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Old 10th June 2008
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Default Upgrading Drupal 5.5 or clean install

I'd like to use Drupal 5.7, but when I install drupal from ports it installs 5.5 so I downloaded 5.7 and installed it. I got it working, but some of the functionality isn't working. I'd like to do a clean install of 5.7 from ports. Is there a way to do that? or easily upgrade 5.5?
I'm new to FreeBSD and using ports. If someone could walk me through the easiest way of getting this done I would appreciate it.
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Make sure that your ports tree is in sync...

If this still persists, remember that newest versions of software doesn't find their way to FreeBSD ports tree very fast. In most cases we need just to wait.
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