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Hi everyone. I am trying to install Eclipse and Java onto my FreeBSD system and I have encountered the following error:

#make install clean
" Due to licensing restrictions, certain files must be fetched manually.

Please open http://java.sun.com/javase/downloads/index.jsp
in a web browser and follow the "Download" link for
"JDK US DST Timezone Update Tool - 1.3.0" to obtain the
time zone update file, tzupdater-1_3_0-2007h.zip.

Please place the downloaded file(s) in /usr/ports/distfiles
and restart the build.

.*** Error code 1

Stop in /usr/ports/java/jdk16.
"
Unfortunately, I went and downloaded a newer version which is 1.3.5 and I pasted it into the folder /usr/ports/distfiles

However, when I sudo make install again, it gives me the same error.

How do I get this to work with version 1.3.5???
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You don't. You need the specific version it asks for.
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Sync your ports tree. The latest revision of that port requires tzupdater 1.3.5 as a dependency, not 1.3.0. I compiled with 1.3.5 just three days ago.
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How Do i sync my port tree?
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Man page: portsnap(8)

Quick synopsis:
Code:
# portsnap fetch extract
# portsnap fetch update
The first line only has to be run once, to activate the portsnap database and do the initial sync. After that, just run the second line anytime you want to update the ports tree.
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Why is it that when I run portmaster -a or portupgrade -a both of these portsmanagement software say that jdk16 is up to date?

Thx anyway man
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Have you updated your ports tree? All portmaster/portupgrade are doing is comparing your installed ports with your ports tree.
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portmaster and portupgrade are not the programs to use for this. Run portsnap fetch update.
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