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Old 10-03-2013, 02:13 PM
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Default System Package Manager fails update
I'm trying to upgrade with the System Package Manager but it fails with this message (from /tmp/pkg-output.log) :


Updating repository catalogue
Resuming download of: /usr/local/tmp/All/pcbsd-meta-compiz-1366133527.txz
Resuming download of: /usr/local/tmp/All/compiz-fusion-0.8.4_2.txz
Resuming download of: /usr/local/tmp/All/pcbsd-meta-hplip-1366133527.txz
Resuming download of: /usr/local/tmp/All/hplip-3.13.6.txz
Resuming download of: /usr/local/tmp/All/compiz-plugins-extra-0.8.4_5.txz
Resuming download of: /usr/local/tmp/All/py27-qt4-gui-4.10.2,1.txz
Resuming download of: /usr/local/tmp/All/py27-qt4-dbussupport-4.10.2.txz
Resuming download of: /usr/local/tmp/All/py27Failed downloading: http://pkg.cdn.pcbsd.org/9.2-RELEASE...1380304396.txz
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PKGCONFLICTS:
ERROR: pkg upgrade -U -F -y is still reporting conflicts... Resolve these manually and try again

I have tried it yesterday with no luck, and today with this same result :-(
I seem to have 115 Package Updates to do but it gets stuck on the pc-bsd-base update.
How do I get passed this ?
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Old 10-03-2013, 08:09 PM
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Well, manually downloading the file to /usr/local/tmp/All/ and relaunching the Sys Pack Manager seems to have done the trick ! Don't know what happened, but the upgrade is ok now.
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Old 10-04-2013, 01:22 AM
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I have a similar problem.
... All packages downloaded (a lot of packages, no more package to download result from output), but there is the same an error message:

PKGCONFLICTS:
ERROR: pkg upgrade -U -F -y is still reporting conflicts... Resolve these manually and try again

But I don't know when these conflict are...

Someone know how I can to fix this problem? (For my System seem 96 packages to need update, but the downloaded packages are a lot more than 96...)

PS: I have see that the Package Manager is looking for a package named "goffice-0.10.7.txz", but this package isn't on our Repo. there is "goffice-0.10.3.txz" and there is "goffice-0.8.17_4.txz", but there is not a "goffice-10.0.7.txz" package to download... Maybe can be here the problem?

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Old 10-04-2013, 02:57 AM
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Default pc-updatemanager check sum returns failure :(
when i opt for the upgrade, [i usually use CLI to check] every second package that is downloaded returns with checksum failure... i have to repeat the same and it downloads..
for every second package if this is the message, is everything ok ? i have been patiently resuming this for every 2nd or max 3rd package update download
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Old 10-10-2013, 12:34 PM
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Upgrade works for me too, after many attempts failed (all, using Package Manager, not Terminal). Thank you, people!
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Old 10-21-2013, 05:41 PM
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... same trouble here, similar to top post.
I'm using pcbsd-9.2-release (with KDE,...).

Using system package manager gui, and it says I need 88 updates,..., it tries to get a few and then disappears, same as errors above ? keeps asking for system permission/authentication, I give the passwd, and it tries to get upgrades, but then fails again, 3rd time i re-ran "system package manager" gave it the passwd, and it still going...

oh well, we'll see if it works this time -crossed-fingers.

Just out of curiousity, is their not a CLI I can use to better see what is going on here ?
argh, -GUI's stink !

[Edit]: it looks like the 3rd time was the "charm" , ...finally updated properly.
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