If you already have TeX Live 2014 installed, e.g.
print/texlive-base conflicts with
print/texlive-texmf and vice versa.
Resolving the conflict and upgrading the affected ports is as follows:
# Configure any new options or any new dependencies: make -C /usr/ports/print/texlive-full config-recursive # Forcefully upgrade print/texlive-infra to print/texlive-tlmgr: portupgrade -fpvo print/texlive-tlmgr print/texlive-infra # Forcefully add the new dependencies: portupgrade -Nfprv `make -C /usr/ports/print/texlive-full missing` # Forcefully upgrade all ports whose name starts with tex- and ja-tex-: portupgrade -fprv tex-\* ja-tex-\* # Forcefully upgrade all ports and their dependencies, beginning with print/texlive-texmf: portupgrade -fprv print/texlive-texmf
If you have
print/ghostscript9 installed with the option
X11 turned off, then
print/ghostscript9 will be registered as
print/ghostscript9-nox11. This will cause ports such as
print/texlive-base to try and install
You must turn on at least the
X11 and the
GS_x11 options, and reinstall print/ghostscript9, e.g.
portupgrade -fprv print/ghostscript9.
Afterwards, if needed, you should attempt to upgrade anything that choked on the presence of
portupgrade -fprv print/texlive-base.
/etc/make.conf has any effect.
For some systems any X11 dependencies are completely unwarranted, so maybe
OPTIONS_UNSET=X11 should have been placed in
/etc/make.conf from early on.