Updating ports tree
In the above case, a custom repository configuration file should be created, and it should include the "priority" field, e.g. Packages can be upgraded to newer versions with pkg(8). The local package can be upgraded to the new version: : When changing package origins, in most cases it is important to reinstall packages that are dependent on the package that has had the origin changed.
If there are any packages that are no longer desired, simple delete the line that contains it.For pkg(8) version 1.5.1 or later, the "prime-list" alias is predefined in the pre-installed pkg.conf, so you can run the following command: The file ~/contains the list of packages that were manually installed.For example, if an Administrator only requested on package to be installed, Libreoffice, pkg(8) might pull in 200 dependencies, but ~/would only contain the name of a single package.It is necessary to rename The git repository is hosted on the github account of Dragon Fly.Building from source works similar to ports and pkgsrc: cd into the appropriate program's directory, and type 'make'.To defined the alias, create or append the for other ALIAS suggestions. The average user will probably not build packages from source.
However, it's easy to do and it can be done even when packages have already been pre-installed on the system.
There may be defunct repositories listed and there may be active mirrors that are not listed as options.
You may edit or add new repo configuration files as necessary. The normal use case is that someone builds specific packages (e.g.
It uses a a separate location for repository configuration at /usr/local/etc/pkg/repos/ directory.
For fresh installations, the file /usr/local/etc/pkg/repos/sample is copied to /usr/local/etc/pkg/repos/df-latest so that pkg(8) works out of the box.
The files ending in the ".sample" extension are ignored; pkg(8) only reads files that end in ".conf" and it will read as many as it finds.