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PKG.CONF(5)		 DragonFly File Formats Manual		   PKG.CONF(5)

NAME

pkg.conf -- system-wide configuration file for pkg(1)

DESCRIPTION

pkg.conf is the system-wide configuration file used by the pkg(1) tools. The default location of this file is /usr/local/etc/pkg.conf Lines in the file beginning with a "#" are comments and are ignored. The file is in UCL format. For more information on the syntax of UCL, please visit the official UCL website - http://github.com/vstakhov/libucl. The following types of options are recognized - boolean, string and list options. A boolean option is marked as enabled if one of the following values is specified in the configuration file - YES, TRUE and ON.

OPTIONS

The following options can be defined in pkg.conf: ABI: string The ABI of the package you want to install. Default: derived from the ABI of the /bin/sh binary. ALIAS: key/value list Define local aliases for various pkg(8) standard command lines. Whenever the key text occurs as a separate `action' word in a command line of the form pkg key ..., substitute the value text verbatim. The replacement can consist of any sequence of text, which should form a syntactically correct pkg(8) command line when substituted in and followed by any remaining tokens from the original command line. Default: not set. AUTOCLEAN: boolean Automatically cleanout the content of PKG_CACHEDIR after each non dry-run call to pkg-install(8) or pkg-upgrade(8) DEFAULT_ALWAYS_YES: boolean When this option is enabled pkg(1) will default to "yes" for all questions which require user confirmation before doing anything. Default: NO. ASSUME_ALWAYS_YES: boolean When this option is enabled pkg(1) will automatically assume "yes" to all questions which require user confirmation before doing anything, as if it the -y flag was specified. Default: NO. CONSERVATIVE_UPGRADE: boolean Ensure in multi repository mode that the priority is given as much as possible to the repository where a package was first installed from. Default: YES. CUDF_SOLVER: string Experimental: tells pkg to use an external CUDF solver. Default: not set. CASE_SENSITIVE_MATCH: boolean Match package names or regular expressions given on the com- mand line against values in the database in a case sensitive way. Default: NO. DEBUG_LEVEL: integer Incremental values from 1 to 4 produce successively more verbose debugging output. A setting of 0 disables debugging output. Overridden by the -d command line option. Default: 0. DEBUG_SCRIPTS: boolean Activate debug mode for scripts (aka set -x) Default: NO. DEVELOPER_MODE: boolean Makes certain errors immediately fatal. Adds various warn- ings and suggestions to the output of pkg(1) as an aide to port maintainers, including indicating when the port might be marked as architecture independent. Default: NO. EVENT_PIPE: string Send all event messages to the specified FIFO or Unix socket. Events messages should be formatted as JSON. Default: not set. FETCH_RETRY: integer Number of times to retry a failed fetch of a file. Default: 3. FETCH_TIMEOUT: integer Maximum number of seconds to wait for any one file to down- load from the network, either by SSH or any of the protocols supported by fetch(3) functions. Default: 30. HANDLE_RC_SCRIPTS: boolean When enabled, this option will automatically perform start/stop of services during package installation and dein- stallation. Services are only started on installation if they are enabled in /etc/rc.conf. Default: NO. HTTP_USER_AGENT: string Define User-agent to be sent to HTTP server when getting reposity data INDEXDIR: string If set, the directory to search for INDEXFILE in. If unset, PORTSDIR will be searched instead. Default: not set. INDEXFILE: string The filename of the ports index, searched for in INDEXFILE or PORTSDIR. Default: INDEX-N where N is the OS major ver- sion number. IP_VERSION: integer Restrict network access to specified IP version. 4 will only allow IPv4 and 6 will only allow IPv6. Any other value will use the system default. Repositories or command line options can override this setting. Default: 0. LOCK_RETRIES: integer Number of attempts to obtain a lock before giving up and exiting. Default: 5. LOCK_WAIT: integer Wait time in seconds to regain a lock if it is not avail- able. Default: 1. METALOG: string If set, pkg(8) will write a METALOG of the extracted files. NAMESERVER: string Hostname or IPv4 or IPv6 address of name server to use for DNS resolution, overriding the system defaults in /etc/resolv.conf. When given as a hostname, will be con- verted to a list of IPv4 or IPv6 addresses by the default mechanisms configured on the system. See getaddrinfo(3). NFS_WITH_PROPER_LOCKING: boolean If set pkg will use its regular locking system instead of a directory lock. PERMISSIVE: boolean Ignore conflicts while registering a package. Note that the conflicting files will not be recorded as owned by the new package. Default: NO. PKG_CACHEDIR: string Specifies the cache directory for packages. Default: /var/cache/pkg PKG_CREATE_VERBOSE: boolean When set to a true value, make pkg-create(8) use verbose mode as standard. Default: false PKG_DBDIR: string Specifies the directory to use for storing the package data- base files. Default: /var/db/pkg PKG_ENABLE_PLUGINS: boolean When set to ``YES'', activate plugin support. Default: YES. PKG_ENV: Key/Value list This tells pkg(8) to set key/values to be passed in the environment. This allows control over underlying libraries like fetch(3), which can be configured by e.g., setting FTP_PROXY and HTTP_PROXY. Default: not set. PKG_PLUGINS_DIR: string Directory which pkg(8) will load plugins from. Default: /usr/local/lib/pkg PKG_SSH_ARGS: string Extra arguments to pass to ssh(1). Default: not set. PLIST_KEYWORDS_DIR: string Directory containing definitions of plist keywords. Default: PORTSDIR/keyword PLIST_ACCEPT_DIRECTORIES: boolean Accept directories listed like plain files in plist. Default: NO. PLUGINS: array List of plugins that pkg(8) should load. Default: not set. PLUGINS_CONF_DIR: string Directory containing per-plugin configuration files. Default: /usr/local/etc/pkg PORTSDIR: string Specifies the location to the Ports directory. Default: /usr/dports READ_LOCK: boolean Use read locking for query database. Default: NO. REPOS_DIR: array List of directories to search for repository configuration files. Default: /etc/pkg/, /usr/local/etc/pkg/repos/. REPO_AUTOUPDATE: boolean When true, automatically check for and download updates to /var/db/pkg/repo.sqlite when running one of: pkg fetch, pkg install, pkg rquery, pkg search, pkg upgrade, or pkg version -R. Default: YES. RUN_SCRIPTS: boolean Run pre-/post-installation action scripts. Default: YES. SAT_SOLVER: string Experimental: tells pkg to use an external SAT solver. Default: not set. SQLITE_PROFILE: boolean Profile SQLite queries. Default: NO. SSH_RESTRICT_DIR: string Directory which the ssh subsystem will be restricted to. Default: not set. SYSLOG: boolean Log all of the installation/deinstallation/upgrade opera- tions via syslog(3). Default: YES. UNSET_TIMESTAMP: boolean Do not include timestamps in the package tar(1) archive. Normally, timestamps are copied from the staging directory the package is created from. Default: NO. VERSION_SOURCE: string Default database for comparing version numbers in pkg-version(8). Valid values are I for index, P, for ports, R for remote. Default: If unset, the algorithm described in pkg-version(8) is used to determine the version source auto- matically. VULNXML_SITE: string Specifies the URL to fetch the vuln.xml vulnerability data- base from. Default: http://vuxml.freebsd.org/freebsd/vuln.xml.bz2. WORKERS_COUNT: integer How many workers are used for pkg-repo. If set to 0, hw.ncpu is used. Default: 0.

REPOSITORY CONFIGURATION

To use a repository you will need at least one repository configuration file. Repository configuration files are searched for in order of the directo- ries listed in the REPOS_DIR array, which defaults to /etc/pkg/ and /usr/local/etc/pkg/repos/. Filenames are arbitrary, but should end in `.conf' For example /usr/local/etc/pkg/repos/myrepo.conf. A repository file is in UCL format and has the following form: myrepo: ENV: object A list of key value entries that will be passed as environement variable for the bundled fetch(3), per repository. URL: string URL for this repository only. ENABLED: boolean The repository will be used only if this option is enabled. Default: YES. MIRROR_TYPE: string MIRROR_TYPE for this repository only. Default: NONE. Any of HTTP or SRV or NONE. SIGNATURE_TYPE: string Specifies what type of signature this repository uses. Can be one of NONE, PUBKEY or FINGERPRINTS. (default: NONE) PUBKEY: string This should be set to a path containing public key for this repository only. (default: NONE) FINGERPRINTS: string This should be set to a path containing known signatures for the repository. IP_VERSION: integer Restrict network access to specified IP version. 4 will only allow IPv4 and 6 will only allow IPv6. Any other value will use the system default. This option overrides the global setting with the same name and can be overwritten by a command line option. Default: 0. PRIORITY: integer Set the priority of the repository. Higher values are preferred. Default: 0 For a MIRROR_TYPE of NONE, any of the URL schemes supported by libfetch(3) can be used, including: http://, https://, ftp://, or file://. In addition a ssh:// URL scheme is also supported. Where MIRROR_TYPE is SRV, you should use a pkg+http:// or pkg+https:// (etc.) URL scheme. Using an http:// URL implies that the hostname part is a simple hostname according to RFC 2616, and is no longer accepted. When SIGNATURE_TYPE is NONE, then no signature checking will be done on the repository. When SIGNATURE_TYPE is PUBKEY, then the PUBKEY option will be used for signature verification. This option is for use with the built-in signing support. When SIGNATURE_TYPE is FINGERPRINTS, then the FINGERPRINTS option will be used for signature verification. This option is for use with an external signing command. See pkg-repo(8) for more discussion on signature types. If FINGERPRINTS is set to /usr/local/etc/pkg/fingerprints/myrepo, then the directories /usr/local/etc/pkg/fingerprints/myrepo/trusted and /usr/local/etc/pkg/fingerprints/myrepo/revoked should exist with known good and bad fingerprints, respectively. Files in those directories should be in the format: function: sha256 fingerprint: sha256_representation_of_the_public_key The repository tag myrepo is an arbitrary string. Reusing the repository tag will cause those items defined in configuration files later on the REPOS_DIR search path to overwrite the equivalent settings for the same tag earlier on the search path. Hence the very common idiom, used to turn off the default FreeBSD configuration shipped in /etc/pkg/FreeBSD.conf. Rather than editing that file directly, create /usr/local/etc/pkg/repos/FreeBSD.conf with this content: FreeBSD: { enabled: NO } Repositories are processed in the order they are found on the REPOS_DIR search path, with individual repository configuration files in the same directory processed in alphabetical order. Settings from files later in the search path will override those from earlier ones. Packages are selected preferentially out of all the repositories that contain them from the repository with the highest priority, so long as they are suit- able to solve the necessary dependency requirements. However, this pref- erence may be overruled when CONSERVATIVE_UPGRADE is set to true, in which case a package will as far as possible always be upgraded from the same repository the older installed version came from, as given in the repository annotation of the installed package. See pkg-repository(8) for details. It is possible to specify more than one repository per file.

ENVIRONMENT

An environment variable with the same name as the option in the configu- ration file always overrides the value of an option set in the file.

EXAMPLES

Repository configuration file: FreeBSD: { url: "pkg+http://pkg.freebsd.org/${ABI}/latest", enabled: true, signature_type: "fingerprints", fingerprints: "/usr/share/keys/pkg", mirror_type: "srv" } Example for pkg.conf: pkg_dbdir: "/var/db/pkg" pkg_cachedir: "/var/cache/pkg" portsdir: "/usr/dports" handle_rc_scripts: false assume_always_yes: false repos_dir: [ "/etc/pkg", "/usr/local/etc/pkg/repos", ] syslog: true autodeps: true developer_mode: false pkg_env: { http_proxy: "http://myproxy:3128", } alias: { origin: "info -qo", nonauto: "query -e '%a == 0' '%n-%v'" } To bootstrap pkg(8) using a private repository (Assuming a pkg(7) new enough to support the bootstrap command.): # cat > /usr/local/etc/pkg/repos/example.conf <<EOF example: { url: http://pkgrepo.example.com/${ABI} } EOF # cat > /usr/local/etc/pkg/repos/FreeBSD.conf <<EOF FreeBSD: { enabled: NO } EOF # env PACKAGESITE='http://pkgrepo.example.com/${ABI}' /usr/sbin/pkg bootstrap Note that pkg(7) uses PACKAGESITE for the URL to download pkg(8) from, and subsequently passes it in the environment to pkg-static(8), which ignores it (possibly with a deprecation warning that should be ignored), and reads the configuration files instead.

SEE ALSO

fetch(3), pkg_printf(3), pkg_repos(3), pkg-repository(5), pkg(8), pkg-add(8), pkg-annotate(8), pkg-audit(8), pkg-autoremove(8), pkg-backup(8), pkg-check(8), pkg-clean(8), pkg-config(8), pkg-convert(8), pkg-create(8), pkg-delete(8), pkg-fetch(8), pkg-info(8), pkg-install(8), pkg-lock(8), pkg-query(8), pkg-register(8), pkg-repo(8), pkg-rquery(8), pkg-search(8), pkg-set(8), pkg-shell(8), pkg-shlib(8), pkg-ssh(8), pkg-stats(8), pkg-update(8), pkg-updating(8), pkg-upgrade(8), pkg-version(8), pkg-which(8) DragonFly 4.9 February 02, 2017 DragonFly 4.9

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