xfce4 broke after pkgdb -Ff
kayve at sfsu.edu
Thu May 17 19:11:18 UTC 2007
On Thu, 17 May 2007, John Nielsen wrote:
> On Thursday 17 May 2007 02:37:15 pm KAYVEN RIESE wrote:
>> On Thu, 17 May 2007, Lowell Gilbert wrote:
>>> Please don't top-post.
>>> KAYVEN RIESE <kayve at sfsu.edu> writes:
>>>> so the "-r" option will be the significant difference for the
>>>> portupgrade comamnd, just verifying
>>> Yes. Otherwise, you may end up with some of the ports that depend on
>>> pango being unable to use the new version.
>>> Make sure you look through the UPDATING file to see if there are any
>>> other issues you need to take special action for at the same time.
>> this guy seems to disagree
>> jnielsendotnet:Try what I asked in my first reply (deleting and
>> reinstalling pango manually), and see if you can get any error messages
>> from xfce.
>> If portupgrade -f is failing portupgrade -fr isn't likely to succeed
> Portupgrade with the -r option is very useful, and you will probably want to
> use it. My point was that _before_ you try that you should figure out why
> portupgrade is failing to upgrade pango, and/or upgrade it manually.
> Otherwise it will just keep failing.
i guess i can see how u guys r on the same page then. he says -r won't
help, u say it's nice. makes sense
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