I’m experimenting further with
ports-mgmt/synth. I let
synth create some packages for me and I then removed all installed packages, save the
pkg package manager.
What a surprise I got when attempting to add my own metaport!
root@some-host:/var/synth/live_packages/All # pkg add mymetaport-2018020700.txz Installing mymetaport-2018020700... pkg: Newer FreeBSD version for package mymetaport: - package: 1200056 - running kernel: 1200054 Failed to install the following 1 package(s): mymetaport-2018020700.txz root@some-host:/var/synth/live_packages/All # uname -KU 1200056 1200056
1200054 from? I’m clearly running
1200056 of both kernel and world, and I ran that version when building the packages. pkg is as fresh as it can get,
According to PR 225104, this is the workaround:
root@some-host:/var/synth/live_packages/All # pkg -o OSVERSION=1200056 add mymetaport-2018020700.txz Installing mymetaport-2018020700... [lots of output omitted]
It so happens, to continue using
synthfor upgrading and installing new versions,
/usr/local/etc/pkg.confin your “LiveSystem” needs some surgery. Simply add this line at the top of
/usr/local/etc/pkg.conf. Remember to remove it once this issue is properly resolved.
OSVERSION = 1200056;
synth will also benefit from a
LiveSystem-environment file during its
run-depends phase, and possibly other phases.