lmclouth at mn.rr.com
Tue Jun 20 05:07:18 UTC 2006
It worked perfectly.
Lee Capps wrote:
> On Jun 19, 2006, at 11:28 AM, Bill Moran wrote:
>> In response to Bill Moran <wmoran at collaborativefusion.com>:
>>>> Lewis McLouth wrote:
>>>>> Also, if pkgdb.db was deleted, how do I rebuild the pkgdb.db?
>>>>> (pkgdb -f
>>>>> does not rebuild pkgdb.db, I just checked)
>>> portupgrade -an
>>> In order for portupgrade to analyze your packages, it needs to
>>> update the
>>> pkgdb. It will create it if it doesn't exist.
>> Nevermind. That's not working.
>> pkgdb -fu is failing as well. Shouldn't it generate the pkgdb if it
> I had the same trouble this morning. Apparently the 'portupgrade' port
> was broken this morning. a cvsup and desintall and reinstall of
> portupgrade worked for me. This will downgrade the port to the last
> stable version.
> Lee Capps
> Technology Specialist
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