Why don't you use portupgrade instead? You can install it via
/usr/ports/sysutils/portupgrade if you don't have it. Though I am not
certain if it works or even exists for FreeBSD 4.5

Anyway, if you do have it, try this:

pkg_info | grep php
portupgrade -Rr <output of previous command>



On 3/19/2004, "samy lancher" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

>Hello All,
>I have FreeBSD 4.5, apache 1.3.26_3 and mod_php4-4.2.2 . i wanted to upgrade php to 
>php4- so i downloaded php4-4.3.3,1.tgz to usr/ports/distfiles and gave the 
>port_update   -r   mod_php4-4.2.2   php4-4.3.3,1.tgz
>I noticed that php old version got uninstalled and the new one did not get installed. 
>Then in usr/ports/distfiles when i gave the command "pkg_add php4-4.3.3,1.tgz" i got 
>an error
>read_plist: bad command '@conflicts php4-4*'
>I guess it is something to do with package version and their dependencies but I am 
>not sure what  exactly the problem is.
>I would also like to know if there is a way i can find out all the dependencies for a 
>particular package before actually installing it.
>I would appreciate if some one could help me.
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