Fekete Zoltán <fekete.zoltan%minux.hu@localhost> writes: > I used to upgrade my system regularly with > pkg_rolling-replace. However I have not done a clean rebuild of > package for long time now. There was system upgrade more than once, > etc. So that is not a particularly good situation, and it is outside "pkgsrc is expected to work". > So you recommend to use bulk build? I recommend you have a consistent set of packages, which means, more or less, one of: remove all and use pkgin from TNF builds do your own bulk build do something that is like a bulk build, such as a fresh install of 9.1 and build packages on it, and use those. run pkg_rr and remove packages that aren't needed (any that are automatic=YES and have no depending packages) Overall, I would say that pointing pkgin to the 2020Q3 builds and doing something like pkgin update pkgin fug pkgin ar is likely what you want. Do a backup first!
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