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Date:      Thu, 23 Jan 2014 13:47:44 +0100
From:      Tijl Coosemans <>
To:        Ross <>
Subject:   Re: pkg: What am I doing wrong?
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On Thu, 23 Jan 2014 12:04:52 +0200 Ross wrote:
> When I tried to install anything on a fresh FreeBSD 10 pkg failed. OK, I
> googled the topic. Main repository is half empty at the moment for some
> reason. I added another repo by creating /etc/pkg/release-0.conf:
> release-0: {
>   url: "pkg+${ABI}/release/0",
>   mirror_type: "srv",
>   signature_type: "fingerprints",
>   fingerprints: "/usr/share/keys/pkg",
>   enabled: yes
> }
> So, now I have two repos: the main one and the release repo. Tried to
> pkg install kde
> After downloading the packages it failed because of conflicts. Apparently
> it mixed main repo packages with the release repo and died. OK, run this
> way:
> pkg install -r release-0 kde
> At last! Everything went well and now I have a KDE desktop. But what next?
> I want to run "pkg upgrade" some time later and have all the packages
> installed from the release repo to be updated to the latest version.
> At the moment, after "pkg upgrade" I get a list of packages to be upgraded
> and when I say "yes" pkg dies with errors like this (a lot of errors like
> this):
> pkg: WARNING: locally installed qt4-webkit-4.8.5 conflicts on
> /usr/local/share/qt4/mkspecs/modules/qt_webkit_version.pri with:
>         - qt4-webkit-4.8.5_1
> So how do I upgrade? Am I doing something wrong?

There was a problem with the package builds last week.  Everything should
be ok again now so you can remove the second repo.

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