First I was directed to post the here because I posted to the stable mailing
list before re-reading what it's purpose is- I apologise-.
I am playing with freebsd 6 on a testing box. I Upgraded l from 6.0 to 6.1
because it looked like popular opinion is that it's got a number of
improvements After a few false starts and finally figuring what I did wrong it
went basicly ok.
I went to use sysinstall to install a few usefull looking items however I got
a error message:
"Release 6.1-p3 not found on server"
What is puzling is if I do essentially the samething: run pkg_add -f from the
command line I seem to get some of the packages I wanted-to install. Is this
normal? or did I do something wrong?
I am not entirely sure how fix this and any assistance is apreciated.
(The free-bsd etiquite note statements says I should mention what I have
done so far)
I have started by using google to see if anyone else has this problem. I
haven't found the problem on bulitin boards or the like (not yet anyway-i'll
look again in the morning)
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