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current pkgsrc running on netbsd-6
About a month ago I installed beta2 of NetBSD6. Package vulnerabilities
was complaining about some of the packages and nothing was updating when
I ran 'cd /usr/pkgsrc' and 'cvs update -dP'.
So last night I ran 'cvs update -dPA' and it seems like pkg_chk must
now be rebuilding most of the installed packages.
Since the package system is current now, it is my understanding that
now 'cvs update -dP' will continue to download the latest pkgsrc. Will
I potentially have library problems and either:
1) at some point update the system to current instead of netbsd-6
2) at some point run cvs update to perhaps pkgsrc-2012Q3?
To summarize, do I have a system to pkgsrc mismatch problem?
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