> I was finally able to run corefx tests on FreeBSD 11.0 (without outerloop
> Total passed: 144208
> Total failed: 2622
> Total skipped 207
> I will update dotnet/corefx/wiki/Building-.NET-Core--2.x-on-FreeBSD with
> I will file specific issues and tag them with with os-freebsd and
> Hi I just dropped a twitter to Karel (suddenly feel less smart) and
> this was his response:
> "Yep, I was poking at a plan internally first. Got some hinys and will
> reply tomorrow. Tomas even made some progress ."
> On Tue, Sep 5, 2017 at 12:24 PM, Russell Haley <[hidden email]>
> > On Tue, Sep 5, 2017 at 11:52 AM, David Naylor <[hidden email]>
> >> On Monday, 4 September 2017 10:54:21 Geoffrey Huntley wrote:
> >>> See https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NHllisWOCpU and
> >>> https://twitter.com/GeoffreyHuntley/status/904227946084294656 > >>
> >> Hi Geoffrey
> >> It is great to hear there is more interest in finishing the port of
> .NET Core
> >> to FreeBSD (and, I hope, to have ports living in the Port's Collection).
> >> Would it be possible for you to put me (and the mono@ mailing list) in
> >> with Karel and Tomas - I'm not on Twitter.
> >> I'll reply to this email (dropping ports@ and advocacy@) with more
> >> details.
> >> Regards
> >> David
> > Just an FYI: I found Karel's email address and dropped him a private
> > message for more information (I also don't use twitter). I wanted to
> > wait for permission before publishing any information on the mono
> > mailing list (including his email address etc).
> > I had the DotNet CORE and CLR running on FreeBSD using the
> > instructions posted way back when. I also asked about more information
> > a few months back on the DotNet forums but I can't find the message.
> > The response was that "nothing was happening at the time".
> > http://forums.dotnetfoundation.org/ > >
> > Cheers,
> > Russ