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Refresh the tips for the new pkg system.

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Approved by:	re (hrs)
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@@ -8,8 +8,8 @@ a root login. You can add a user to the wheel group by editing /etc/group.
By pressing "Scroll Lock" you can use the arrow keys to scroll backward
through the console output. Press "Scroll Lock" again to turn it off.
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-Can't remember if you've installed a certain port or not? Try "pkg_info
--Ix port_name".
+Can't remember if you've installed a certain port or not? Try "pkg info
+-x port_name".
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Ever wonder what those numbers after command names were, as in cat(1)? It's
the section of the manual the man page is in. "man man" will tell you more.
@@ -96,12 +96,6 @@ If you want to play CDs with FreeBSD, a utility for this is already included.
Type 'cdcontrol' then 'help' to learn more. (You may need to set the CDROM
environment variable in order to make cdcontrol want to start.)
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-If you want to quickly check for duplicate package/port installations,
-try the following pkg_info command.
-
- pkg_info | sort | sed -e 's/-[0-9].*$//' | \
- uniq -c | grep -v '^[[:space:]]*1'
-%
If you'd like to keep track of applications in the FreeBSD ports tree, take a
look at FreshPorts;
@@ -356,11 +350,10 @@ adjust, just type 'mixer'.
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You can automatically download and install binary packages by doing
- pkg_add -r <URL>
+ pkg install <package>
-where you replace <URL> with the URL to the package. This will also
-automatically install the packages the package you download is dependent on
-(ie, the packages it needs in order to work.)
+This will also automatically install the packages that are dependencies
+for the package you install (ie, the packages it needs in order to work.)
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You can change the video mode on all consoles by adding something like
the following to /etc/rc.conf:
@@ -448,8 +441,7 @@ You can use /etc/make.conf to control the options used to compile software
on this system. Example entries are in
/usr/share/examples/etc/make.conf.
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-You can use "pkg_info" to see a list of packages you have installed.
- -- Konstantinos Konstantinidis <kkonstan@duth.gr>
+You can use "pkg info" to see a list of packages you have installed.
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You can use the 'fetch' command to retrieve files over ftp or http.

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