Resolving a pkg conflict

Zachary Crownover zachary.crownover at
Sun Sep 21 12:12:56 PDT 2014

Forcefully remove the conflicting packages, then install the other two.
UPDATING should tell you more.
On Sep 21, 2014 11:50 AM, "Tim Darby" <t+dfbsd at> wrote:

> What's the best way to resolve this conflict? I want samba4 and git on the
> same machine, but krb5 and heimdal apparently can't coexist and I'm faced
> with these conflicting pkg dependencies:
> samb4 -> samba-nsupdate -> heimdal
> git -> p5-Authen-SASL -> p5-GSSAPI -> krb5
> In the past, I think I was able to force git to install without krb5, but
> after upgrading to pkg-1.3.7 it seems as if that trick no longer works.
> The way I worked around it was to install p5-GSSAPI from source and remove
> the Makefile.Dragonfly file, which is what was creating the krb5
> dependency. So, I "solved" my problem but it feels like a hack.
> Tim
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