portsnap and updates using cron

martin hudec corwin at aeternal.net
Wed Aug 31 16:32:13 GMT 2005


On Wed, Aug 31, 2005 at 11:28:03AM -0500 or thereabouts, Will Maier wrote:
> So what happens when you run:
>     # /usr/local/sbin/portsnap fetch
>     # /usr/local/sbin/portsnap update

  They are both running pretty well from command line.

> on the command line? Your portsnap.conf seems like it might be
> missing the GPG keyprint for the update distributor. I wonder what
> errors you get. Have you ever run `portsnap extract`?

  Here is full content of portsnap.conf located in /usr/local/etc/:

  # Defaults:


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