Portupgrade used to be fun!!!
aarredon at cs.nmsu.edu
Sat Oct 27 02:35:31 PDT 2007
I used to have issues with portupgrade as well. I traced my problem to
using the wrong portupgrade. I have been using portupgrade for several
months without an issue ( except the Xorg 7 transition ). Make sure to
I also follow the following port method, as per the handbook suggestion:
method. This has worked without an issue for me. I am running FreeBSD
I hope this helps.
NMSU Computer Science Department
> On Sat, 27 Oct 2007, E. J. Cerejo wrote:
>> Not anymore! Every time I cvsup my ports tree and I see all of those
>> that need to be updated my belly aches and that's because portupgrade
>> work the way it used to work. It is not fun any more! Always an issue,
>> either a port conflicts with another port or it fails all together. I
>> forgotten the last time I updated my ports without any issues. Today
>> scrollkeeper is conflicting with rarian, they install files on the same
> Did you have a look at /usr/ports/UPDATING ?
> (I guess you have got a problem with the latest gnome.)
>> Go figure. Those were the days when it used to work.
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