I seem to have two xorg-server packages on a FreeBSD system of mine, and
I'm not sure why.  With one of them, there's no problem:

  xorg-server-1.4_10,1        =  up-to-date with port 

One of them won't upgrade:

  xorg-server-,1  <  needs updating (port has,1) 

  ** Port marked as IGNORE: x11-servers/xorg-server-snap:
          is outdated
  ** Listing the failed packages (-:ignored / *:skipped / !:failed)
          - x11-servers/xorg-server-snap (marked as IGNORE)

. . . and portaudit says it's vulnerable:

  Affected package: xorg-server-,1
  Type of problem: xorg -- multiple vulnerabilities.

Why do I have this xorg-server-,1 package?  It appears to be
nothing but an older version.  Should I remove it, or figure out how to
upgrade it?  Is it actually just an older version of the same package, or
is it a different/separate package entirely?

Any help figuring this out would be appreciated.

Chad Perrin [ content licensed PDL: http://pdl.apotheon.org ]
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