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[y/N]: n It appears that the order of the REPOS_DIR setting in overrides the priority in this case.

Here's debug output solver: cannot find provide for requirement: lib Open 0 The following 18 package(s) will be affected (of 0 checked): New packages to be INSTALLED: zabbix22-proxy: 2.2.9 [Local] iksemel: 1.4_6 [Free BSD] gnutls: 3.3.15 [Free BSD] trousers-tddl: 0.3.10_7 [Free BSD] p11-kit: 0.23.1 [Free BSD] libtasn1: 4.5_1 [Free BSD] indexinfo: 0.2.3 [Free BSD] ca_root_nss: 3.19.1_1 [Free BSD] libffi: 3.2.1 [Free BSD] nettle: 2.7.1 [Free BSD] gmp: 5.1.3_2 [Free BSD] libidn: 1.29 [Free BSD] gettext-runtime: 0.19.4 [Free BSD] fping: 3.10 [Free BSD] net-snmp: 5.7.3_7 [Free BSD] perl5: 5.20.2_4 [Free BSD] curl: 7.42.1 [Free BSD] unix ODBC: 2.3.2_1 [Free BSD] no concurrent processes found, cleanup the lock The following 26 package(s) will be affected (of 0 checked): New packages to be INSTALLED: zabbix22-proxy: 2.2.9 [Local] libxml2: 2.9.2_2 [Local] iksemel: 1.4_6 [Local] gnutls: 3.3.15 [Local] trousers-tddl: 0.3.10_7 [Local] p11-kit: 0.23.1 [Local] libtasn1: 4.5_1 [Local] indexinfo: 0.2.3 [Local] ca_root_nss: 3.19.1_1 [Local] libffi: 3.2.1 [Local] nettle: 2.7.1 [Local] gmp: 5.1.3_2 [Local] libidn: 1.29 [Local] gettext-runtime: 0.19.4 [Local] openipmi: 2.0.19_4 [Local] popt: 1.16_1 [Local] sudo: 1.8.13 [Local] nmap: 6.47 [Local] pcre: 8.37_1 [Local] libssh2: 1.4.3_5,2 [Local] fping: 3.10 [Local] net-snmp: 5.7.3_7 [Local] perl5: 5.20.2_4 [Local] curl: 7.42.1 [Local] unix ODBC: 2.3.2_1 [Local] sqlite3: 3.8.10.1 [Local] Version : 1.5.3 PKG_DBDIR = "/var/db/pkg"; PKG_CACHEDIR = "/var/cache/pkg"; PORTSDIR = "/usr/ports"; INDEXDIR = ""; INDEXFILE = "INDEX-10"; HANDLE_RC_SCRIPTS = false; DEFAULT_ALWAYS_YES = false; ASSUME_ALWAYS_YES = false; REPOS_DIR [ "/etc/pkg/", "/usr/local/etc/pkg/repos/", ] PLIST_KEYWORDS_DIR = ""; SYSLOG = true; ABI = "Free BSD:10:amd64"; ALTABI = "freebsd:10:x"; DEVELOPER_MODE = false; VULNXML_SITE = " FETCH_RETRY = 3; PKG_PLUGINS_DIR = "/usr/local/lib/pkg/"; PKG_ENABLE_PLUGINS = true; PLUGINS [ ] DEBUG_SCRIPTS = false; PLUGINS_CONF_DIR = "/usr/local/etc/pkg/"; PERMISSIVE = false; REPO_AUTOUPDATE = true; NAMESERVER = ""; EVENT_PIPE = ""; FETCH_TIMEOUT = 30; UNSET_TIMESTAMP = false; SSH_RESTRICT_DIR = ""; PKG_ENV PKG_SSH_ARGS = ""; DEBUG_LEVEL = 0; ALIAS CUDF_SOLVER = ""; SAT_SOLVER = ""; RUN_SCRIPTS = true; CASE_SENSITIVE_MATCH = false; LOCK_WAIT = 1; LOCK_RETRIES = 5; SQLITE_PROFILE = false; WORKERS_COUNT = 0; READ_LOCK = false; PLIST_ACCEPT_DIRECTORIES = false; IP_VERSION = 0; AUTOMERGE = true; VERSION_SOURCE = ""; CONSERVATIVE_UPGRADE = true; PKG_CREATE_VERBOSE = false; Repositories: Free BSD: Local: Updating` Free BSD repository catalogue...

First let’s install pkgng, (should we be calling it simply ‘pkg’?

), it is in the Free BSD ports tree and you can find it under ‘ports-mgmt/pkg‘.

Free BSD’s response has always been, (not actual quote), “We have the ports collection, which is cooler and more flexible than just having some easy to use package manager.

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