Bsd ports updating

Updating from Mon Jun 1 UTC 2009 to Sun Jun 28 UTC 2009. Fetching 2058 patches.....10....20....30....40....50....60....70....80... All commands are issued as the root user or by simulating the root user by using the command Now that the Ports Collection has been updated and portmaster installed, let’s check the installed ports against the updated Ports Collection to see whether any installed ports need to be updated.portmaster provides a way to list ports that need updating using the -L option: : Ports listed under this category have dependencies but are not depended upon by other ports.We will cover how to install using the command, how to customize your applications, and how to leverage some common tools to make ports maintenance easier.In order to follow along with this guide, you should have access to a Free BSD 10.1 server and a non-root user account with privileges.

The Free BSD team maintains the base Free BSD operating system as a coherent unit.Free BSD is a powerful operating system capable of functioning in a variety of roles.Part of what makes this operating system an ideal choice in many scenarios is its reputation for flexibility.It does not depend upon other ports, external databases or languages, rather it’s been written in such a way as to make use of the information about a port’s dependencies, dependents, file locations and other information contained in to determine which ports to update.The versions of software discussed in this post are as follows: Okay, let’s get started.

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