Date: 17-04-05 12:57
> I checked, FreshPorts has a 4.1.11 port.
To be clear: FreshPorts merely tells you what the CVS Repository has. In this regard FreshPorts does not actually *have* anything.
> As I understood, I ran the following command with making
> neccasary changes in cvs-supfile:
> /usr/local/bin/cvsup /usr/share/examples/cvsup/cvs-supfile
That is the wrong file. You want /usr/share/examples/cvsup/ports-supfile
Not cvs-supfile, which updates your system source, not your ports tree.
Do the cvsup again, with the correct supfile.
> But when i type the "distfiles" under
> # cat distinfo
> MD5 (mysql-4.1.5-gamma.tar.gz) =
> SIZE (mysql-4.1.5-gamma.tar.gz) = 19436415
> As you see it still says 4.1.5. Shouldn't it be 4.1.11 ?
Yes, if you cvsup.
> And even if it was 4.1.11, is there a command like "make
> upgrade" to upgrade mysql automatically? I know there is not
> "make upgrade" for mysql41-server, becouse:
> # make upgrade
> make: don't know how to make upgrade. Stop
Try portupgrade after your cvsup has run.