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Re: [newbie] replacing applications in the Base set?

On Mon, Aug 17, 2009 at 11:12 AM, Shadi 
Abou-Zahra<> wrote:
> Hi folks,
> Apologies for the newbie question, I was not able to find help online or in
> the mailing list archives.
> Short:
> - How does one replace applications pre-installed in the Base set?
> Longer:
> - I'm trying to update some of the applications in the Base set to the
> latest versions. For instance OpenSSH, Postfix, or others. I installed the
> corresponding packages using pkgsrc and now have two installations (in
> /usr/bin and /usr/pkg/bin or in /usr/sbin and /usr/pkg/sbin). How does one
> get rid of the older versions in /usr/bin and /usr/sbin?
> Thanks,
>  Shadi
> --
> Lieber Querschnitt als Durchschnitt
>         - Peter Laisacher, Salzburger Rugby Bulls

I think this occurs when you update the system.  You can find more
information in the guide here:

Best of luck,


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