Thanks for your help Kent I read something about using portversion -c with the portupgrade command to upgrade installed pkgs that needed to be updated.
When I run portversion -c :: I get a print out of things needed to be upgraded and at the end, it shows a 'if' statment. How do you use this command with portupgrade so it just updates them instead of just showing me. Just do it dang it... just do it! ;o) Bruce.. On Tue, 2004-06-08 at 03:26, Kent Stewart wrote: > On Tuesday 08 June 2004 12:03 am, Bruce Hunter wrote: > > This is off topic, I was wondering if there is a pretty little gui > > that will run when booting. Kinda like windows, lindows, and even > > Redhat Fedora has one; which can be switched back and forth. > > Basically, so I don't have to see the text scrolling down and just > > see a loader with %. Maybe in the ports collection? If not I might > > have write one. :oP > > Windows only hides the boot. Press the <esc> key and it kills the splash > screen. > > Why does it matter. I start a boot and go get a cup of coffee, it is > always finished when I get back. It is only a problem if you make it > into one :). > > > > > Oh, and thanks for your comments/answers. One last question thought? > > How do I get rid of that fragmentation crap? Just for shits and > > giggles.. ;o) > > > > There isn't one. Unix fixes fragmented files without your help. The only > thing you need to know is "fsck -y" from single user mode to fix a bad > shutdown. > > Kent _______________________________________________ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"