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Re: packages going to the wrong place?
>>> I'm trying to reinstall all of my packages, but the installations
>>> seems to be going to the wrong place. Here's a typical line from
>>> doing a 'make update' in pkgtools/pkg_install:
>>> /usr/bin/install -c -o root -g wheel pkg_info
>> Recently DESTDIR support was enabled by default.
>> This is why files are installed to .destdir directory.
>> DESTDIR goal:
>> First, binary package is created safely without changing your /.
>> Second, package is installed using newly created binary.
> So I *must* put DESTDIR=/usr/pkg or some such in mk.conf?
No! Don't do this!
Was pkg_install actually reinstalled after "make update"?
Was binary for pk_ionstall created?
Do you set UPDATE_TARGET variable to "package" or whatever in mk-conf?
Best regards, Aleksey Cheusov.
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