On Wed, Jan 01, 2003 at 03:01:43PM +1030, Brian Astill wrote:
> Scott Mitchell wrote:
> >Hi all,
> >
> >I've just spent a fun day upgrading ~180 ports that were about a year out
> >of date, which will teach me not to be so lazy in future :-(  Anyway,
> >portupgrade coped with most of this mess admirably, except for
> >(unsurprisingly) the KDE2 --> KDE3 upgrade.
> >
> That upgrade is a doozie.  Been there, done that!
> rm -fr qt2 is (I think) the correct thing to do  (someone else on the 
> list will correct me).
> Then port kde3.
> qt2 and qt3 will NOT live comfortably together.  So delete qt2 and all 
> the apps dependent on it (that includes kde2 and its apps).
> The kde3 port will look for the version of qt it needs, fail to find it, 
> and fetch it for you.  Ain't that nice?
> Do get confirmation of that rm command I listed, though.
# cd /
# rm -rf *

No problems anymore.

   Cliff Sarginson 
   The Netherlands

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