Bsd 10 updating repository catalogue

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For a long time GNU/linux users have always used this as a reason not to use Free BSD and instead favour some GNU/linux combination with an all encompassing easy to use package manager, such as Debian’s apt-get.

Free BSD’s response has always been, (not actual quote), “We have the ports collection, which is cooler and more flexible than just having some easy to use package manager.

pkg: file:///usr/ports/packages/meta.txz: No such file or directory repository local has no meta file, using default settings pkg: file:///usr/ports/packages/packagesite.txz: No such file or directory Unable to update repository local [[email protected]] ~# pkg upgrade Updating local repository catalogue...

pkg: file:///usr/ports/packages/meta.txz: No such file or directory repository local has no meta file, using default settings pkg: file:///usr/ports/packages/packagesite.txz: No such file or directory Unable to update repository local All repositories are up-to-date.

It doesn't show the update available button, but when I go to the System Update it shows, Current Base System 2.3.1.a.20160412.1112Latest Base System 2.3and has the update button, I click it but get,pf Sense repository is up-to-date. Your packages are up to date Success So I guess it's just reading the current base system incorrectly? I'm seeing: Current Base System 2.3.r.20160406.0534 Latest Base System 2.3.1.a.20160412.1222even though I have Update Settings set to Follow 2.3 snapshots and move automatically to -RELEASE (Default). I'm seeing: Current Base System 2.3.r.20160406.0534 Latest Base System 2.3.1.a.20160412.1222even though I have Update Settings set to Follow 2.3 snapshots and move automatically to -RELEASE (Default).

[[email protected]] ~# pkg update Updating local repository catalogue...

pkgng is the next generation replacement for the traditional Free BSD package management tools, offering many features that make dealing with binary packages faster and easier.

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The default package repository location is defined in /usr/local/etc/or by the PACKAGESITE environment variable, which overrides the configuration file.Checking for upgrades (0 candidates): 100% Processing candidates (0 candidates): 100% Checking integrity...done (0 conflicting) Your packages are up to date ... And I must admit that I am a real noob in BSD-things. Repository pf Sense has a wrong packagesite, need to re-create database Fetching meta.txz: . Unlocking pf Sense-kernel-pf Sense-2.3.1_5 The following 68 package(s) will be affected (of 0 checked): New packages to be INSTALLED: dnsmasq: 2.76,1 [pf Sense] Installed packages to be UPGRADED: xinetd: 2.3.15_1 - 9.10.4P2 [pf Sense] Number of packages to be installed: 1 Number of packages to be upgraded: 67 The process will require 2 Mi B more space.

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