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Date:      Sat, 16 Apr 2016 18:31:07 +0200
From:      JosC <bsduser@cloudzeeland.nl>
To:        John Levine <johnl@iecc.com>, freebsd-questions@freebsd.org
Subject:   Re: Ports upgrade script
Message-ID:  <a2924568-2550-6034-b2ac-10101a24c6a3@cloudzeeland.nl>
In-Reply-To: <20160416144120.10349.qmail@ary.lan>
References:  <20160416144120.10349.qmail@ary.lan>

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In een bericht van 16-4-2016 16:41:
> The usual approach is to use portmaster or portupgrade to upgrade your
> installed ports.
>
> To install a new port you do what you've always done, go to the port's
> directory under /usr/ports and type make install.
>

I feel a complete idiot now as this proves I was still using two 
different systems next to each other (if it works don't break it) for 
some years now.

Now created a cronned batch for ports only:

(1) Unattended (cron'd)

#!/bin/sh
cd /letc
portmaster --clean-distfiles --no-confirm
portsnap fetch update
portmaster -L
pkg version -l "<"

(2) Only manual/in interactive mode:

#!/bin/sh
cd /usr/local/etc
portmaster -y --clean-distfiles
portmaster -y --clean-packages
portmaster -y --check-depends
portmaster -a

Right?

Thanks all for you input - it really was an eye opener.
BR, Jos Chrispijn




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