How do you manage packages installation (with the Ansible package module) when there are multiple version of a specific package (let's say, vim) ?
Everytime I deploy new OpenBSD firewalls, I have to enforce the wanted version of many packages in an items list, which is very painful
@DarkCoinCoin the openbsd_pkg modules does not seem to support this
@angristan I was using the generic package module, but thanks to the openbsd_pkg I can make some packages (such as mtr or rsync) working just by adding "--" (mtr--).
For postfix, on the other hand, I can't find a valid syntax to chose the default flavour of a specific branch (such as postfix-3.4). Tried "postfix--%3.4", "postfix%3.4--" and some others...
Is FreeBSD pkgng is compatible with OpenBSD?
If yes, it may helps you
Otherwise I'm afraid to not be able to help you
@duponin It's not
But maybe I'll give FreeBSD a try for my next firewalls
Even if pfsense and opnsense use FreeBSD, OpenBSD may be a better/more secure solution for a Firewall
Unless you use really specific and dark PF rules, it should ok
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