"OBATA Akio" <obache%netbsd.org@localhost> writes: > On Wed, 14 Apr 2010 17:57:13 +0900, Daniel Vergien > <daniel.vergien%rrz.uni-hamburg.de@localhost> wrote: > >> Hi list, >> >> I want to update my pkgsrc-prefix on solaris 10 form 2009Q4 to 2010Q1. >> I did "-bash-3.00# cvs update -dP -rpkgsrc-2010Q1" in my pkgsrc-dir >> and then "pkg_rolling-replace -uv". But it fails by updating >> bootstrap-mk-files-20090807 to bootstrap-mk-files-20090807nb1 with: >> >> ===> Deinstalling for bootstrap-mk-files-20090807nb1 >> Running /opt/pkgsrc/sbin/pkg_delete -K /opt/pkgsrc/var/db/pkg >> bootstrap-mk-files-20090807 >> pkg_delete: The following packages are marked as not for deletion: >> bootstrap-mk-files-20090807 >> ===> Installing for bootstrap-mk-files-20090807nb1 >> ERROR: bootstrap-mk-files-20090807 is already installed - perhaps an >> older version? >> ERROR: If so, you may use either of: >> ERROR: - "pkg_delete bootstrap-mk-files-20090807" and >> "/opt/pkgsrc/bin/bmake reinstall" >> ERROR: to upgrade properly >> ERROR: - "/opt/pkgsrc/bin/bmake update" to rebuild the package and all >> ERROR: of its dependencies >> ERROR: - "/opt/pkgsrc/bin/bmake replace" to replace only the >> package without >> ERROR: re-linking dependencies, risking various problems. >> >> >> All of the mentiont methods fail with the same error. I also tried to >> use "pkg_delete -f", but the same. Who to handle this? > > You can delete it with pkg_delete -ff, but after removal of it, > you can do nothing about pkgsrc based operation. > > You need to do binary package based operation to update such packages. > For instance, set USE_DESTDIR=yes and do "make replace". All true, but another workaround is "rm -rf /var/db/pkg/bootstrap-mk-files*". This will get rid of the registration and leave the files, so you can use the fi les to run the installation of the new versions. I've used this on a mac.
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