Two firefoxes, 1.5 and 2.0,
script keeps running 1.5 instead of 2.0
odilist at sonic.net
Thu Apr 12 14:57:41 UTC 2007
On Thursday 12 April 2007 02:48, Gerard wrote:
> On Wednesday April 11, 2007 at 11:54:53 (PM) Oliver Iberien wrote:
> > I seem to have messed up with pkgdb -F when firefox 1.5 got deprecated,
> > and now have 1.5 installed without any clear way to get rid of it.
> > bsd# cd /usr/ports/www/firefox15/
> > bsd# make deinstall
> > ===> Deinstalling for www/firefox15
> > ===> firefox not installed, skipping
> > Deinstalling any other way gets rid of 2.0 instead of
> > 1.5. /usr/local/bin/firefox starts up 1.5 instead of 2.0 Does anyone
> > know the way out of this?
> Try this:
> pkg_delete -dfv firefox*
> Then run:
> pkgdb -aFfv
> portsclean -CDLPP
> Now update your ports and install the firefox version of your choice.
> Personally, I would use portmanager to install the port; however, the
> choice is yours.
Thanks for this... However, I can't get the first command to work:
bsd# pkg_delete -dfv firefox*
pkg_delete: No match.
Is there some other way to express this, or something to tweak in my shell I
have not done?
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