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'pkg upgrade -f' says 'reinstall everything' -- which was an error on my part. it seems fairly clear to me that the 8 new packages aren't in the repo catalogue that you're downloading. Poudriere does some fun'n'games with symbolic links to achieve an atomic repo update, which means there is actually a history of previous versions of the repo kept.

I meant to type 'pkg update -f' which only refreshes the repo catalogues. You'll see a directory structure like this: % ls -la total 159 drwxr-xr-x 102 root wheel 108 Dec 7 ./ drwxr-xr-x 9 root wheel 15 Aug 4 ../ lrwxr-xr-x 1 root wheel 16 Dec 7 [email protected] - .real_1449447572 [...] drwxr-xr-x 4 root wheel 8 Dec 5 .real_1449278821/ drwxr-xr-x 4 root wheel 8 Dec 6 .real_1449363354/ drwxr-xr-x 4 root wheel 8 Dec 7 .real_1449447572/ lrwxr-xr-x 1 root wheel 11 Dec 19 2014 [email protected] - ... I copied only the packages to the new system (my netbook) some weeks ago, and created the catalogue with # pkg repo /usr/PKGDIR.20150726 and installed the packages; Today I built 8 packages more, copied them over too and was (may be in error) expecting to add these 8 new packages to the catalogue with 'pkg update -f' Seems that I just have to reuse 'pkg repo ....' Thanks for your hints.

Cheers, Matthew [*] Well, except possibly for the HTTP mirroring scheme which is intended to allow load balancing amongst a set of repo servers by -- possibly dynamically -- generating a list of the available servers in preference order. Update Manager said system updates are available but gets no further than searching for updates. App Cafe asks for password opens the coffee mugs then goes away I have installed the app I wanted by using the CLI, but when I tried to use pbi_updateindex the following happened. App Cafe gets as far as listing catagories if you click on a catagory it closes. Boot into system, first updates appear and apply ok. Error: "/root/.kde4/cache-kensbox" points to "/var/tmp/kdecache-root" instead of "/var/tmp/kdecache-kenw". trying to create local folder /root/.kde4/share/kde4/services: Permission denied kioclient(11557): No ksycoca4 database available! Error: "/var/tmp/kdecache-root" is owned by uid 0 instead of uid 1001.[[email protected]] /usr/home/kenw# pbi_updateindex Updating pcbsd-major repository catalogue... I required hplip to work the printer App Cafe not working used the command line with the following results [[email protected]] /usr/home/kenw# pbi_add hplip Updating pcbsd-major repository catalogue... Error: Can not create link from "/root/.kde4/cache-kensbox" to "/var/tmp/kdecache-kenw" Error: Can not create link from "/root/.kde4/cache-kensbox" to "/var/tmp/kdecache-kenw GGC1nx" trying to create local folder /root/.kde4/share/kde4/services: Permission denied trying to create local folder /root/.kde4/share/kde4/services: Permission denied trying to create local folder /root/.kde4/share/kde4/services: Permission denied kbuildsycoca4: ERROR creating database '/var/tmp/kdecache-root/ksycoca4'! Error: "/root/.kde4/cache-kensbox" points to "/var/tmp/kdecache-root" instead of "/var/tmp/kdecache-kenw". trying to create local folder /root/.kde4/share/kde4/services: Permission denied kioclient(11557): No ksycoca4 database available!The internet will tell you that, of course, 10.2 is EOL, that packages are being built for 10.3 by now and to better upgrade to the latest version of Free BSD.While all of this is true and running the latest versions is generally good advise, in most cases it is unfeasible to do an entire OS upgrade just to be able to install a package.

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