Bsd pkgupdating file

And finally, separated by a comma, we have what is called the “epoch”.It is used in such cases where the upstream versioning changes.For Pkg it looks like the first one is newer (as it has a higher version number).

Once you've got pkg upgraded and the databases etc. My repo config doesn't have a signature line (so it's defaulting to "NONE").

in synch, then you can uncomment the 'signature_type' and run: pkg install -f pkg to force a reinstall with all the required signature checking. But: # pkg update -f Updating repository catalogue 100% 1081KB 1.1MB/s 1.1MB/s 100% 5037KB 4.9MB/s 4.9MB/s Incremental update completed, 23128 packages processed: 22906 packages updated, 365 removed and 222 added.

Any package with an epoch of 1 is considered newer than a package without any epoch.

Even higher epoch numbers are considered even newer but this is rare. Let’s assume some project released a version of 7.2017 but decided that it would be a good idea to release the next version as 5.0.

And in fact you benefit from knowing your way around with Pkg in a lot of places: Free BSD obviously and a lot of Free BSD-derived operating systems like OPNsense and Hardened BSD as well as desktop-oriented offspring like Ghost BSD and True OS.

But as mentioned before, Dragon Fly BSD uses it, too.Hi, Trying to upgrade from pkg 1.1 to 1.2 on Free BSD 9.1.I have /usr/share/keys and the current trusted key, and a repo config file. # pkg upgrade Updating repository catalogue 100% 1082KB 1.1MB/s 1.1MB/s 100% 5028KB 4.9MB/s 2.6MB/s Incremental update completed, 23171 packages processed: 0 packages updated, 0 removed and 23171 added. I have the current trusted key: # cat /usr/share/keys/pkg/trusted/* # $Free BSD: head/share/keys/pkg/trusted/pkg.2013102301 257150 2013-10-26 Z bdrewery $ # This key is for testing purposes only and will be revoked before 10.0-RELEASE function: "sha256" fingerprint: "b0170035af3acc5f3f3ae1859dc717101b4e6c1d0a794ad554928ca0cbb2f438" # pkg itself is at 1.2: # pkg -vv Version : 1.2.4_1 PACKAGESITE : PKG_DBDIR : /var/db/pkg PKG_CACHEDIR : /var/cache/pkg PORTSDIR : /usr/ports PUBKEY : HANDLE_RC_SCRIPTS : no ASSUME_ALWAYS_YES : no REPOS_DIR : [ /etc/pkg/, /usr/local/etc/pkg/repos/, ] PLIST_KEYWORDS_DIR : SYSLOG : yes AUTODEPS : yes ABI : freebsd:9:x DEVELOPER_MODE : no PORTAUDIT_SITE : Michael WLucas.com/Absolute Open BSD 2/e - code "ILUVMICHAEL" gets you 30% off & helps me.I covered updating the repository information before. Checking for upgrades (30 candidates): 100% Processing candidates (30 candidates): 100% Checking integrity...Update the actual packages with pkg upgrade: # pkg upgrade Updating Synth repository catalogue... done (0 conflicting) The following 30 package(s) will be affected (of 0 checked): Installed packages to be UPGRADED: xinit: 1.3.4,1 - 1.18.1 Installed packages to be REINSTALLED: keybinder-0.3.1 (options changed) apache-xml-security-c-1.7.3 (needed shared library changed) Number of packages to be upgraded: 28 Number of packages to be reinstalled: 2 The process will require 2 Mi B more space. [y/N]: section is pretty obvious: There’s a newer version available.So getting familiar with it is certainly not a waste of time.

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