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Usr ports updating

For more information, refer to is a program that runs with increased privileges, a security warning is displayed as it is installed.

This can be useful if something needs to be done manually during a step, or you want to break up an upgrade of a lot of ports into smaller pieces.

The yum command line tool is used to install and update software packages under Cent OS / RHEL / Fedora Linux.

However, I’ve tons of apps installed under Free BSD. Free BSD comes with various tools to to install and update software packages.

During installation, a working subdirectory is created which contains all the temporary files used during compilation.

Removing this directory saves disk space and minimizes the chance of problems later when upgrading to the newer version of the port: Some ports provide build options which can be used to enable or disable application components, provide security options, or allow for other customizations.

Each application subdirectory contains a set of files that tells Free BSD how to compile and install that program, called a or other files to handle special situations.

For more details on these files, and on ports in general, refer to the Free BSD Porter's Handbook.

The port does not include the actual source code, also known as a Before compiling any port, be sure to update the Ports Collection as described in the previous section.