--- Jonathan Horne <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:


> sounds interesting enough.  if you will supply the
> portmanager command syntax, 
> ill supply the test computer, and post the results.

I guess I would want to run portmanager in a force
update mode.

        portmanager -u -f -l -y

should do it. It will create a log in
/var/log/portmanager.log so at least we can see what
transpires. The '-y' flag may not be necessary, but
should not hurt. It will force it to answer yes to any
questions. The only problem that I could forsee is the
building of Java. Those files would have to be
download prior to the build and installed in the
/usr/ports/distfiles directory. I think portmanager by
default does not do Java. That means that the
pm-020.conf file will have to be modified. Not a big
deal though.


White Hat 

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