To do this, first install a tool called portupgrade with this command: Afterwards, your ports should all be up to date.
Note: I highly recommend taking a ZFS snapshot if possible before upgrading any ports.
Basically, you can add groups to the jail with the same Group ID as the ones on the host system.
From there you will be greeted with the Pydio configuration page.
On that page, start off by setting up “Admin access”.
Once you do so, you may follow their instructions and place your private key and your certificate in (using the mv or cp command): cd /usr/local/etc/nginx openssl genrsa -des3 -out 2048 openssl req -new -key -out openssl x509 -req -days 3650 -in -signkey -out cp orig openssl rsa -in orig -out If you want to change the max size for uploads via Pydio, edit the lines upload_max_filesize and post_max_size (the config above changes it to 5GBs).
To find your appropriate timezone, visit PHP’s List of Supported Timezones.
At the time of this post, the latest version includes GHC 7.6.3.
You can install the Platform by doing one of the following: source archive (version 220.127.116.11 at time of writing).
Alternatively, you can install a binary distribution of GHC and then build all of the needed tools yourself.
This requires more heavy lifting, but you gain the ability to use whatever packages you want (instead of whatever the Haskell Platform is bundled with).
I give credit to Ensconc3 from the Free NAS forums for providing the initial foundation that this tutorial was built on.