Oooooops: make deinstall
Michael C. Shultz
reso3w83 at verizon.net
Sun Dec 26 18:08:47 PST 2004
On Sunday 26 December 2004 04:51 pm, Tom Vilot wrote:
> I inadvertently invoked make deinstall from /usr/ports, thinking I
> was in the directory of the port I wanted to 'make deinstall && make
> I wasn't.
> I'm in the process of re-installing those ports I installed and
> depend on (firefox, thunderbird, etc).
> But ... since I control-c'ed the ill-chosen 'make deinstall', I'm
> sure I have left my package database in a rather un-tidy state.
> Is there an easy way to say, either with portupgrade or make or any
> other tool, the equivalent of:
> "what ports are installed? Are they *really* installed?
> What do they depend on? Are those installed? Are they *really*
> Of course I can do portupgrade -l "<" -O, but I think my question is:
> does that tell me if my system is actually clean?
sysutils/portmanager will get the dependent ports back in order, install
it and run portmanager -u
> Also --- is there some way of looking at an "audit trail" or some way
> that I can see what ports/packages I had previously installed before
> I accidentally did make deinstall?
> Thanks ...
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