On Wednesday 10 March 2004 01:13 am, Michael Hollmann wrote:
> thank´s,
>
> portupgrade -P kde
>
> that´s all what i need?

Probably not because I think you will need -PR kde for a first guess. In 
addition, that is a big jump going from 3.1 to 3.2. Whether you should 
pkg_delete kde-3.1 and add 3.2 from scratch is something I can't 
answer.

> is there anything else to do?

You will also probably want to download the packages from 
http://rabarber.fruitsalad.org/. I have always downloaded the files 
before I start because I want everything I need on my system before I 
begin.

Now, if you updated your ports lately, You system may not want to 
install 3.2.0 but 3.2.1 and fruitsalad only has packages for 3.2.0. You 
might wait until the 3.2.1 packages are on fruitsalad.

FWIW, I am typing this from kmail in 3.2.1 and I used 2 - AMD 2400+ XPs 
to build 3.2.1 in 7 hours elapsed time. I probably could have built 
3.2.1 faster using portupgrade -R kde but I had some problems and ended 
building each module individually and moved packages between the 2 
machines. I built each module once by sharing the packages. There 
wasn't a lot of time between building each module but you never seem to 
be there just when they finish.

Kent

>
> regards michael
>
> Frank Mueller schrieb:
> > Take a look at
> > http://freebsd.kde.org
> > There you'll find all information you need.
> >
> > Frank
> >
> >>thank´s a lot, but this takes to long, or not?
> >>is there another way without a clean install?
> >>
> >>thank´s michael
> >>
> >>Chuck McManis schrieb:
> >>>I found the easiest way was to start with a clean install, then
> >>> install cvsup, then cvsup ports, then install portupgrade and
> >>> then build kde from the ports tree. Took about 32 hours start to
> >>> finish on a 2.2Ghz Celeron. I wasted about a week trying to do it
> >>> without re-installing and was unsuccessful.
> >>>
> >>>--Chuck
> >>>
> >>>At 11:34 PM 3/9/2004, Michael Hollmann wrote:
> >>>>how can i easy upgrade the kde version?
> >>>>my actually version is 3.1.x and would like to upgrade to 3.2
> >>>>
> >>>>should i use portupgrade? is there a howto for it?
> >>>>
> >>>>thank´s for your help
> >>>>
> >>>>regards michael
> >>>>
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