Da Rock wrote:
Thanks, I'm going to give this a try today. I had to take some time last
night and redo my set up in the tech room. My Wife and I have an entire
bedroom we aren't using (3 bedroom house, one spare room for guests, and
one we weren't going to use) so we made one room a tech room with all
out computers, and other little gadget workshop
It can be tricky at first, and I'm not sure about the update-scan
utility you're using. Check out the handbook and just run the directions
portsnap update (or you can run "portsnap fetch update" in one go)
freebsd-update install (or all in one as above)
then (assuming you've installed portupgrade as you mentioned above)
If this doesn't work post back your errors and we can help you debug. If
there are no errors in running these steps then all is good! :)
If you want to check your programs are up to date then run the portsnap
steps again and run pkg_version -v. The freebsd-update steps will tell
you whether FreeBSD is up to date.
HTH and good luck.
After re-arranging some of the monitors and a desktop on my desk, I can
now use my BSD test box without neck strain heh.
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