[PC-BSD Testing] 9.1-RC3 meta-pkg manager configuration issue
phil at vuchetich.com
Sun Nov 18 21:05:20 PST 2012
update on the pc-metapkgmanager message - using the command line
pc-metapkgmanager gives more useful error messages. It tries to access
various mirrors automatically, which give the similar error message that
the package location does not exist. This now appears to be more likely a
temporary lack of mirrored packages rather than a bug.
On Sun, Nov 18, 2012 at 10:25 PM, Phil Vuchetich <phil at vuchetich.com> wrote:
> I installed a fresh copy of RC3 using the USB LITE file. After a default
> install (which uses , I wanted to add KDE on the system.
> Using the PC-BSD Control panel - > system manager -> system packages (tab)
> --> Desktops -> KDE -> apply.
> It returned the error message that meta-pkg manager returned an error.
> The referenced logfile /tmp/.pc-metapkgmanager.log had the message:
> Pending Meta-Package changes: 15
> ERROR: the pkg location
> /9.1-RC3/amd64/netinstall/metapackages/pcbsd/packages/ does not exist.
> There isn't this named directory on the PC, but it isn't clear how to get
> it configured.
> I am able to connect to the internet and download apps via the AppCafe,
> which is obviously separate, but at least indicates the networking is
> Suggestions on how to locate the metapackages?
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