On Mon, 20 Oct 2003 11:04:20 +0100, Matthew Seaman wrote
> On Mon, Oct 20, 2003 at 05:31:49PM +0800, Michael Lee(HINET) wrote:
> > Now I know the way to manipulate the actions of portupgrade for not
> > upgrading everything.
> > I just posted earlier another question for portupgrade not being able to
> > upgrade
> > the installed apache-1.3.27_4 to apache-1.3.28
> You should just be able to 'pkg_delete -f apache-1.3.27_4' and then
> 'portinstall www/apache' and then run 'pkgdb -Fvu' and everything
> should be happy.
Yes it worked. Thank you.
There is one thing that I am not sure of. I read again an article in FreeBSD
and it said that if I force it to pkg_delete a certain package that other
packages depend on,
there might be problems of broken dependencies.
I tried the way you teach me first then read the article and then I decided
to first uninstall them all
and do the portupgrade -N again from the begining.
After the whole installation process, pkg_version shows me that every
packages installed are consistent
to the port tree. ( and it is good to me )
Thank you again for your help.
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