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Default gnome; librsvg package conflicts

I got this error code while building gnome port
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Can't install librsvg-2.20.0p0-no_gnome because of conflicts (librsvg-2.20.0p0) /usr/sbin/pkg_add: librsvg-2.20.0p0-no_gnome:Fatal error
*** Error cofe 1
This is critical... what should i do?
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I got this error code while building gnome port
Why are you building the port instead of installing pre-compiled packages?

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This is critical... what should i do?
Ask yourself, "Why am I cleaning my ears with a power drill?"

If you insist on avoiding packages, you can try "make update". The "update" target will execute pkg_add -r on your behalf, but only if the target correctly interprets the state of the prior installed package and the one just built. It may be easier to issue pkg_add -r yourself. Before doing so, please read the pkg_add(1) man page, and see what the -r option is for. You may want to use the -i option also.
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I got this error code while building gnome port
If you insist on using ports, how did you install the ports tree?
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I download the ports.tar.gz and extract to /usr/
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Reread FAQ 15.4.6. Again.
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You must replace the -no_gnome flavor.

pkg_add -r librsvg

You might need to install it from source with
make package clean
first.

man ports
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I download the ports.tar.gz and extract to /usr/
...but from what directory did you get this file?

Two points:
  • ports.tar.gz can be found in several different directories. This is done because the ports tree is available in different flavors. If you are unfamiliar with flavors, you need to study & understand Section 5.1 of the FAQ:

    http://openbsd.org/faq/faq5.html#Flavors

    ...& using the ports tree from -current on a -release installation is neither recommended nor supported. For more information, see Section 15.4.1 for more details:

    http://openbsd.org/faq/faq15.html#NoFun

    If you downloaded the wrong version of the ports tree, this may account for why you are continually getting weird build errors.
  • As has been repeatedly recommended to you, don't build from ports when pre-compiled packages are available. Nothing is gained by compiling applications yourself. By compiling from ports, you are building a local copy of the same package files which are found on the mirrors. Again, nothing is gained from compiling yourself over using packages that are already built.
A number of people have been providing you links to relevant sections of the FAQ. We do this because the answers to a lot of the problems & predicaments you are getting yourself into are explained there. As I have said to you numerous times before: study the FAQ. It will save you a lot of time & aggravation.
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I got it now.
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