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There is one bug I’ve been able to easily replicate.Editing fields that end with a period (yes, a “.”) will result in a crash.
Problematic file: /usr/local/share/texmf/scripts/texlive/*** Error code 70 Stop in /usr/ports/print/texlive-texlive-scripts.For the past several years I have been using pwman for password management.It’s an ncurses interface for an xml file encrypted with gpg. It provided an easy to use interface for a file encrypted with an industry standard utility, which I could use remotely, regardless if pwman was installed as long as I had my gpg key. Unfortunately pwman is unstable and tends to produce segmentation faults.Searching for a multi-platform solution not reliant on xorg (yes, that’s what’s providing your mac with its interface) yielded no results that fit the bill.My next thought was to go back to using an encrypted text file without an interface. I tried several console interfaces which handle Kee Pass X databases, and a perl script called kpcli was the winner.*** Error code 1 Stop in /usr/ports/print/texlive-bibtex.
*** Error code 1 Stop in /usr/ports/print/texlive-scheme-full.
Then it's obvious that the "tools-foobar" must be uninstalled before attempting the ports upgrade.
2) A port gets merged into another port (eg foobar-modules becomes part of the foobar-all).
This way you can let stuff run in the background and don’t have to worry about loosing network connection, etc.
IMPORTANT #2: Whenever you update the base system, update the jails using More info here. You’ll most certainly want to install from ports or packages and keep those up-to-date.
Any option of make that could tell which files to keep, for instance ? Hello, First of all, I don't use portshaker, but I encountered the problem with files conflicting, several times.