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upcp killing xorg-libraries-7.3

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by serg, Feb 14, 2008.

  1. serg

    serg Member

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    Hello,

    I'm using
    WHM 11.15.0 cPanel 11.18.1-S20683
    FREEBSD 6.2

    I have problem with X11 every cpanel update.
    I'm using xorg-libraries-7.3_1
    Ports libX11-1.1.3,1 libICE-1.0.4,1 libXfont-1.3.1_2,1 are under it.
    but Cpanel upcp decides that 6.2 is most recent one...
    Code:
    ...
    Dep: libX11-6.2.1_3.  Required: 6.2.1-3.  Installed: 1.1.3,1 (-1)
    Source: packages-6.2-release
    ...
    
    And of course it try to remove "old" packages and install 6.2s.
    Therefore I have plenty of stalled deps every upcp :mad:

    Following ports are affected:
    libX11
    libICE
    libXfont
    makedepend
    imake

    I have switched updates off:
    "Security Package Updates" -> "NEVER UPDATE"
    "FreeBSD Ports Package Updates" -> "DISABLED"

    However it doesn't help, upcp still refresh ports index and check every port for update, moreover looks like it uses its own ports tree instead of local one.
    What is the reason of local ports index refresh then?
     
  2. hicom

    hicom Well-Known Member

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    Delete /var/cpanel/usebsdpkgs file. This way cPanel will retrieve things from the ports. Make sure your ports are up to date manually using cvsup.
     
  3. serg

    serg Member

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    thanks hicom,

    I'll check how it works next manual update.

    I prefer not to do autoupdates cause I feel much better have it under my control ;)
     
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