Originally Posted by Fatmice
Something's wrong with the install script. What were those PBIs?
At worst you can install them via terminal.
./<name>.pbi -text -accept
It will then ask you for admin password.
Found out what the problem was. I'm running 7.2 and I tried to install version 8 programmes.
I'm new to BSD so why is it that version 7 and 8 version have to have different programmes?
Has it got something to do with the PBI installer as some of the programmes have not changed. It's the same vesion of Scribus for both 7 and 8 yet version 8 won't install in 7. When are Unix and Linux going to just have programmes install and it does not matter what version operating system you run. I wish they would do it the windows way if you want a programme go get it and install it end of.
Not sure if it is possible with BSD but why not have one central repository for all the BSD distro's One way to install for all distro's would make a lot more sense than copying the crappy Linux way. Since BSD is a lot smaller than Linux (I think) why not standardise things for all the Distro's.
Thanks for the code hint anyway.