pkg install from ports list

Beeblebrox zaphod at
Tue Dec 3 08:48:04 UTC 2013

>>Oli Hauer wrote:
>> Using the $cat/$port notation has always worked.

Yes, but it seems not to work in "list file" situations

>> Not tested, but I suspect this will work.
>> pkg install `awk '{printf "%s ", $1}' $path/to/poudriere/portlist`

e17-module-winlist-ng-20130510 already installed
e17-module-winselector-20130510 already installed
e17-modules-20130510 already installed
pkg: No packages matching 'x11-wm/enlightenment' available in the

My pkg repo shows: pkg/All/enlightenment-0.17.5,2.txz

# pkg install x11-wm/enlightenment
Updating repository catalogue
enlightenment-0.17.5,2 already installed

I get the "No packages matching 'foo/bar' available in the repositories"
message for most of what is in the list, even when I do:
# pkg install -r myrepo `awk '{printf "%s ", $1}'

Thanks and Regards.

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