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>> By the way, I had some problems installing flash7 from ports a
>> few days ago. It didn't like the size of the file and would fail
>> even if you downloaded from Adobe and copied to ports/disfiles. I
>> later did a 'portsnap fetch update' that must have gotten
>> updated makefiles and fixed that problems. Anybody else with that
>> issue should try updating the ports collection.
> Super you got it running. PS, I had to do that as well...
> rm /usr/ports/distfiles/flashplugin/fp7_archive.zip
> From full original instructions:
> Updating your ports (with portsnap or the cvsup) when trying to fix
> problems is always a good idea. Sometimes when everything seems
> busted the portupgrade tool can be helpful in rebuilding all your
> ports. Set it running before you go to bed, and ta-da, in the
> morning everything is working -- or completely broken :)
An other way to fix it in some ways is to run a make makesum to update
the distfile checksums
Aryeh M. Friedman
FloSoft Systems, Java Developer Tools
Developer, not business, friendly.
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