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) I'm hoping that by reading from tmp I'm doing the right thing. On issuing the most recent commands you suggest, sudo pc-updatemanager pkgcheck gives: Installed packages to be UPGRADED: Free BSD-examples: 12.0.s20170121141038 - 12.0.s20170205134406 [trueos-base] Seems that file never ever gets properly deleted for some reason.I don't think rolling back a BE will help as every BE created has suffered with the same problem, from the very first, Yes, however this just takes me back to the beginning of my quest : )) I have only two extra packages installed on top of standard True OS: nvidia-304.* and xmms (audio player).
You probably have a Free BSD package repo which points to the -- change not found pkg: need to re-create repo Free BSD to upgrade schema version Fetching meta.txz: 100% 944 B 0.9k B/s Fetching packagesite.txz: 100% 5 Mi B 892.0k B/s Processing entries: 100% Free BSD repository update completed.
2013-09-18 Live demo in BSD Now Episode 003 | Originally written by TJ for | Last updated: 2014/03/14 NOTE: the author/maintainer of the tutorial(s) is no longer with the show, so the information below may be outdated or incorrect.
It was written with Free BSD in mind, but Dragon Fly BSD also supports pkgng.
Maybe the other BSDs will adopt it as time goes on, too.
I'll head over to as you suggest if I'm still in the same predicament. )) freebsd-examples has been deleted I re-created a new Boot Environment ( and assume True OS uses the most recent automatically) deleted Freebsd-examples (which terminal insists it does) run sudo pkg-static install -f freebsd-runtime which seems fine.
Ok, the following is a distillation of several trials and retrials.Then I shutdown, boot-up and run update manager and tmp reports: and Update-Manager wants to re-run the same update as it did the last time around, same packages, same versions. Some of the trials involvng the update loop were via the inbuilt gui Update-Manager, so unless that uses pkg only then I'm stumped.So, Free BSD-examples has been updated to *406 but isn't compatible with runtime *406, which seems a bit crazy (? to the above, and remembering that I'm 'green' with BSD I'm assuming that the old (January's) freebsd-examples was deleted on command: pkg info freebsd-examples says:pkg-static: No package(s) matching freebsd-examples, so I'm gathering that update-manager wants to install Free BSD-examples-12.0.s20170205134406 but appears to report that it conflicts with Free BSD-runtime-12.0.s20170205134406 [installed]. It is possible that at sometime I may have run sudo pkg update/upgrade via terminal, would running the two commands you suggest fix a potential sync problem? it should keep the True OS bits in sync with the Free BSD bits sudo pc-updatemnager syncconfsudo pc-updatemnager pkgchecksudo pc-updatemnager pkgupdate if this fails, you may need to roll back 1 BE to get an in sync system Looks like a reinstall might be the best option. 10.1-RELEASE-p16 amd64 (from a previous full install) Dell Optiplex 9010 Today I got the "Package Updates Available" notification. As for the 10.1-RELEASE pkg site on mirrors, that was my mistake. The good news is that this should be the last instance, once you get the new 10.1.1 updater in place, it won't use 'pkg upgrade' anymore and avoid these conflict issues.The internet will tell you that, of course, 10.2 is EOL, that packages are being built for 10.3 by now and to better upgrade to the latest version of Free BSD.Tags: Adult Dating, affair dating, sex dating