Updating ports

The following example shows how to use the cvs utility to update the Open BSD 3.9 ports collection: The CVSROOT variable contains the server to connect to, the "-r" option is used to specify the Open BSD tag (each Open BSD version has a tag, and the example above contains the tag for the 3.9 release), the "-P" option causes cvs to prune empty directories, and the "ports" option indicates which repository to checkout.This command will update the software in /usr/ports if new versions are available, and create the /usr/ports hierarchy if it doesn't exist.

Since the ports are frequently updated to address security and reliability issues, you will need to periodically refresh the ports to ensure that your ports contains the latest stable set of software.I've scanned the forums to see if anyone else has run into this... Saw feld has pushed a new version to ports, and I went to and they're reporting 0.9.8.18.290..that's the case, what am I doing wrong? Please disable "Verbose" logging When logs (server or client app) are requested for an investigation, please do NOT turn on "verbose" logging unless it is explicitly requested.Verbose logging makes things much more difficult in the majority of cases.The form factor affects where individual components go and the shape of the computer's case.There are several specific form factors that most PC motherboards use so that they can all fit in standard cases.