Error when using 'portupgrade -ay' (and several others) [Second
gmiller at classic-games.com
Sat Aug 1 18:14:02 UTC 2009
Jens Rasmus Liland wrote:
> So what command am I supposed to run?
> On Sat, Aug 1, 2009 at 4:50 PM, Barney Wolff <barney at databus.com> wrote:
>> I got around this by using -k. Dependencies are a maze of twisty
>> little passages, all alike. I'll take my chances with the grue.
>> On Sat, Aug 01, 2009 at 04:17:17PM +0200, Jens Rasmus Liland wrote:
>>> I'm getting really weird problems when trying to upgrade my ports. I've
>>> already discussed this with Dan Naumov on the stable mailing list, and he
>>> out of ideas on what I am to do. I've tried to fix the problem using many
>>> different methods (i.e. csup stable-ports-supfile; Portmaster -a/-af,
>>> portupgrade -ay, nuking the entire ports tree and then doing fetch ports;
>>> extract, and similar stuff), but everyone seems to get the same error,
>>> not come any further. The ports my system is trying to update is not in
>>> ports tree anymore either, so it is really strange that it is trying to
>>> update it self.
And a pkgdb -F didn't take care of this?
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