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[email protected]:~ # cd /usr/ports/databases/mysql55-server

[email protected]:/usr/ports/databases/mysql55-server # make WITH_XCHARSET=all install clean
pkg-static: PACKAGESITE in pkg.conf is deprecated. Please create a repository configuration file
===>  mysql55-server-5.5.39 pkg(8) must be version 1.3.8 or greater, but you have 1.2.7_1. You must upgrade pkg(8) first.
*** [all] Error code 1


Stop in /usr/ports/databases/mysql55-server.
[email protected]:/usr/ports/databases/mysql55-server #


 

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[email protected]:~ # /usr/sbin/pkg
Usage: pkg [-v] [-d] [-l] [-N] [-j <jail name or id>|-c <chroot path>] [-C <configuration file>] [-R <repo config dir>] <command> [<args>]

Global options supported:
        -d             Increment debug level
        -j             Execute pkg(8) inside a jail(8)
        -c             Execute pkg(8) inside a chroot(8)
        -C             Use the specified configuration file
        -R             Directory to search for individual repository configurations
        -l             List available commands and exit
        -v             Display pkg(8) version
        -N             Test if pkg(8) is activated and avoid auto-activation

Commands supported:
        add            Registers a package and installs it on the system
        annotate       Add, modify or delete tag-value style annotations on packages
        audit          Reports vulnerable packages
        autoremove     Removes orphan packages
        backup         Backs-up and restores the local package database
        check          Checks for missing dependencies and database consistency
        clean          Cleans old packages from the cache
        config         Display the value of the configuration options
        convert        Convert database from/to pkgng
        create         Creates software package distributions
        delete         Deletes packages from the database and the system
        fetch          Fetches packages from a remote repository
        help           Displays help information
        info           Displays information about installed packages
        install        Installs packages from remote package repositories
        lock           Locks package against modifications or deletion
        plugins        Manages plugins and displays information about plugins
        query          Queries information about installed packages
        register       Registers a package into the local database
        remove         Deletes packages from the database and the system
        repo           Creates a package repository catalogue
        rquery         Queries information in repository catalogues
        search         Performs a search of package repository catalogues
        set            Modifies information about packages in the local database
        ssh            ssh packages to be used via ssh
        shell          Opens a debug shell
        shlib          Displays which packages link against a specific shared library
        stats          Displays package database statistics
        unlock         Unlocks a package, allowing modification or deletion
        update         Updates package repository catalogues
        updating       Displays UPDATING information for a package
        upgrade        Performs upgrades of packaged software distributions
        version        Displays the versions of installed packages
        which          Displays which package installed a specific file

Commands provided by plugins:

For more information on the different commands see 'pkg help <command>'.



 

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he asked a question

even if it is easy you should at least try to help :

well there  is a note :

===>  mysql55-server-5.5.39 pkg(8) must be version 1.3.8 or greater, but you have 1.2.7_1. You must upgrade pkg(8) first.
pkg(8) should be 1.3.8 thats all

look at this https://www.freebsd.org/doc/handbook/pkgng-intro.html

try to run

pkg
first some time it does update it self if not

do as the handbook says or install it using port master

portmaster ports-mgmt/pkg
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he asked a question

He asked nothing, he just posted basic error codes. Am I supposed to help him? Should I help a retard who steals work from others?

 

 

a problem is the same as a question

i dont know him... and i dont care

i know that i can blow anything he can make if he makes steals from me

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he asked a question

He asked nothing, he just posted basic error codes. Am I supposed to help him? Should I help a retard who steals work from others?

 

 

a problem is the same as a question

i dont know him... and i dont care

i know that i can blow anything he can make if he makes steals from me

 

Unfortunately, I know him.

Enough is enough

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Whether or not you know him from somewhere else, he didn't do anything to you on metin2dev. Keep your personal drama personal.

 

Calling someone retarded for asking a question makes no sense.. smart people ask questions and learn things.

 

 

It's funny that the command I gave requires more input, it's straight from the FreeBSD site.

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Whether or not you know him from somewhere else, he didn't do anything to you on metin2dev. Keep your personal drama personal.

 

Calling someone retarded for asking a question makes no sense.. smart people ask questions and learn things.

 

 

It's funny that the command I gave requires more input, it's straight from the FreeBSD site.

 

i think that it should be like this :

/usr/sbin/pkg update

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