>Im trying to upgrade some ports, and have a problem with libcdio. At least i >think i do. > >When i try to upgrade, say, Nautilus (or a buncha other things), it dies in >the >end with a "libcdio-0.78.2_2 is already installed. You may wish to make >deinstall" >etc. message. > >But i did go to /usr/ports/sysytils/libcdio and make deinstall and make >reinstall, >and this was successful. I sync'd the ports collection again, but no luck. >Nothing >in UPDATING about this. > >Thanks! I've run into similar experiences with other ports, and what I have done to get it to work is to deinstall the complaining port (in this instance libcdio), and let the original port install it as a dependency instead of doing a "make reinstall".
-------------- Im afraid this didnt work either--whether libcdio is installed or not (and installing it seems to work fine), any other port that requires it tells me that it is installed and need to be make deinstalled and make reinstalled. Yet this doesnt work. Is there any other brute-force way to get around this? This is getting difficult. Thanks again, everyone. Jen _______________________________________________ firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"