Compatability with FreeBSD Ports [debian package tools]

Martin P. Hellwig mhellwig at
Wed Aug 17 11:14:33 PDT 2005

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Michel Talon wrote:
> Matthew Dillon wrote:
>>    Illusion.   Every time I have ever used portupgrade, the result has
>>    been a completely broken system.  Every time.
> This is nice to know, i was under the impression i was so dumb as
> being unable to use portupgrade (yes, my experience is not far from 
> yours) when so many people swear on the bible that they regularly
> upgrade their machine with portupgrade without a single hiccup :-)

Looks like a therapy group but, me to :-) Actually the moment that 
FreeBSD 5 once again changed some libs that completely hosed my system, 
I was that tired of it I reverted my server back to 4 and looked for 
something else that was about the same time DF1 came out :-)


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