Migrating to X.org with portupgrade

Wilkinson, Alex alex.wilkinson at dsto.defence.gov.au
Tue Aug 17 20:11:31 PDT 2004

	0n Wed, Aug 18, 2004 at 12:22:52PM +0930, Daniel O'Connor wrote: 

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	Running the following worked for me..
	sudo portupgrade -l /tmp/portupgrade.log -L /tmp/portupgrade- -o devel/imake-6  imake-4*
	sudo portupgrade -l /tmp/portupgrade.log -L /tmp/portupgrade- -o x11/xorg-libraries  XFree86-libraries
	sudo portupgrade -l /tmp/portupgrade.log -L /tmp/portupgrade- -o x11/xorg-clients  XFree86-clients
	sudo portupgrade -l /tmp/portupgrade.log -L /tmp/portupgrade- -o x11-servers/xorg-server  XFree86-Server
	sudo portupgrade -l /tmp/portupgrade.log -L /tmp/portupgrade- -o x11/xorg-documents  XFree86-documents
	sudo portupgrade -l /tmp/portupgrade.log -L /tmp/portupgrade- -o x11-fonts/xorg-fonts-truetype  XFree86-fontScalable
	sudo portupgrade -l /tmp/portupgrade.log -L /tmp/portupgrade- -o x11-fonts/xorg-fonts-100dpi  XFree86-font100dpi
	sudo portupgrade -l /tmp/portupgrade.log -L /tmp/portupgrade- -o x11-fonts/xorg-fonts-75dpi  XFree86-font75dpi
	sudo portupgrade -l /tmp/portupgrade.log -L /tmp/portupgrade- -o x11-fonts/xorg-fonts-type1  XFree86-fontDefaultBitmaps
	sudo portupgrade -l /tmp/portupgrade.log -L /tmp/portupgrade- -o x11-fonts/xorg-fonts-cyrillic  XFree86-fontCyrillic
	sudo portupgrade -l /tmp/portupgrade.log -L /tmp/portupgrade- -o x11-fonts/xorg-fonts-encodings  XFree86-fontEncodings
	sudo portupgrade -l /tmp/portupgrade.log -L /tmp/portupgrade- -o x11/xorg -f XFree86

What's the point in doing each port separately when you could have just done:

# portupgrade -Rrav


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