Ports recompile for 13.0-RELEASE
kremels at kreme.com
Tue May 4 16:20:18 UTC 2021
On 04 May 2021, at 09:00, Ronald Klop <ronald-lists at klop.ws> wrote:
> On 5/4/21 4:10 PM, @lbutlr wrote:
>> With the move to FreeBSD 13.0 is there a simple (single step) way to reinstall all the current ports other than saving off a list of the ports and then stepping through that list to reinstall them? It was very inefficient when moving to 12.0 as many ports in the list, of course, were dependent on other ports, but then got recompiled, sometimes multiple times. I know I ended up in a make loop where came was compiled over and over again until I aborted, listed the current ports, differ on the previous ports, and picked a port I though would have a lot of reps to restart the compile. I then did this several more times to get back to where I had been on 11.x
> I used "portmaster -fa" in the past.
Yeah, that's what I tried wen moving to 12.0 from 11.4 and it left a lot of cleaning up.
>> (And yes, I've tried moving to poudrerie several times and we do not get on. At all.)
> Might help to do another attempt. Especially if you are using custom port settings instead of pkgs.
It just doesn't work the way my brain works, and I don't have a bunch of servers I need to keep updated, and the two servers I am running are different architecture. Something as simple as "hey, I want to install this one port" seemed overly complicated. I can see it's great when you have a cluster of servers and want to manage the updates on a dedicated server, but I don't need that.
# pkg-static upgrade -f
# portmaster install postfix dovecot
So far, so good (I thought I would have to also redo MariaDB but it all seems to be working now, mail did not work until I recompiled Dovecot and Postfix, but I was expecting that.
So far the only thing that is new is an error about pam_opie, but that's for a new thread.
Incredible! One of the worst performances of my career and they never
doubted it for a second.
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