binary packages for 2012Q1
phma at phma.optus.nu
Sun May 6 06:59:23 PDT 2012
On Wednesday, May 02, 2012 22:02:18 Justin Sherrill wrote:
> My preferred method, when binary packages aren't available, is to
> update /usr/pkgsrc to the appropriate release and then use
> pkg_rolling-replace to upgrade the packages I use. It'll take a
> little bit to build programs, but the amount of actual downtime will
> be minimal. You can say, "upgrade everything" using that, though it's
> more manageable if you tackle it major app by major app, in my
> opinion. You certainly have enough space to update.
What do you count as downtime? When it's in the middle of rebuilding kde, and
I want to use kde, I consider kde down. I've been in that situation with
Source Mage, and I got kwrite windows with the toolbar icons totally mixed up.
I'm running pkg_check before starting to rebuild, and I got this:
WARNING: No graphics/kdegraphics4/Makefile - package moved or obsolete?
WARNING: No misc/kdeutils4/Makefile - package moved or obsolete?
WARNING: No mail/postfix-current/Makefile - package moved or obsolete?
WARNING: No x11/kdebase-runtime4/Makefile - package moved or obsolete?
WARNING: No x11/kdebase-workspace4/Makefile - package moved or obsolete?
WARNING: No x11/kdebase4/Makefile - package moved or obsolete?
WARNING: No x11/kdebindings4-python/Makefile - package moved or obsolete?
The kde packages are still in wip (which I just updated); there is a
When a barnacle settles down, its brain disintegrates.
Já não percebe nada, já não percebe nada.
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