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Thu Mar 5 08:52:06 UTC 2020
On dj., març 05 2020, Yuri Pankov wrote:
> On 05.03.2020 09:56, Jacques Foucry wrote:
>> Hello folks,
>> I recently upgrade my laptop from 12.1-RELEASE-p1 to
>> 12.1-RELEASE-p2 add it
>> seems something went wrong. When I try to install a new pkg I
>> got an error:
>> [1/3] Fetching enigma-1.21.txz: 100% 52 MiB 621.8kB/s
>> pkg: cached package enigma-1.21: size mismatch, fetching from
>> [2/3] Fetching enigma-1.21.txz: 100% 52 MiB 693.5kB/s
>> pkg: cached package enigma-1.21: size mismatch, cannot continue
>> Consider running 'pkg update -f'
>> pkg update -f run an error too:
OTOH this hint to run 'pkg update -f' is pretty awesome :-D.
That's a whole class of questions that will never happen again \o/
("what does size mismatch, cannot continue mean?").
>> Updating FreeBSD repository catalogue...
>> Fetching meta.conf: 100% 163 B 0.2kB/s 00:01
>> Fetching packagesite.txz: 100% 6 MiB 806.6kB/s 00:08
>> Processing entries: 63%
>> pkg: wrong architecture: FreeBSD:12.0:amd64 instead of
>> pkg: repository FreeBSD contains packages with wrong ABI:
>> Processing entries: 100%
>> Unable to update repository FreeBSD
>> Error updating repositories!
>> Seems there is still olds references of package from 12.0
>> I tried pkg check, pkg cache, etc but the error is still there.
>> Any advice are welcome.
>> Thanks in advance,
> TL;DR: it's being worked on and new builds are already in
> progress (AFAIK).
This was already solved for 13-current yesterday IIRC and indeed
it looks like it's working fine on 12.1-release for me now.
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