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comment nslookup fails inside freebsd jail
Thank you for your reply :) Yea I'm getting it installed with portmaster. What I mean't is, first I will do portupgrade -NRFPP lang/perl5.14 on the host which will download on the host. I will then copy this file into the basejail created by qjail and then inside the jail I will do pkg_add /path/to/file/downloaded/perl5.14.tgz right?
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comment nslookup fails inside freebsd jail
Also, doing a pkg_add -r portupgrade gives me : Error: Unable to get ftp://ftp.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD/ports/amd64/packages-9.1-release/Latest/portup‌​grade.tbz: File unavailable (e.g., file not found, no access) Ok, I guess I can install portupgrade with portmaster
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comment nslookup fails inside freebsd jail
hey but how would I access the host from the jail? I would have to copy the package into the basejail first and then do pkg_add right?
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comment nslookup fails inside freebsd jail
Yep. Double checked : -rw-r--r-- 1 root wheel 70 Feb 24 03:14 resolv.conf
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comment nslookup fails inside freebsd jail
@ChrisS yes I did for all of them, the ones I created with ezjail and qjail.
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