anubis wrote:

My problems surfaced when I updated Portupgrade with reference to item 20040226 in /usr/ports/UPDATING (though I suspect this is just a catalyst -- actual problem lies elsewhere)


I had a similar problem. I saw another thread where they suggested getting rid of your refuse file, cvsup the ports tree again then portsdb -uU
Worked for me. No more errors.

The cvsup refuse file would be manually generated *ignored ports directory, right? Unless cvsup (from ports) comes with a default refuse file, I dont have any.



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