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I had assumed that the rolling release model would mean frequent package updates.But if you're replacing rc with Openrc, that's a pretty big change. ortsnap is a alternative system for securely distributing and updating the Free BSD ports tree, which is easier to use than CVSup. Like CVSup, Portsnap uses a pull model of updating: The packaged and signed ports trees are placed on a web server which waits passively for clients to request files by either run portsnap manually by users or set up a cron job to download updates automatically on a regular basis.On older Free BSD systems, Portsnap is not automatically included, but it can be installed from sysutils/portsnap port by using command: Portsnap first fetch and update compresses snapshots of the Free BSD ports tree stored in /var/db/portsnap/ (in /usr/local/portsnap/ if Portsnap is installed from Free BSD Ports Collection) by default, and then only extract and update the uncompressed live ports tree at /usr/ports. Only 10.0-RELEASE/ and 9.2-RELEASE/ appear to be there. DONE compat.linux.osrelease: 2.6.16 - 2.6.16 Installing GRUB to ada0 Installing for i386-pc platform. Why would a 10.1-RELEASE grab it's packages from a web directory named 10.0-RELEASE? -at least if we assume autoindex is working on the server, and it has the right permissions. Installing GRUB to ada1 Installing for i386-pc platform. Rolling releases, etc., are kind of defeated by the fact that PC-BSD seems to require full re-installs, even for minor version updates. When they upgraded to pkgng, couldn't they produce a system that could automatically help resolve conflicts better?Linux/OSX: Free BSD: AMD64: armv6: pkg is built on top of libpkg, a new library to interface with package registration backends.
Generally, default configuration file will does its jobs.So, for example, this allows to creation of a package containing root-owned files without being packaged by the root user.When a package is installed, it is registered in a SQLite database.At command line, the following options are supported, although most of the time it no need to be used, some can be configured in configuration file itself:-d workdir : Store working files (e.g. (default: /var/db/portsnap, or as given in the configuration file)-f conffile : Read the configuration from from conffile.(default: /etc/portsnap.conf)-I : For the update command, update INDEX files, but not the rest of the ports tree.-k KEY : Expect a public key with given SHA256 hash.
The SQLite database allow fast queries and ACID transactions.