Phil Nelson <phil%NetBSD.org@localhost> writes: > It turns out that the issue was a half installed libepoxy package. My > machine must have crashed halfway through adding the pkgsrc libepoxy. > The DB said it was installed, but none of the actual files were where > they were supposed to be. And pkg_delete wouldn't delete the package. > I had to do a pkg_add -U (replace) to get it update and then the packages > needing libepoxy could then continue to success. I tend to do: # pkg_admin check # pkg_admin rebuild-tree as the pkgsrc equivalent of fsck. > I'm wondering if the order of doing things should be reversed ... add the > files first (or at least mark the packgage as being installed) and then > when done, then mark the packate as installed. That could make sense. I wonder if there are reasons for the current ordering, and what the people that work on pkg_isntall think, other than ENOPATCH.
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