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Note: if you're running anything other than Free BSD or Dragon Fly, you will need to do some porting work.The pkg(8) codebase should be reasonably portable onto anything with a c99 compiler, POSIX compliant system and capable of running Gnu autotools.You can grab a development snapshot of pkg from the pkg Git Hub repository To get the latest version of pkg from the Git repo, just clone it: Or you can take an already tagged release of pkg from the above web page as well.Just open your browser and download the release you want.pkg supports a can install a package archive from the local disk, or from a remote FTP/HTTP server.
All supported versions of Free BSD now contain /usr/sbin/pkg a.k.a .
This is a small placeholder that has just the minimum functionality required to install the real pkg(8). pkg(7) will intercept the command, and if you confirm that is your intention, download the pkg(8) tarball, install pkg(8) from it, bootstrap the local package database and then proceed to run the command you originally requested.
More recent versions of pkg(7) understand to install pkg(8) (or force it to be reinstalled) without performing any other actions.
will remove a package, and (depending on the command line arguments) any other packages that depend on what you're trying to delete.
Directory leftovers are automatically removed if they are empty and not in the MTREE.
It abstracts package management details such as registration, remote repositories, package creation, updating, etc.