Portupgrade problem

Sergei Gnezdov use-reply-to at gnezdov.net
Fri Apr 8 12:29:28 PDT 2005

On 2005-04-08, Aperez <alfredoj69 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi
> I am having the following problem when I try to upgrade my ports:
> portupgrade -arR
> cd: can't cd to /usr/ports/multimedia/nautilus-media
> Port directory not found: multimedia/nautilus-media
> !multimedia/nautilus-media (nautilus-media-0.8.0_4) (port directory error)
> I checked in /usr/ports/multimedia and of course there is not such 
> directory.

>From /usr/ports/UPDATING

  AFFECTS: all users who have glib/gtk/gnome libraries installed
  AUTHOR: ahze at FreeBSD.org and the FreeBSD gnome team

  Gnome has been upgraded to 2.10 and gtk/glib to 2.6.
  DO NOT USE portupgrade(1) to update any gnome or gtk
  or any port that depends on them. Using portupgrade
  will cause problems and you will have to manually
  upgrade ports.  Please use the gnome_upgrade.sh
  script from

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