On Mon, Sep 04, 2006 at 02:00:20PM -0700, Dr. Jennifer Nussbaum wrote: > > Kris Kennaway <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: On Mon, Sep 04, 2006 at 04:52:08AM > -0700, Dr. Jennifer Nussbaum wrote: > > > > For example if i try to run "portversion" i get: > > > > > > undefined method `each' for nil:NilClass > > > /usr/local/sbin/portversion:239: [BUG] Bus Error > > > > > > from Ruby (ruby 1.8.5 is up to date on the system). > > > > :> pkgdb -f > > > > ~ $ sudo pkgdb -f > > ~ $ portversion > > undefined method `each' for nil:NilClass > > /usr/local/sbin/portversion:239: [BUG] Bus Error > > ruby 1.8.5 (2006-08-25) [i386-freebsd4] > > > > Abort trap (core dumped) > > ~ $ > > ::>Check the manpage, probably I meant pkgdb -fu > > Sorry, i dont understand what im checking hte manpage to > have it do. Running pkgdb -fu does rebuild the package > database, but i get the same Bus Error thing from Ruby > as above.
Running which version of portupgrade? Also try 'cd /usr/ports; make fetchindex' first. > > > If i try to run "pkg_info" I quickly get: > > > > > > pkg_info: read_plist: bad command '@conflicts apache+ipv6-1.*' > > > > :> Deinstall the package that was built for a later version of > > :> FreeBSD. > > > > KrisHow do i tell which this is? Most of this box seems to be compiled > > from ports, not installed packages. apache+ipv6 is not installed. > > > > ~ $ pkg_info > > ImageMagick-nox11-220.127.116.11 Image processing tools > > analog-6.0_1,1 An extremely fast program for analysing WWW logfiles > > pkg_info: read_plist: bad command '@conflicts apache+ipv6-1.*' > > ~ > > ::>grep -r @conflicts /var/db/pkg and remove all listed packages. > > Kris > Which listed packages? The output of this grep looks like: > /var/db/pkg/mysql-server-4.1.20/+CONTENTS:@conflicts mysql-server-3.* > /var/db/pkg/mysql-server-4.1.20/+CONTENTS:@conflicts mysql-server-4.[02-9].* > /var/db/pkg/mysql-server-4.1.20/+CONTENTS:@conflicts mysql-server-5.* > > But i dont want to remove mysql-server-4.1.20, because this seems > to be the version that is actively running on this machine, and i dont > want to disable it. Same for apache+mod_ssl, which accounts for > alot of the other conflicts. You need to recognize that you've got the system into a damaged state already, so it's going to take further intrusive work to repair it. > Also, when i try to delete one of the ports that seemed less > critical, even that didnt work: > ~ $ sudo pkg_delete -f jade-1.2.1_9 > pkg_delete: package 'jade-1.2.1_9' is required by these other packages > and may not be deinstalled (but I'll delete it anyway): > sgmlformat-1.7_2 > pkg_delete: read_plist: bad command '@conflicts sp-1.*' > ~ > > ...and jade-1.2.1_9 is still there. > > Thank you again for your continued attention, Kris. What happens if you try to reinstall it from the port, setting FORCE_PKG_REGISTER? Kris
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