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blog:setting_up_opengrok_in_a_freenas_11.2_iocage_jail [2019/06/25 00:12]
brett [Setting up Opengrok in a FreeNAS 11.2 iocage jail]
blog:setting_up_opengrok_in_a_freenas_11.2_iocage_jail [2019/06/25 00:15] (current)
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 # pkg install -y opengrok git # pkg install -y opengrok git
 +
 +# pkg info opengrok
 +opengrok-1.0
 +Name           : opengrok
 +Version ​       : 1.0
 +Installed on   : Tue May 14 09:04:03 2019 EDT
 +Origin ​        : devel/​opengrok
 +Architecture ​  : FreeBSD:​11:​*
 +Prefix ​        : /usr/local
 +Categories ​    : devel java
 +Licenses ​      : APACHE20, CDDL
 +Maintainer ​    : ports@FreeBSD.org
 +WWW            : http://​opengrok.github.io/​OpenGrok/​
 +Comment ​       : Fast and powerful code search and cross-reference engine
 +Options ​       :
 +        DOCS           : on
 +        RESIN3 ​        : off
 +        TOMCAT6 ​       : off
 +        TOMCAT7 ​       : off
 +        TOMCAT8 ​       : on
 +        TOMCAT85 ​      : off
 +Annotations ​   :
 +        repo_type ​     : binary
 +        repository ​    : FreeBSD
 +Flat size      : 20.5MiB
 +Description ​   :
 +OpenGrok is a fast source code search and cross reference engine.
 +It helps you search, cross-reference and navigate your source tree.  It can
 +understand various program file formats and version control histories like
 +Mercurial, Git, SCCS, RCS, CVS, Subversion, Teamware, ClearCase, Perforce
 +and Bazaar. ​ In other words it lets you grok (profoundly understand) the
 +open source, hence the name OpenGrok. ​ It is written in Java.
 +
 +WWW: http://​opengrok.github.io/​OpenGrok/​
 </​code>​ </​code>​
 This installs tomcat8 we need to autostart this. This installs tomcat8 we need to autostart this.