dougb at FreeBSD.org
Sat Aug 11 22:43:57 UTC 2012
On 08/11/2012 14:17, ajtiM wrote:
> I updated libogg to version 1.3.0,4 with postmaster and on the end of look
> like succes I got also:
> Registering installation for libogg-1.3.0,4
> ===> No ORIGIN in /var/db/pkg/libogg-1.3.0,4/+CONTENTS
The package data got corrupted somehow when you installed it.
> Than I try as instructions in /usr/ports/UPDATE says:
> portmaster -r libogg
> and I got:
> The argument to -r must match only one port.
This is related to the first problem.
I also saw your followup. First, make sure that you don't have any more
weirdness with libogg by doing this: pkg_info libogg\*
You should get "pkg_info: can't find package 'libogg*' installed or in a
file!" If you get output that lists a port you somehow have the lib
installed multiple times. If that's the case, do 'pkg_delete -f libogg\*'
Once that's done, do this:
portmaster -R -r libogg-1.3.0,4
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