Topic: [OpenBSD] Bug report for installer
I am giving you a heads up regarding a recent OpenBSD development, part way through OpenBSD release 6.5 a new feature was implemented for -stable binary package updates.
For example, on OpenBSD 6.5 right now the PHP versions available are:
doas pkg_info -Q php php-7.1.32 php-7.2.22 php-7.3.9
But in the functions/packages.sh script in the installer it targets specific versions that are now out of date
# OpenBSD-6.5 OB_PKG_PHP_VER='-7.3.4' OB_PKG_OPENLDAP_SERVER_VER='-2.4.47p0' OB_PKG_OPENLDAP_CLIENT_VER='-2.4.47p0'
Instead of targeting specific versions you may want to just target major.minor and use fuzzy package installs like so
$ doas pkg_add -z php-7.3* quirks-3.124 signed on 2019-09-16T08:18:29Z https://openbsd.cs.toronto.edu/pub/OpenBSD//6.5/packages-stable/amd64/php-7.1.32.tgz: Requesting https://openbsd.cs.toronto.edu/pub/OpenBSD//6.5/packages-stable/amd64/php-7.1.32.tgz php-7.3.9:oniguruma-6.9.1: ok php-7.3.9:femail-1.0p1: ok php-7.3.9:femail-chroot-1.0p3: ok php-7.3.9: ok The following new rcscripts were installed: /etc/rc.d/php73_fpm See rcctl(8) for details. New and changed readme(s): /usr/local/share/doc/pkg-readmes/femail-chroot /usr/local/share/doc/pkg-readmes/php-7.3