--- Aaron Holmes <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Jim Angstadt wrote: > > Hi All, > > > > Having run "portmanager -u" several times now, I > am > > very pleased to say that my times have decreased > from > > an initial 38 hours to about 2 hours, per run. > > > > Along the way, I have cleaned up "conflicts" and > did > > "pkg_delete" on several applications that were > > "included in base" or that really were not needed. > > > > Now I'm faced with situations where I don't have a > > clue. Below is partial output from "portmanager > -s". > > I have manipulated each line to avoid line > wrapping > > problems, I hope. > > > > 00129 have:cdrtools-2.01_4 > > /sysutils/cdrtools > > OLD available: cdrtools-2.01_5 > > 00131 have:libcdio-0.76_1 > > /sysutils/libcdio > > OLD available: libcdio-0.77 > > 00141 have:dvd+rw-tools-6.1 > > /sysutils/dvd+rw-tools > > built with OLD dependency: cdrtools-2.01_5 > > 00186 have:nautilus-cd-burner-2.14.1 > > /sysutils/nautilus-cd-burner > > built with OLD dependency: cdrtools-2.01_5 > > 00250 have:sound-juicer-2.14.3 > > /audio/sound-juicer > > OLD available: sound-juicer-2.14.3_1 > > 00255 have:gnome2-2.14.1 > > /x11/gnome2 > > built with OLD dependency: sound-juicer-2.14.3_1 > > > > In the case of cdrtools or libcdio or > sound-juicer, > > I think this is telling me that I have an older > > version installed and a newer version is > available. > > > > What should I do in this situation? > > > > In the case of dvd+rw-tools or nautilus-cd-burner > or > > gnome2, apparently I have a solid-gold chance to > mess > > up dependencies. > > > > What should I do here? > > > > Please note that I am new to FreeBSD and have a > very > > limited exposure to using "make" to build > packages. > > Any links to dealing with portmanager output > > would be appreciated. > > > > Jim [...] > Is it absolutely necessary for you to update these > dependencies? > If it is, you can try portupgrade <port> but that my > very well break > everything :p So far, the few apps that I have used appear to work as expected, but I have not tested many that I hope to use. I was under the impression that it is desirable and reasonable to resolve portmanager output. Is this a mistaken idea? Thanks, Jim __________________________________________________ Do You Yahoo!? Tired of spam? Yahoo! Mail has the best spam protection around http://mail.yahoo.com _______________________________________________ firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"