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is it normal? cpdavd_error_log FreeBSD release difference

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  1. cronist

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    ==> cpdavd_error_log <==
    lsof: WARNING: compiled for FreeBSD release 6.4-STABLE; this is 6.3-RELEASE.
    lsof: WARNING: compiled for FreeBSD release 6.4-STABLE; this is 6.3-RELEASE
     
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    Hmm.. looks like the error is related to lsof package for freebsd.
    Just try some lsof commands and see if they throw any errors.
     
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    solved - i reinstalled and it is OK now

    i reinstalled "lsof" from ports tree and now, all seems looks good.
    i think cpanel for FreeBSD is not stable yet...
     
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    always use FreeBSD ports tree

    yes i read about that before installation. so as always i use ports tree for package installation, deinstallation or upgrade.

    thanks...
     
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