Someone has been logged into your account
>>>   from another country
>>> Message-ID: <20170310140533.3A0A0A619BA@578509-app3.linx.com>
>>> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=3D"iso-8859-1"
>>> ------------------------------
>>> Message: 2
>>> Date: Fri, 10 Mar 2017 11:42:42 -0500
>>> From: "James B. Byrne" <byrnejb@harte-lyne.ca>
>>> To: freebsd-questions@freebsd.org
>>> Subject: daily security run output (setuid)
>>> Message-ID:
>>>   <0a9bbc9664cdeacc27dacadbd575ea1d.squirrel@webmail.harte-lyne.ca>
>>> Content-Type: text/plain;charset=3Diso-8859-1
>>> Following a recent update we began to see this report:
>>> Checking setuid files and devices:
>>> setuid diffs:
>>> --- /var/log/setuid.today        2017-01-18 03:01:01.000000000 -0500
> +++ /tmp/security.saU3IUZT        2017-03-08 03:01:01.006331628 -0500
> @@ -36,9 +36,9 @@
>>> . . .
>>> - 70217 -rwsr-xr-x  1 root  wheel         22416 Jan 12 00:09:17 2017
> /usr/local/bin/pkexec
>>> . . .
>>> + 30527 -rwsr-xr-x  1 root  wheel         22416 Feb 25 00:04:40 2017
> /usr/local/bin/pkexec
>>> pkg which /usr/local/bin/pkexec
>>> /usr/local/bin/pkexec was installed by package polkit-0.113_3
>>> pkg info polkit-0.113_3
>>> polkit-0.113_3
>>> Name           : polkit
>>> Version        : 0.113_3
>>> Installed on   : Tue Mar  7 15:31:14 2017 EST
>>> This was a legitimate update as far as I can see. I can see that the
> mtime value has changed but why does the update not account for this
> with the security system?
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>>> ------------------------------
>>> Message: 3
>>> Date: Fri, 10 Mar 2017 17:04:34 +0000
>>> From: Matthew Seaman <matthew@FreeBSD.org>
>>> To: freebsd-questions@freebsd.org
>>> Subject: Re: daily security run output (setuid)
>>> Message-ID: <c9d3a981-0c3e-142c-817b-ab8c6cc5cec8@FreeBSD.org>
>>> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=3D"windows-1252"
>>>> On 2017/03/10 16:42, James B. Byrne via freebsd-questions wrote:
> Following a recent update we began to see this report:
>>>> Checking setuid files and devices:
>>>> setuid diffs:
>>>> --- /var/log/setuid.today        2017-01-18 03:01:01.000000000 -0500
> +++ /tmp/security.saU3IUZT        2017-03-08 03:01:01.006331628 -0500
> @@ -36,9 +36,9 @@
>>>> . . .
>>>> - 70217 -rwsr-xr-x  1 root  wheel         22416 Jan 12 00:09:17 2017
> /usr/local/bin/pkexec
>>>> . . .
>>>> + 30527 -rwsr-xr-x  1 root  wheel         22416 Feb 25 00:04:40 2017
> /usr/local/bin/pkexec
>>>> pkg which /usr/local/bin/pkexec
>>>> /usr/local/bin/pkexec was installed by package polkit-0.113_3
>>>> pkg info polkit-0.113_3
>>>> polkit-0.113_3
>>>> Name           : polkit
>>>> Version        : 0.113_3
>>>> Installed on   : Tue Mar  7 15:31:14 2017 EST
>>>> This was a legitimate update as far as I can see. I can see that the
> mtime value has changed but why does the update not account for this
> with the security system?
>>> The security system?  That makes it sound *way* more sophisticated than
> it really is.
>>> All that the setuid daily script does is run find(1) to locate all of
> the setuid files on the system, creates a sorted list, and then diffs
> that against the previous day's list.  It tells you when there have
> been
>>> any changes to setuid files.  It doesn't say anything about whether
> those changes are legitimate or not -- that's down to the (supposedly)
> intelligent administrators who read the email reports.
>>> The beauty of it is that it is so simple it is very hard to bamboozle.
> In this case, since it is a file from a pkg that you can verify was
> re-installed during the right timeframe then you can be pretty sure
> that
>>> nothing untoward is going on.  Also running 'pkg check -s polkit' to
> verify that none of the checksums on the package's files have changed
> might provide additional peace of mind.
>>>   Cheers,
>>>   Matthew
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>>> Message: 4
>>> Date: Fri, 10 Mar 2017 12:11:57 -0500
>>> From: Lowell Gilbert <Lowell@Be-Well.Ilk.Org>
>>> To: "James B. Byrne via freebsd-questions"
>>>   <freebsd-questions@freebsd.org>
>>> Cc: byrnejb@harte-lyne.ca
>>> Subject: Re: daily security run output (setuid)
>>> Message-ID: <44bmt9jbtu.fsf@lowell-desk.lan>
>>> Content-Type: text/plain
>>> "James B. Byrne via freebsd-questions" <freebsd-questions@freebsd.org>
> writes:
>>>> Following a recent update we began to see this report:
>>>> Checking setuid files and devices:
>>> [...]
>>>> This was a legitimate update as far as I can see. I can see that the
> mtime value has changed but why does the update not account for this
> with the security system?
>>> Because having "the security system" trust that the the port update was
> initiated by an appropriately authorized user would make it too easy to
> hide a security breach.
>>> ------------------------------
>>> Message: 5
>>> Date: Fri, 10 Mar 2017 13:03:09 -0600
>>> From: Bob Willcox <bob@immure.com>
>>> To: questions list <freebsd-questions@freebsd.org>
>>> Subject: Reboot hangs on a FreeBSD system I'm building
>>> Message-ID: <20170310190308.GA29798@rancor.immure.com>
>>> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=3Dus-ascii
>>> I'm building a system to act as a fileserver for my network and things a=
re
>>> going reasonably well so far except that when I reboot it via the
> reboot
>>> command it gets to the point after it has successfully sync'd the
> filesystem
>>> caches and the just hangs there. Note that it will respond to pings
> from
>>> other systems on the network but keyboard activity is ignored.
>>> Here's the uname output:
>>> FreeBSD yoda.immure.com 11.0-STABLE FreeBSD 11.0-STABLE #1 r315001: Fri
> Mar 10 08:38:20 CST 2017
>>> bob@yoda.immure.com:/usr/obj/usr/src/sys/YODA  amd64
>>> This is running on an Asus H170I-Pro motherboard and has a Samsung 960
> EVO M.2
>>> PCIe NVMe boot drive. The UEFI BIOS settings are all at their defaults. I=

>>> planning to check the BIOS settings to see if changing any of them will
> make a
>>> difference.
>>> Note that the root/boot drive is ZFS in case that matters.
>>> --
>>> Bob Willcox    | If a program is useful, it will be changed.
>>> bob@immure.com |
>>> Austin, TX     |
>>> ------------------------------
>>> Message: 6
>>> Date: Fri, 10 Mar 2017 19:51:35 -0500
>>> From: Brad Salai <bsalai@gmail.com>
>>> To: freebsd-questions@freebsd.org
>>> Subject: Noob question
>>> Message-ID: <83FA4D74-AB47-45D8-A5D6-EB8892A47E4D@gmail.com>
>>> Content-Type: text/plain;    charset=3Dus-ascii
>>> I've just finished a clean install of FreeBSD 11 on an HP desktop that
> I
>>> got for free (I know that's not relevant but I'm telling everyone.) I
> got Gnome running and installed Libre Office without issues. Then I
> tried TeXlive as a package and Arduino as a port. Both completed
> successfully, but neither showed up in Gnome and I can't figure out the
> path to add to start them manually. Can anyone help?
>>> Brad
>>> Brad Salai
>>> (585) 708-9235
>>> Bsalai@gmail.com
>>> ------------------------------
>>> Message: 7
>>> Date: Fri, 10 Mar 2017 17:11:45 -0800
>>> From: "Jack L." <xxjack12xx@gmail.com>
>>> To: Brad Salai <bsalai@gmail.com>
>>> Cc: "freebsd-questions@freebsd.org" <freebsd-questions@freebsd.org>
> Subject: Re: Noob question
>>> Message-ID:
>>>   <CALeGphzm7woDFoCPTwNt+POrh_oDKMm9OPyovKGbppo3CFtz2w@mail.gmail.com>
>>> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=3DUTF-8
>>> You can run
>>> pkg info --list-files packagename
>>> and that will give you a list of where all the installed files are
>>>> On Fri, Mar 10, 2017 at 4:51 PM, Brad Salai <bsalai@gmail.com> wrote:
> I've just finished a clean install of FreeBSD 11 on an HP desktop that
> I got for free (I know that's not relevant but I'm telling everyone.)
> I got Gnome running and installed Libre Office without issues. Then I
> tried TeXlive as a package and Arduino as a port. Both completed
> successfully, but neither showed up in Gnome and I can't figure out
> the
>>>> path to add to start them manually. Can anyone help?
>>>> Brad
>>>> Brad Salai
>>>> (585) 708-9235
>>>> Bsalai@gmail.com
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>>> ------------------------------
>>> Message: 8
>>> Date: Fri, 10 Mar 2017 20:39:33 -0500
>>> From: Sergei Akhmatdinov <sakhmatd@inventati.org>
>>> To: Brad Salai <bsalai@gmail.com>
>>> Cc: freebsd-questions@freebsd.org
>>> Subject: Re: Libreoffice and Arduino do not show up in gnome-menu
> Message-ID: <20170311013933.4qn72svt4nodgiut@silverbeast>
>>> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=3D"us-ascii"
>>>> On Fri, Mar 10, 2017 at 07:51:35PM -0500, Brad Salai wrote:
>>>> I've just finished a clean install of FreeBSD 11 on an HP desktop that
> I got for free (I know that's not relevant but I'm telling everyone.)
> I got Gnome running and installed Libre Office without issues. Then I
> tried TeXlive as a package and Arduino as a port. Both completed
> successfully, but neither showed up in Gnome and I can't figure out
> the
>>>> path to add to start them manually. Can anyone help?
>>>> Brad
>>> $ which binary-name
>>> That should get you the path to the installed binary.
>>> For Libreoffice, that would be
>>> $ which libreoffice
>>> I don't use Gnome, but it probably reads your
>>> /usr/local/share/applications directory.
>>> Try adding .desktop files to it manually. Although it's suspicious that
> they aren't there already or that Gnome wouldn't pick them up if they
> are.
>>> Also, just a piece of friendly advice:
>>> Try to give more discriptive subject lines when posting to
>>> the mailing list next time. It helps other people to help you. :) Cheers=
,
>>> --
>>> Sergei Akhmatdinov
>>> My GPG public key:
>>> gpg --keyserver pgp.mit.edu --recv-keys AD800D99
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>>> Message: 9
>>> Date: Sat, 11 Mar 2017 01:41:01 +0000
>>> From: Ken Moffat <zarniwhoop@ntlworld.com>
>>> To: freebsd-questions@freebsd.org
>>> Subject: Re: Noob question
>>> Message-ID: <20170311014101.GA18045@milliways.localdomain>
>>> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=3Dutf-8
>>>> On Fri, Mar 10, 2017 at 07:51:35PM -0500, Brad Salai wrote:
>>>> I've just finished a clean install of FreeBSD 11 on an HP desktop that
> I got for free (I know that's not relevant but I'm telling everyone.)
> I got Gnome running and installed Libre Office without issues. Then I
> tried TeXlive as a package and Arduino as a port. Both completed
> successfully, but neither showed up in Gnome and I can't figure out
> the
>>>> path to add to start them manually. Can anyone help?
>>>> Brad
>>> No idea about arduino, but texlive - at least in a full install -
> contains a lot of different things. At a minimum, you probably want to
> run one of the engines, e.g. using pdflatex on a .tex file to create a
> text PDF.  For more complex PDFs (adding things for images, or using
> other programs for indexing or bibliographies) you will probably want
> to create a Makefile.
>>> For a basic PDF that, you open your term of choice (gnome-terminal, I
> suppose), run 'which' to see if pdflatex (or one of the other engines,
> e.g. lualatex, xelatex, or even context) is on your PATH. If it isn't,
> you use find or locate to see where it is, and then add that directory
> to your PATH.  But I guess that installing the package will have fixed
> that up.
>>> Finally, you create your tex file in your preferred editor, and then
> from your term you invoke the engine on the tex file, fix any errors
> and repeat until you get a PDF, open that in your viewer (evince, for
> gnome) and review, then fix any spelling or formatting errors and
> repeat.
>>> So, providing it is all on your PATH, you just go in and do it.  If you
> want a gui front-end, perhaps get TeXworks which appears to be a
> package.  In windows versions of texlive, TeXworks is included - but
> not in 'nix versions : it has additional dependencies such as Qt. Happy
> TeXing.
>>> ?en
>>> --
>>> `I shall take my mountains', said Lu-Tze. `The climate will be good for
> them.'     -- Small Gods
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