On 4/14/06, Ashley Moran <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > > On Apr 14, 2006, at 10:15 am, Michael Nottebrock wrote: > > > Hello Ashley, > > > > Did you see this part? > > > >>>>> Has it really not been fixed in all this time? > >>> This isn't an error in KOffice - take a look at the actual > >>> problem report: > >>> http://www.freebsd.org/cgi/query-pr.cgi?pr=92408 > >>> > >>> (Executive summary: Reinstall graphics/ImageMagick.) > > > Hi > > Yes - thanks - I got that and eventually got round to updating > ImageMagick late yesterday. I seem to be having two major problems > lately- my package database is fubarred and everything needs a > recompile before it will work, and I don't get enough sleep, so I > don't see solutions that are right in front of my eyes!!! > > Thanks again to the guy who posted the koffice 1.5 port (I think that > was Nikolas - I don't have access to all my e-mails as I'm at home, > and my work machine deletes list messages from the server.) > Unfortunately when I tried it it wouldn't work, and I reverted to > 1.4. It gave me a new dependency that conflicted with a package I've > already got installed. I can't remember either of the package names > though <---- sleeplessnes strikes again. > > Still it's all working now, and I've got an up-to-date KDE > installation for the first time in months. >
If it's been a few months since you last updated your ports then no the koffice 1.5 package won't work for you. what version of FreeBSD are you running and if you have not updated your ports in months you better read /usr/ports/UPDATING becouse you will have to delete all installed ports/packages and reinstall them. This is why: 20060223: AFFECTS: all ports using libtool as part of the build process AUTHOR: [EMAIL PROTECTED] The way in which ports that require libtool to build has been completely reworked to bring the ports system in line with other environments, such as Linux, and pkgsrc. devel/libtool13 no longer exists. devel/libtool15 has been modified to (a) install in the canonical locations and (b) remove a number of long-standing FreeBSD-specific patches that resulted in a very different libtool than is present on other systems. The main visible change will be that a large number of ports have had their plists modified (we now install libtool .la archives) and, as such, PORTREVISIONS have been bumped on ~2000 ports (roughly 1/7th of the tree). Unfortunately, there is no simple upgrade path. Short of removing all packages and reinstalling from scratch, the only other viable alternative would be careful use of portupgrade. Given the large number of different ways in which libtool is used by other ports in the tree, this is a process that is likely to vary considerably from system to system, and as such, folks should be very mindful of running automatic updating software, such as portupgrade, making extensive use of the -n flag (and equivalents for other updaters) to see what will actually be rebuilt, before actually performing the upgrade. The good news is that the system now in place will make the handling of libtool-using ports considerably easier going forward. 20060220: AFFECTS: users of lang/perl5.8 AUTHOR: [EMAIL PROTECTED] lang/perl5.8 has been updated to 5.8.8. You should update everything depending on perl. The easiest way to do that is to use perl-after-upgrade script supplied with lang/perl5.8. Please see its manual page for details. 20060202: AFFECTS: users of textproc/expat2 AUTHOR: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Users of expat2 (and its many dependencies) should do the following to properly update expat2 and all of its dependencies: portupgrade -rf textproc/expat2 -- BSD Podcasts @ http://bsdtalk.blogspot.com/ _______________________________________________ email@example.com mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"