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You must run 'portsnap extract' before running 'portsnap update'. ) extracting ports tree: I think the main problem (root cause) was a / filesystem corruption I had 1 week ago, that prevented me to boot.
This set of files is used for building and installing applications on Free BSD, and other BSD-based operating systems.
Today, many ports are maintained by special task forces or sub-projects, each with a dedicated mailing list (e.g.
All commands are issued as the root user or by simulating the root user by using the command Now that the Ports Collection has been updated and portmaster installed, let’s check the installed ports against the updated Ports Collection to see whether any installed ports need to be updated.
portmaster provides a way to list ports that need updating using the -L option: : Ports listed under this category have dependencies but are not depended upon by other ports.
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/usr/sbin/portsnap: cannot create /usr/ports/INDEX-7: No such file or directory [[email protected] ~]# [[email protected] ~]# [[email protected] ~]# portsnap fetch && portsnap update && portmaster -ad Looking up portsnap. Each installed port will be listed in one of these categories along with whether the port has a revised version available: contains all the last minute notes on all of the ports in the Ports Collection and documents, where applicable, some of the problems you may encounter when updating, and/or additional features or options that may be available.Follow the instructions contained in ) before “deinstalling” the existing port, allowing those libraries to potentially be restored if there are any incompatibility issues between the new port and the installed libraries.This post will describe how to use portmaster, a utility for updating installed ports.portmaster is nothing more than a shell script (albeit a quite elegant and powerful one), written in /bin/sh.