AW: Help with net configuration

Daryl F wyatt at prairieturtle.ca
Wed Jan 11 23:12:20 UTC 2017


On Wed, 11 Jan 2017, francisco dominguez wrote:

> Not i cant see it, i see only this when run "ports -u enlightenment" :
>
> Updating file list from crux.nu : : ports/crux-3.2/enlightenment
> updating collection enlightenment
> skipping non-regular file "enlightenment"
> Finished succesfully
>
> 2017-01-11 21:38 GMT+01:00 Daryl F <wyatt at prairieturtle.ca>:
>
>> On Wed, 11 Jan 2017, Daryl F wrote:
>>
>> On Wed, 11 Jan 2017, francisco dominguez wrote:
>>>
>>> Its solved with bridge mode in vbox.
>>>>
>>>> But i have problem with ports system, i did add enlightenment port to
>>>> /etc/ports, this:
>>>>
>>>> https://crux.nu/portdb/?a=getup&q=enlightenment
>>>>
>>>> After i type "ports -u" and all ok, but i havent the
>>>> "/usr/ports/enlightenment" why?
>>>>
>>>>
>>> When you ran ports -u did you see it try to update the enlightment files?
>>>
>>> Also you can run ports -u enlightenemnt to only update that one repo.
>>>
>>> Please remember to CC the crux mail list so other can benefit from your
>>> experiences.
>>>
>>> -Daryl
>>>
>>
>> I put
>>
>> # Collection enlightenment, by pitillo at ono dot com
>> # File generated by the CRUX portdb http://crux.nu/portdb/
>>
>> host=crux.nu
>> collection=ports/crux-3.2/enlightenment/
>> destination=/usr/ports/enlightenment
>>
>>
>> in /etc/ports/enlightenment.rsync and ports -u enlightement gave:
>>
>> # ports -u enlightenment
>> Updating file list from crux.nu::ports/crux-3.2/enlightenment/
>> Updating collection enlightenment
>>  Checkout ./
>>  Checkout bullet/
>> [snip]
>>  Checkout terminology/Pkgfile
>> Finished successfully
>> #
>>
>>
>> -Daryl
>>
>

What does this command return?
   ls -F /etc/ports


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