After doing a make install on openssl and then a portupgrade -f portupgrade, here's what I ran...


server# pkgdb -F
---> Checking the package registry database
server# portsdb -Uu
Updating the ports index ... Generating INDEX.tmp - please wait.. Done.
done
[Updating the portsdb <format:bdb1_btree> in /usr/ports ... - 10657 port entries found .........1000.........2000.........3000.........4000.........5000....... ..6000.........7000.........8000.........9000.........10000...... ..... done]
server# pkdgdb -F
pkdgdb: Command not found.
server# pkgdb -F
---> Checking the package registry database
server#


This was what was happening after my previous selection of the portupgrade as a dependency using tab completion (it wouldn't allow openssl with tab completion); no errors seemed to show up afterwards.

How can I tell that the link/dependency is properly fixed with portupgrade now, or does the above show it's okay? I don't know if now portupgrade has a circular dependency or not... :-( (below was the exchange that started my problem in the first place and prompted me to send to the list)

I'd think that the "command failed" part meant nothing was changed?...below was what prompted the question, above is the output after installing openssl and going portupgrade -f portupgrade, sorry for the out-of-sequence-of-events-posting :-)

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server# pkgdb -F
---> Checking the package registry database
Stale dependency: portupgrade-20040325_1 -> openssl-0.9.7d (security/openssl):
New dependency? (? to help): ?
[Enter] to skip, [Ctrl]+[D] to delete, [.][Enter] to abort, [Tab] to complete
New dependency? (? to help): portupgrade-20040325_1
Fixed. (-> portupgrade-20040325_1)
Cyclic dependencies: portupgrade-20040325_1 -> (portupgrade-20040325_1)
Unlink portupgrade-20040325_1 -> portupgrade-20040325_1 ? [yes]
Command failed [exit code 1]: "grep -v \"^portupgrade\\\\-20040325_1\\\$\" < /var/db/pkg/portupgrade-20040325_1/+REQUIRED_BY > /tmp/+REQUIRED_BY82988.0"
server#
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Thanks,
-Bart

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