[2.2.4-RELEASE][[email protected] Sense.office.ecs]/root: pkg update Updating Free BSD repository catalogue... Free BSD.org/Free BSD:10:i386/latest/meta.txz: No address record repository Free BSD has no meta file, using default settings pkg: The following 2 package(s) will be affected (of 0 checked): New packages to be INSTALLED: nginx: 1.8.0_3,2 pcre: 8.37_4 The process will require 6 Mi B more space. Free BSD.org/Free BSD:10:i386/latest/packagesite.txz: No address record Unable to update repository Free BSD [2.2.4-RELEASE][[email protected] Sense.office.ecs]/root: pkg install nginx Updating Free BSD repository catalogue... To read the manual page for pkg install, for example, run either of these commands: The rest of this section demonstrates common binary package management tasks which can be performed using pkgng. Something went wrong with the trueos-base -major repo. The good news is that this should be the last instance, once you get the new 10.1.1 updater in place, it won't use 'pkg upgrade' anymore and avoid these conflict issues.
23993 packages processed pkg: sqlite error while executing DROP TABLE repo_update; in file pkgdb.c:2262: attempt to write a readonly database ''' Maybe it would be good for the update manager to first check if packages are really available, before it reports that they are. But this type of experience has become unique, and common, with my PC-BSD system.Usage information for pkgng is available in pkg(8) or by running pkg without additional arguments.Each pkgng command argument is documented in a command-specific manual page.Before you transfer newer packages into your local repository, make sure your repository server is running the same or a newer version of the Oracle Solaris 11 OS as the version for which the packages you plan to copy are built.For example, if the server is running Oracle Solaris 11 and you want to update your repository to the Oracle Solaris 11 Update 1 repository, update the server to Oracle Solaris 11 Update 1 before you update your repository.