[SOLVED] Online Update Manager says "System up-to-date&
I have experience running Gentoo Linux and FreeBSD 6.0 on my home system. I decided to try PC-BSD and like it so far. However, I have some questions about the way in which PC-BSD updates the system versus what I am used to when I ran straight FreeBSD. When I use the various PC-BSD administration tools in KMenu-->Settings-->System Adminstration they all say the System is up-to-date. However, after "Fetching System Source" and "Fetching Ports" then running pkg_version -vl '<' I see that a number of ports need updating; and most of these are unrelated to the very few ports I have installed. So are the PC-BSD tools checking then entire system or just the PBI's I have installed and a few PC-BSD related files? Is it "the PC-BSD way" to go ahead and do a portupgrade on the indicated ports or should I wait until some official upgrade shows up when I check the status using the PC-BSD tools?