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Old 15th June 2008
padmanabh padmanabh is offline
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Default building userland fails after upgrade to 7.0

I had tried to follow all the instructions on daemonology, still I have run into some trouble upgrading from 6.2 release to 7.0 release.
right now "uname -a" tells me i'm using a 7.0 release kernel ...however I have not yet finished rebuilding the userland components after that .

I had used "portupgrade -faP" which failed complaining missing port called "www/neon" in spite of doing "portsnap fetch update" before that.

also one more error regarding xorg telling me that the makefile is corrupt for xorg-server port....calls it a fatal error and exits.

I don't know if "pkgdb -F" is supposed to help, but did it anyway... showed one obsolete package with no dependencies... hence removed it.

I will try to put the exact messages from console soon....In the meanwhile, if some body got the gist of the problem, please post a solution.

Thank you.
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