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Additional pkgng configuration options are described in pkg.conf(5).
Usage information for pkgng is available in pkg(8) or by running pkg without additional arguments.
Removing Stale Packages By default, pkgng stores binary packages in a cache directory defined by PKG_CACHEDIR in pkg.conf(5).
Information about the packages installed on a system can be viewed by running pkg info which, when run without any switches, will list the package version for either all installed packages or the specified package. For example: The following packages will be deleted: curl-7.31.0_1 The deletion will free 3 MB Proceed with deleting packages [y/N]: y [1/1] Deleting curl-7.31.0_1... Upgrading Installed Packages Packages that are outdated can be found with pkg version.
For example, to see which version of pkgng is installed, run: Updating repository catalogue /usr/local/tmp/All/curl-7.31.0_1100% of 1181 k B 1380 k Bps 00m01s /usr/local/tmp/All/ca_root_nss-3.15.1_1100% of 288 k B 1700 k Bps 00m00s Updating repository catalogue The following 2 packages will be installed: The installation will require 3 MB more space 0 B to be downloaded Proceed with installing packages [y/N]: y Checking integrity... If a local ports tree does not exist, pkg-version(8) will use the remote repository catalogue.
X require this line in /etc/make.conf: The pkgng package management system uses a package repository for most operations.
The default package repository location is defined in /usr/local/etc/or by the PACKAGESITE environment variable, which overrides the configuration file.