Greetings to all,
I’m proud to be upgrading from 4.2 – 6.1 this morning.
After the initial install, from disk one, I want to add some stuff that I
like AND make X work, KDE and all that .
With sysinstall, it tells me to put in disk 2 for some of the packages. It
starts to read them, then displays a great deal of “failure” to add package
Q: is this a common occurrence?
Is this what happens with 6.1?
It's possible that CD2 is corrupted and/or burned at an incompatible speed.
But if you have internet connectivity, just get them from the source:
# pkg_add -r x11-fonts/webfonts
will download and install them from the source, so you know you are getting
the latest and greatest.
Jonathan Arnold (mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED])
Daemon Dancing in the Dark, a FreeBSD weblog:
UNIX is user-friendly. It's just a bit picky about who its friends are.
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